FDL Drug Endangered Children Program Introduced
Officials will host a press conference this afternoon at the Fond du Lac Police Department to announce the creation of a Drug Endangered Children (DEC) program. The primary goal of the program is to minimize the re-victimization of drug-exposed children and to improve their health and safety by providing treatment and appropriates services to the family. The program will also develop a multi-disciplinary team. The Drug Endangered Children program is a collaborative effort of the Fond du Lac Police Department, Fond du Lac County Department of Social Services, District Attorney’s Office, Fond du Lac School District, Probation and Parole, and County Public Health Department. The program was recognized at the State DEC Conference in Eau Claire at the end of the last month as the newest member of the DEC organization. Recently the Fond de Vettes Club donated $500 toward the purchase of investigate and evidentiary gathering equipment for the newly created DEC program. For more information click here.
Pictured L-R : Tim Krawczyk (Vette’s Club), Chief Bill Lamb, Kevin Schneider (Vette’s Club) and Lt. Andy Gill