The success of G.R.E.A.T. largely depends on the commitment of the local school/school
district and local law enforcement working together to combat the gang problem through
prevention. It is important that this commitment be formally established in writing.
The G.R.E.A.T. Program is a school-based curriculum developed by a multidisciplinary
team of law enforcement personnel, educators, child psychologists, and university
researchers. The success of G.R.E.A.T. depends largely on the commitment of the local
school/school district/after-school program and the local law enforcement agency,
who work together to combat gang problems through prevention training. The signing
of this agreement establishes the mutual commitment between the school or after-school
program and law enforcement agency personnel to provide our children with the knowledge,
attitude, and skills necessary to resist the pressures of gangs and their influence.
The Law Enforcement and Educational Agency Agreement form must be completed with signatures from each participating
agency and renewed and submitted to the G.R.E.A.T. National Program Office annually.
THIS AGREEMENT IS VALID ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE OF THE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY SIGNATURE.
Click here to obtain copy of agreement.