OMAHA (KPTM) - As prom season approaches, local high schools are reminding parents and students that once the event ends they don't have to give in to any wild temptations.
Post Prom, as it's called, provides prom-goers with a safe place to go for the rest of the night. Organized by a team of volunteer parents, the idea is for students to meet in a designated place and have a good time with responsible supervisors around.
"There's a ton of different games, free prizes and free food," said Millard South student Olivia Bond.
Omaha law enforcement is also gearing up for prom season.
"Underage drinking is illegal and it can be deadly," said Col. David Sankey with the Nebraska State Patrol.
Sankey tells Fox 42 News agencies like his will be out in full force. Armed with a new campaign, Sankey wants drivers and the general public to notify authorities if they suspect underage drinking.
"By doing so, you're making the right call because it could be the difference between dreams realized or lives lost."
Posters issued by the Nebraska State Patrol urge you to dial 1-866-MUST-B-21 to report an underage drinking issue.
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