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Residents Against Drugs (RAD)

RAD is a program that assigns a Bowling Green Police officer to the Housing Authority of Bowling Green’s properties. These properties include the Summittview, Angora Court, Phenix Place and Bryant Way apartment complexes. 

The RAD officer also serves as the department’s liaison officer to the Parker Bennet Curry Elementary school. This liaison program provides students a positive interaction with the Police. In addition, the RAD officer attends monthly meetings the Northern Heights Neighborhood Association. The RAD officer is Police Officer Jan Tuttle. He can be reached at 393-BGPD (2473).

Residents Against Drugs - 2019

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