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Drama will be used to highlight teen issues at a forum being held by Durham Regional Police in Clarington on Monday, February 27th.

The Durham Regional Police and the Parent Police Coalition in Clarington are welcoming REAL, Regional Education Alliance and live theatre to their upcoming meeting on February 27, 2012 at Bowmanville High School. REAL is a police and student-led group that specializes in drama based on current teen issues. At this event, REAL will perform the drama “Twisted”.

Twisted, is a drama written and produced locally by James Henwood from Courtice Secondary School which focuses on bullying and family based issues from the youth perspective. Teens and adults will benefit from the insights and the thought-provoking nature of this production. 

At the conclusion of the drama presentation, Natalie Armorer from the Boys and Girls Club of Durham will moderate a discussion with the audience on the issues that were raised in the drama and the relativity to Clarington. In addition to the drama presentation by REAL, Natalie will deliver a presentation on bullying issues relating to youth today. The presentation is intended for parents, adults and youth in the community who want to make a difference.

The Parent - Police Coalition Team Meeting will take place Monday February 27th, 2012  between 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Bowmanville High School, 49 Liberty Street N, Bowmanville

Refreshments will be provided by Bowmanville High School.

For further information or inquiries please contact Constable David Swaine of East Division at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 1-888-579-1520 ext. 1635


Last Updated ( Monday, 20 February 2012 14:44 )