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Seneca deputy graduates from D.A.R.E program

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office recently celebrated Deputy Grace Lipker’s graduation from the D.A.R.E. Instructor Training program. After completing an intensive 80-hour course in Montour Falls Deputy Lipker is set to start teaching D.A.R.E. classes to students in the Romulus Central School District, where she serves as a School Resource Officer.

Sheriff Thompson expressed pride in continuing the office’s legacy of participating in the D.A.R.E. program, highlighting the importance of fostering positive relationships between deputies and young students. The program’s focus on empowering students to make healthy and safe choices is aimed at steering them away from drugs and crime.

The D.A.R.E. program’s evolution to emphasize decision-making and life skills reflects the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office’s commitment to contributing to the well-being and future success of the community’s youth.