SAFE Teens

Come for pizza and learn about important issues in the Sandpoint community. Teens who bring a friend will also get a gift certificate!

This event is to empower teens to have a current and accurate understanding of illicit fentanyl in our community, break the stigma that surrounds fentanyl and the associated overdoses, and direct teens to available resources for those struggling with abuse.

This informative presentation is from the S.A.F.E. program and Idaho State Trooper, Dale Turnbull. Teens and their parents are encouraged to attend.

About the Presenters:

Trooper Turnbull has extensive experience in law enforcement, serving with the Idaho State Police and Marion County Florida Sheriff’s Office. As the Bonner County Resident Trooper, he is involved in DUI task forces and focuses on citizen education in North Idaho. Turnbull has received training in various areas including impaired driving enforcement, field sobriety testing, crash investigation, drug recognition, and sales techniques.

S.A.F.E. (Spokane Alliance for Fentanyl Education) is a collaboration of the DEA’s Operation Engage and the Rayce Rudeen Foundation to build an alliance of Spokane-area community leaders. Together, we will increase awareness of the fentanyl crisis and introduce a strategic and innovative program designed for the Spokane community.

The event is finished.



Apr 18 2024


3:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Sandpoint Library
1407 Cedar St. Sandpoint, Idaho


Teen Coordinator
208-263-6930 ext 1258
[email protected]
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