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  • October is National Bullying Prevention Month

    Jennifer Fuller GPD Prevention Specialist, For The Courier|Oct 18, 2017

    We all know a bully. In Montana, 1 in every 4 students is bullied on school property each year. In Glasgow, that number jumps to 1 in every 2.5 students (2015 YRBS Survey Data). According to the CDC, in 2015 15.5 percent of all US students were electronically bullied (cyberbullied). In Montana, that number increased to 18.5 percent. When Glasgow High School was reviewed, that number climbed to 29.11 percent. Whether in person or electronically, our Glasgow youth are bullied at a rate that is consistently at least 1.5 times the Montana average... Full story

  • Back–to–School Commute Awareness

    Jennifer Fuller GPD, For the Courier|Sep 6, 2017

    And then school was back in session. While we’re all still glowing with that summer tan, it is hard to get back into the swing of school schedules and school traffic, pedestrian and otherwise. Your Glasgow Police Department would like to remind you that these early fall mornings see a large number of young, often inexperienced travelers on our residential streets. Whether kindergarteners, trudging under the weight of a new backpack, running haphazardly into intersections, or packs of older kids, they present a precious hazard. Please keep y... Full story

  • Social Host Awareness

    Jennifer Fuller GPD, For the Courier|Aug 23, 2017

    Did you know that in the state of Montana, parents are allowed to provide alcohol in “non-intoxicating quantities” to their children? Did you know that it is illegal for Montana parents to provide enough alcohol to intoxicate their children? Did you know that it is illegal for adults in Montana to provide any alcohol to minors that are not their own children or legal responsibility? While the city of Glasgow does not maintain a specific local ordinance referring to social hosting or host liability, our residents are governed by the same cri... Full story

  • GPD Offers Treats Coupons for Safe Driving

    Jennifer Fuller GPD, For the Courier|Jul 5, 2017

    The Glasgow Police Department has partnered with McDonald’s, Flips and Dairy Queen of Glasgow, to make coupons for free ice cream cones available for officers to reward kids they notice making good decisions. Earlier this spring, Lieutenant Trint Gamas approached the department about an incentive program for kids found to be safely and appropriately seated in car seats. The idea was further developed to reward youth in our community that were making safe choices wherever officers encountered them. Whether this is being properly seated in a c... Full story

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