KSP rolls out mobile substance abuse education exhibit


The Kentucky State Police (KSP) has introduced a new mobile substance abuse education exhibit designed to help inform the public about the effects of substance abuse that is available for use by schools and other organizations.

The 30-foot trailer features 14 flat screen monitors and one touch-screen monitor that present video messages about meth, heroin, marijuana, alcohol and tobacco. The videos include actual meth users who tell their stories illustrated by before-and-after images that show the visual progression of their drug abuse.

The exhibit also makes use of two showcase displays to highlight examples of a variety of drug paraphernalia and meth-related items.

To schedule the exhibit, call the public affairs officer at your nearest KSP post or call the KSP public affairs branch at (502) 782-1780.