Woodbridge Police Department Presents:
“Don’t Be a Statistic: Teen Drunk Driving Awareness Program”
Interactive Program Targets Real-Life Dangers & Consequences
of Drunk & Distracted Driving
WHAT: The Woodbridge Police Department (WPD) will host “Don’t Be a Statistic” – a drunk-driving awareness program geared toward high school students at Woodbridge, John F. Kennedy Memorial and Colonia High Schools. With the coming prom season and graduation events just around the corner, the WPD has taken the offensive and is presenting hard-hitting and “to-the-point” information to educate high school Senior’s about the dangers and consequences of drinking and driving.
“Don’t Be a Statistic” features drama students from each high school playing out scenes from a drunk driving auto accident using actual cars demolished in drunk driving accidents, WPD vehicles, FAS, Fire and OEM ambulances and first response vehicles. “Don’t Be a Statistic” illustrates the potential consequences brought about by driving while intoxicated and distracted driving as part of the outreach to encourage young people to make positive decisions at their prom and thereafter.
WHO: Patrolman Joseph Angelo
Woodbridge Township Police Department
Woodbridge High School
Fri., June 2, 2017 – 10:45 A.M.
Front of School at Main Entrance
John F. Kennedy Memorial High School
Wed., June 7, 2017 - 8:15 A.M.
JFK football field
Colonia High School
Fri., June 9, 2017 - 10:45 A.M.
Rear of school building