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18th Annual Power of Prevention Conference

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18th Annual Power of Prevention Conference

PLEASE NOTE THE DATES FOR THE CONFERENCE HAVE CHANGED TO MARCH 3-7, 2015 Download event details in 3 concise documents.: Save the Date(Front) Save the Date (Back) Conference Poster Tuesday - Law Enforcement & Crime Prevention Training: Keynote Speaker Randy Watt Wednesday - Bullying & School Violence: Keynote Speaker Lt. Col. Dave Grossman Thursday - Marijuana and [...]

Utah DARE Training August 4-15 2014

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2014 Champions for Children Golf Tournament July 14

WHERE YOUR MONEY GOES Utah Council for Crime Prevention (UCCP) Utah’s Champions for Children UCCP’s mission is “To create and implement positive, prevention strategies designed to reduce crime, violence, substance abuse and related problems in Utah communities.” UCCP accomplishes this through: MOBILIZATION, EDUCATION, ADVOCACY AND TRAINING of all ages and through coordination with neighborhoods, schools, employers, community groups and law [...]

Celebrating 25 Years of D.A.R.E. in Utah

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2013 marks the 25th year of Utah Council for Crime Prevention implementing the D.A.R.E. program in Utah. Since the D.A.R.E. program was started in Utah, it has affected over 2,250,000 Utahans. What is D.A.R.E.? Facing unparalleled drug abuse among our youth in the 1970’s and early 1980’s, visionary Los Angeles Police Chief Daryl Gates and the [...]

UCCP Supports the Utah Association of School Resource Officers for 19 Years

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UCCP Supports the Utah Association of School Resource Officers for 19 Years

UCCP Supports Officer Friendly for 36 Years

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UCCP Supports Officer Friendly for 36 Years

Our Utah Students 2013-14

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Number of students that have gone through our programs in 2013-14: Officer Friendly: 3,000 D.A.R.E.: 55,000 High School SRO: 150,000 TOTAL: 208,000