High in Plain Sight


​High in Plain Sight-

Workshop on Current Alcohol, Drug and Concealment Trends and Identifiers

Instructor: Officer Jermaine Galloway, AKA Tall Cop

brought to you by:

Wednesday March 2, 2022, from 5:45-7:15 p.m.

Dinner for all and childcare included at no cost

(Childcare is limited to 30 spots- you must reserve your space by contacting or 541-889-9167 ext 2251)


Thursday March 3, 2022, from 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Lunch and snacks included

both days at Clarion Inn Sawtooth/Wilderness room

1249 Tapadera Ave, Ontario, OR 97914

Attendance is limited to 220 people – Pre-Registration is REQUIRED!

To register for 5:45 pm March 2nd, click here:

To register for all day March 3rd, click here:

questions??? contact Malheur County Prevention at or 541-889-9167 ext 2251

Wednesday evening will be tailored to parents and Thursday all day for professionals who work with youth; however, anyone is invited to attend either or both days.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Law Enforcement, First Responders /EMS, EMT, Parole & Probation, Government Officials, Educators & Administrators Treatment Providers, Counselors, Parents, Concerned Citizens

Everyone living or working in Malheur County and surrounding areas is invited to attend this FREE workshop.


Officer Galloway provides up-to-date information on drug culture and emerging trends in substance abuse. He has trained over 650,000 people worldwide and conducted over 8,400 community scans.


Even if you have seen him speak before you will hear new information.



Drug Trends Overview

Underage Alcohol Use

Over the Counter Drugs

Drug Paraphernalia & Clothing

Synthetic Drugs

Marijuana : Concentrates & Dabbing, Legalization, Edibles & ‘Vapes’

…and so much MORE

“Tall Cop Says Stop”

Officer Galloway was awarded the 2010 National Mickey Sadoff Award by MADD for Efforts in Underage Drinking Prevention In 2009, he received the Law Enforcement Officer of the Year by OJJDP

WEBSITE: www.tallcopsays

Attendance is limited to 220

people – Pre Registration is REQUIRED!

Questions? Contact: Malheur County Prevention


541-889-9167 ext. 2251

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