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DUI Don't Drive That Way - 30 seconds
Enjoy the music. Consider the message. Written, produced, directed, shot and edited by Justin Freeman Singer/Songwriter Will Johnson Keyboard Player Tom Bargelski Drummer John Nyman Recorded at Surreal Studios, Kurt Riemann Downtown Anchorage location provided by Art Simonian Bar scene actors Todd Glidewell Elizabeth Babylon Adam Holzer Bar location provided by Eagle River Elks Lodge No. 2682, Ken Dunlap Piano provided by the Brother Francis Shelter/Catholic Social Services, Mary Beth Bragiel
Can't Arrest Our Way Out June 2018
When it comes to the opioid drug epidemic, we can’t arrest our way out of this. We need to prevent it. To keep loved ones safe, you can dispose of excess medications. You can find medication disposal system bags at state public health centers and Alaska State and Wildlife Trooper posts. Stop the flow. Save a life.
K9 Drug PSA June 2017
Alaskans are struggling with addiction. Heroin, meth and even prescription painkillers are smuggled in, killing lives and destroying communities. We must stop the epidemic. State Troopers and their K9s work hard--every day--to protect our loved ones and build a safer Alaska. Our K9s uncover drugs carried through transportation hubs. If you bring drugs into Alaska, you will be found. You’ve been warned.
Battle with the Blue 2017
In 2016, at an annual Masquerade Charity Ball in Anchorage, the Alaska State Troopers partnered with 907 Paintball to help raise money to benefit Standing Together Against Rape (STAR). Two “Battle with the Blue” packages were provided as live auction items for the event. Each auction package included arena and equipment rental for the successful bidders and five of their friends to go head to head in a paintball battle with six volunteer Alaska State Troopers. We would like to thank 907 Paintball owner Todd Glidewell, who provided the equipment and the facility for the event, which was held this summer, July 2017.
CIOT Grateful Kaylee Miltersen May 2014
My name is Kaylee. I had just started wearing my seat belt again after a week of stubbornly not wearing it. I didn't know there was ice on the road I lost control tapped the brakes no studs not in 4wd swerved over-corrected Then I was sliding down the hill sideways. The truck hit the edge of the road here and rolled over onto its top and hit this tree. I was hanging upside down by my seat belt. My name is Kaylee and I'm grateful.
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