UmattR - RADD Public Service Announcement

December 9, 2014


“You Matter”


Each year San Juan Safe Communities Initiative selects 12 high school seniors from San Juan County to represent the UmattR Program.  The UmattR Teens speak to elementary aged children about making healthy decisions and being involved in their community while they (UmattR) follow their own commitment to be drug and alcohol free.


Garrett Tucker, Ana Balintona, Sara Engert, Danielle Nguyen, Sydney Schumacher, Lydia Byrom and Jessica Burnham urge people to participate in RADD – Report Aggressive & Drunk Drivers by calling 9-1-1.



RADD is a partnership between the Farmington Police Department and San Juan Safe Communities Initiative.



Important Links:                                  



2015 UmattR Team


Farmington Police Department


FPD Blog



By: Greg Allen

Executive Director

San Juan Safe Communities Initiative


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