Parents are invited Monday, May 14, to spend an evening with law enforcement learning about school safety, drugs, and electronics. The Front Line Blue Line — Parents and Police Working Together, is presented by the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, Communities That Care, and Park City School District.
“The threats and dangers in our society are constant and rapidly evolving,” said Lt. Justin Hemingway, patrol division commander for the Summit County Sheriff’s Office. “Your school district and law enforcement are united in keeping children safe and protecting the sanctity of the family and the home. This is one of the most important events you can attend all year.”
The event begins at 6 p.m. at Ecker Hill Middle School. Sheriff Justin Martinez will address school safety, Lt. Greg Winterton will talk to parents about drugs and harmful substances, and Sgt. Ronald Bridge will talk about electronics and the Internet.
Following the speakers, community resource booths will be available to parents, including the Sheriff’s Office, Summit County’s Health Department and Mental Wellness Alliance, Valley Behavioral Health, CONNECT Summit County, Children’s Justice Center, and Park City School District.
Free childcare will be available for children ages 4-11, and PCSD students will receive an incentive if their parents or guardians attend.