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R.A.P. Session 2013. To educate parents on trends and issues with our teens in Clover and Lake Wylie. Deputy Wayne Richardson. Employed with the York County Sheriffs Office assigned to Oakridge Middle School as the School Resource Officer 20 years of experience in Law Enforcement

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R a p session 2013

R.A.P. Session 2013

To educate parents on trends and issues with our teens in Clover and Lake Wylie


Deputy wayne richardson

Deputy Wayne Richardson

  • Employed with the York County Sheriffs Office assigned to Oakridge Middle School as the School Resource Officer

  • 20 years of experience in Law Enforcement

  • Street Patrol, Traffic Enforcement, Mtn. Bike Patrol, Narcotic Officer, Boat Patrol and SWAT

  • Coach High School Football at Nation Ford High School in ( FM ), Assistant Wrestling Coach here at OMS and Throwers Coach for our Track Team at OMS.


Social media and its connection to fights bullying drugs and parties

Social Media and its connection to fights, bullying , drugs, and parties

  • Awareness of what is going on with your children (feel free to invade their social sites, phones or email)

  • Results of Social Media at school-fights,(Like wild dogs gathering to watch, needless involvement), attacking the young females reputation, carving them like a Christmas ham, “destroying a little at a time”,(LEADING HER TO SELF DESTRUCTION)

  • Unlawful communication(threats or over all slander)

  • Predators surf the social media- In 18 mins. a professional can locate anyone , ex… name, D.O.B, sex, height, weight, school, activities, home address, phone #, and schedule.


Drug issues psa video

Drug Issues(PSA video)

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhZotbE8uZc

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cb93IPJB8yw

  • Prescription drug problems-It’s a simple fix for your home, “Lock Up The Meds”

  • Its not so simple on the street level with prescription drugs.

  • Lets win the battle against script drugs!!!, here is the team & plan.

  • Team-( parents, educators, law enforcement)

  • Plan- ( Educate ourselves and team members being vigilant against the problem )


Three groups of prescription drugs

Three groups of prescription drugs

  • Pain

  • Depressants

  • Stimulants


Common pain pills

Common Pain Pills

  • Hydrocodone

  • Percocet

  • Oxycontin

  • Vicodin

  • Methadone

  • Dilaudid

  • Demeral

  • Lortab


Depressants

Depressants

  • Xanax

  • Valium

  • Ambien (sleep aids)

  • Sonata

  • Klonopin

  • Nembutal


Stimulants

Stimulants

  • Ritalin

  • Adderall

  • Concerta

  • Dexadrine


Street names you may hear

Street Names You may hear

  • Barbs

  • Red Birds

  • Tooies

  • Yellow Jackets

  • Stix

  • Footballs

  • Bars

  • Hillbilly Heroin


More street names

More Street Names

  • OC’s

  • Happy Pills

  • Blues

  • Purple Drink

  • Syrup

  • Percs

  • Vikes

  • Many more…..


Most abused drugs

Most Abused Drugs

  • Alcohol- Mom and Dad don’t mark the liquor bottle in the cabinet or monitor seldom used bottle beverages (If not a favorite choice) the beverage is probably unnoticed if used. Kids will refill with water

  • Marijuana- Fairly easy street drug to obtain, THC levels is a an average of 40 % today, verse 12-20% 20 years ago, and can be laced. (Personal story, I encountered the worst, a Female w/ 5.0 GPA and College Bound, Until)

  • Mom and Dad always supply the money for their children…

  • Questions should why do you need money? Ask the (who,what,when,where) require proof.


Signs of being high

Signs Of Being High

  • Alcohol - Strong odor on clothes, red glazed eyes, slurred speech

  • Marijuana- Altered perception, red eyes, dry mouth, reduced concentration and coordination, eye lids ( explain color inside & tremors )

  • Pain Pills- Euphoria, drowsiness, respiratory depression, nausea, constricted pupils


Additional drug signs

Additional Drug Signs

  • Depressants- depressed breathing and heart beat, drowsiness, heavy sleeping, uncoordinated movements, body becomes rigid when mixed with alcohol or possible overdose.

  • Stimulants- Alertness, talkative, increased blood pressure, loss of appetite (weight loss) irritability, (unusual) hyperactivity


Negative effects of recreation drugs according to medical doctors

Negative effects of recreation drugs according to Medical Doctors

  • The brain develops until the early 20’s

  • Causes short term memory loss

  • The body develops a need for a higher quantity of substance to get high (addiction)

  • If a drug is needed to assist a patient it can’t be prescribed

  • Affects the lungs, slows the heart rate, loss of consciousness, overdose and “DIE”


Gang information

Gang Information

  • Definition of Gang- A group of people who associate together or act as an organized body.

  • You have Good and Bad groups

  • Organized Sports

  • Co-workers of the office

  • Little Rascals( come on Gang)

  • Extremist

  • Activist

  • Criminal


Local criminal gangs

Local Criminal Gangs

  • Clover Saints (Always carry a Boot Knife)

  • Folk Nation

  • Latin Kings

  • MS13

  • Biker Gangs-Hells Angels, Outlaws

  • Neighborhood Gangs (could be any name)


Changes and effects of your child involved in gang life

Changes and Effects of Your Child Involved in Gang life

  • Stealing (from mostly family and friends), Drug use, detachment from family

  • Getting in- (prospect) beat in 2-3 minutes, criminal activity, demoralizing one self (sexed in), taking the oath to die for one another.

  • Getting Out- Beat out, or more often removal of protection from your gang, turning their back on you with no protection and sending information to other gangs that you’re the rat. They send their dogs on you. It can endanger your entire family and ultimately cost you your life.


Sum it up

SUM it UP!!!!

  • COMMUNICATE WITH YOUR CHILDREN!!!

  • TALK WITH YOUR CHILDREN!!!

  • BE APPROACHABLE!!!

  • HAVE A PLAN!!! Not if but when mistakes happen.

  • If they make a mistake handle it with care and be vigilant.

  • Have code words and allow it to be used ( I have a stomach ache) if they are in a bad situation. Go and pick them up.

  • Explain to your children, “I would rather come get you, no matter what age you become than identify you in a morgue!” If you become impaired of any substance, CALL ME.

  • Talk about it the next day. Good judgment was used don’t discourage it by breaking the rules set in the agreement. Unless they want to talk leave it alone until the next day….

  • When you talk to them the next day, express long term effects of their actions.


For help if you suspect use

For help if you suspect Use???

  • Pharmacies have test kits $20-$90.00

  • Urgent cares will test

  • Your local Physician/Doctor

  • Keystone, (803) 324-1800 , located @ 199 S.Herlong, Rock Hill SC 29730. Keystone does file insurance. Prices for a visit with a counselor $200.00, web site is www.keystoneyork.org

  • Great website on how to talk with your children www.timetotalk.org


Operation medicine drop

Operation Medicine Drop

  • When March-16,2013

  • Times- 9am-2pm

  • Locations- Rock Hill Super Bi-Lo: 2186 Cherry Rd Fort Mill Bi-Lo: 1329 West Hwy 160 York Bi-Lo: 717 East Liberty St Lake Wylie Bi-Lo: 158 Highway 274 Clover Piggly Wiggly: 136 South Main St

  • Remove unwanted, expired, or unused medicine from your home to be disposed of properly keeping our children and environment safe


Thank you for attending

Thank You for Attending!!!

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