Brian Dahl is Moorhead’s longest tenured officer assigned to the Patrol Division with 23 years of service. Brian currently is assigned as the School Resource Officer in the Moorhead High School, and has always remained highly active with youth programs positively representing himself and the Moorhead Police Department. In 1999 Brian became a Youth Intervention Officer that later transformed into a School Resource Officer as we know it today. Most recently he additionally is appreciated for all the help and guidance that he has been providing to the two newest members of our School Resource team. Here are some of the activities that Brian has been involved in over the many years. • Coordinated the Summer Youth Program for two hundred 8-12 year olds. • Presented at countless Drivers Ed classes for students and parents and teaches “Point of Impact” that focuses on new driver’s safety/education/parent responsibilities. • Taught DARE to hundreds of students in Moorhead schools • Teaches safety lessons and educational classes to students K-4 grades • Served on the Youth Intervention Programs Association board for many years advocating for youth programs. • Active with traffic enforcement programs targeting increasing public safety for all drivers. • Provided mentoring and educational components to high school age students • Organized several community/business outreach events for the Prescription Drug Take Back Program. • Been a huge positive influence with countless kids as he often attends extra-curricular school sports events. • Volunteers with the Clay County Jail Ministry Program.