D.A.R.E. - Drug Abuse Resistance Education

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The Clinton County Sheriff's Office participates in the D.A.R.E. program to educate students attending kindergarten through 12th grade in county school districts about the dangers of illegal drug use and addiction. The program includes classes which Deputies conduct and concludes with a graduation ceremony.

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County students can also participate in the D.A.R.E. essay contest. The grand prize recipient being awarded the honor of "Sheriff for a Day." Junior Deputy Mckee from the Arthur P. Momot Elementary School was the 2017 recipient of the Clinton County Sheriff For A Day contest. Congratulations Junior Deputy Mckee! Deputy Mckee first investigated a motor vehicle accident where she had to make some big decisions. She then received a behind the scenes tour of Plattsburgh International Airport. Deputy Mckee then assisted the Marine Patrol with a kayaker in distress in the Point Au Roche area . It was certainly a busy day but before her end of tour, Deputy Mckee assisted Lt. Leon with locating a lost person with our new Project Lifesaver technology. Great job, Deputy Mckee!  The slideshow below features some of Deputy Mckee's duties for the day.