Law Enforcement rolls out Anonymous Texting Program to Combat Illegal Drug Use

In an effort to involve citizens in the fight against drugs, Attorney General Marty Jackley, Sanford Health, South Dakota Sheriff’s Association, South Dakota Police Chiefs’ Association and the South Dakota Department of Public Safety have rolled out a new program called Project Stand Up- a statewide anonymous texting program that allows citizens to standup to drug crimes in their communities.

In a press release issued by Attorney General Jackley earlier this summer he said,

“As our nation faces a growing drug epidemic, it is important that South Dakotans use innovation and technology to better protect our communities. Anonymous texting allows citizens to be proactive and take part in keeping their communities safe.

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