Bath Police Teach Parents About Kids' Risky Business
"Hidden in Plain Sight," presented by Bath and Copley police, will recreate a teen's bedroom to help parents identify illegal drug use, sexual activity and detrimental disorders.
Ever wonder if your teen is involving him or herself in the kind of behavior that could derail their development or even land them in jail?
Sometimes, the warning signs of underage sex or drug use are in open view, yet they go overlooked by unsuspecting parents.
The Bath and Copley police aim to change that with "Hidden in Plain Sight," an exhibit that recreates a teen's bedroom to help parents identify illegal drug use, sexual activity and certain disorders, like anorexia.
According to the flier posted to the Bath Police Department Facebook page, parents will be "enlightened, educated and astonished" at what they see.
The exhibit will be presented March 14 at 7 p.m. in the Copley High School auditorium, located at 3807 Ridgewood Rd.
The event is free and open to adults; however, kids will not be allowed to attend.
For more information, contact Duane Scott at 330-666-4218 at the Copley Police Department or Marcia Mason at email@example.com.