P.A.C.T. was formed as a way for the Police Department to share our personal experiences and professional experties with local youth. The misconception is that this program is for wayward or troubled youth. The truth of the matter is that all are welcome to participate in our get-togethers, which take place every other Tuesday of the month from 5:00pm to 7:00pm. These are not just we talk and you listen meetings. We invite special guests to come in to speak; take field trips to local venues; have movie nights; pizza nights and just a bunch of good ole fashioned fun.
If you are a Bedford Heights student between the ages of 12 and 19 and are attending classes in the Bedford City School District, we would love for your to stop by one of our meetings at least once, and then judge for yourself if you think that this is something you would like to be a part of. Our guest speakers engage the group in open discussions about various topics that effect today's youth including, but not limited to: education, career choices, future planning, drugs, sex, choices and consequences, laws pertaining to them, friend selection, peer pressure, bullying, respect for self and others, healthy life choices and so much more.
Why do we care you might ask? Because we are parents of teenagers and young adults too, not to mention that fact that we've been there done that and understand the ups and downs of teenaged life in America. We want to bridge the gap between your home-life, school-life and the real world.
Parents are welcome to sit in.
For more information pleace contact Detective Payne at 440-786-3266
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