Video: Red Ribbon Patch Program

Last Updated: Wednesday, September 20, 2017

 

Red Ribbon Patch Program Video

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The DEA Red Ribbon Patch Program is designed to provide Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts the ability to earn a patch from the Drug Enforcement Administration by performing anti-drug activities in celebration of Red Ribbon Week, which is October 23-31.

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This initiative seeks to empower young people to create, embrace, and strengthen their drug free beliefs.

[Text appears on the screen:  How do you earn the DEA Red Ribbon Patch?  Image of Red Ribbon Patch Program logo.]

How do you earn the DEA Red Ribbon Patch?

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Each Scouting unit or troop must coordinate a Red Ribbon Week activity in the community or school.

Each Scout must attend a drug prevention education session

Each Scout must take the DEA Drug Free Pledge.

[Text appears on the screen:  The Leader must submit the activity report by the due date.  Images of Boy Scouts.]

After completing the program requirements the Scout leader must submit the activity report by the specified due date.

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Find more information about the Red Ribbon Patch Program.

 

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