If you are interested in starting the O.K. Program in your city, here’s what you need to do.
Since the O.K. Program is a partnership between police agencies, schools and communities, you will need to contact your local police chief, the mayor of your city, the principals of the high school and middle school where you would like to implement the program and some key leaders from the local African American community.
Invite each of them to visit our website to learn more about the program. Next, you need to contact us at the National Headquarter at Arkansas Baptist College in Little Rock, Arkansas to coordinate a time that a National O.K. Program representative can come to your city to meet with your local government officials, the school officials and leaders from the African American community.
This meeting will be a two hour presentation on the O.K. Program and will explain how this collaborative partnership between the police, school and community works. It will also explain the role of the National O.K. Program in helping to make sure that your O.K. Program is successful.
Again, contact us at our National Headquarters at 501-244-4972.
I look forward to working with you and thanks for your interest in the O.K. Program.