Is your teen in trouble? Would you be able to spot clues even if they were hidden in plain sight?

Mentor Schools and the Mentor Police Department are hosting an awareness program for parents and other adults at the Mentor High School Fine Arts Center on Wednesday April 12, 2017. Hidden in Plain Sight is an interactive program designed to help attendees spot signs of trouble.

The “snoop and search” portion of the program will enable parents to participate in an astonishing, interactive exhibit which is designed to resemble a teenager’s room. The exhibit will feature over 150 items which could indicate risky behaviors.

Topics to be addressed will include substance abuse, violence, eating disorders, juvenile crime, technology, risky games and challenges, and much more.

“Snoop and search” begins at 6:00 PM and will be followed by a PowerPoint presentation and discussion at approximately 6:30 PM.

The entire program should take approximately 2 hours.  Attendees are encouraged to arrive when they can if they are unable to arrive promptly at the start time.

Due to the nature of the materials presented at this event, youth are not permitted to attend. The program is free.

Hidden in Plain Sight is presented by the Bath and Copley Police Departments.  For other dates and locations, please visit or

For additional information, contact Officer Skelly 440-255-2818 or