Community Services Blog

October 3, 2014 
Deputy Woodroof Discusses 3G's: Guide, Guard and Govern with Mari Frank

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Recently Mari Frank with KUCI interviewed Deputy Michael Woodroof about the upcoming 3G's: Guide, Guard and Govern presentations occurring throughout the County beginning October 6th. The goal of the presentation is to provide parents with the tips and tools they need to communicate with their children, specifically about prescription drug abuse.

Deputy Woodroof, who has been with the Department for 11 years, is a School Resource Officer (SRO) in the city of Dana Point with his primary duty at Dana Hills High School.

April 3, 2014 
Telemundo-52 Discusses Emerging Drug Trends with OCSD

Deputy Carlos Sanchez, a School Resource Officer in San Juan Capistrano, talks to Martin Plascencia about emerging drug trends among teens in south Orange County.

March 27, 2014 
Emerging Drug Trends Seminar for Orange County School Officials

Earlier this month, Sheriff Sandra Hutchens and County Superintendent Dr. Al Mijares, hosted an informative emerging drug trends seminar for Orange County school officials and administrators. Speakers included Superior Court Judge John Adams, Dr. Mike Ritter with Mission Hospital, OCSD Deputy M. Woodroof, Stacy Deeble-Reynolds with OC Dept of Ed, and Dr. Helene Calvet with OC Health Care Agency.

March 23, 2014 
Teen Drug Trends: A Course for Parents

OCSD Deputy Brian Gunsolley, School Resource Officer for Laguna Hills High School, will be offering parents a free two-hour presentation on Teen Drug Trends on Wed, 3/26. RSVP today at

March 6, 2014 
Electronic Cigarettes: The New “E-diction” Presentations in Orange County

News ImageThe Orange County Sheriff’s Department in partnership with the Orange County Health Care Agency and the Orange County Department of Education are hosting a series of free, public presentations on electronic cigarettes and their use by students in local schools. Topics will include the various types of e-cigarettes and vapor pens; how they work; their prevalence in schools; health concerns; and prevention tips. Presentations are intended for adults only.

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