The objectives of this research are analyzing (1) the Prevention, Eradication, Abuse, and Illegal drugs (P4GN) program policy of the National Narcotics Agency (BNN) Palu City in engaging and empowering schools as anti-drugs communities; (2) the implementation of P4GN program in engaging and empowering schools as anti-drugs communities. The research employs qualitative and descriptive methods. The research population is 7 schools that have established anti-drugs task forces. The research sample is a member of the task forces assigned to the junior high school in Palu City, they are the school principals, teachers, and students. The informants are head of BNN Palu City, BNN prevention and community empowerment section head, junior high school principals, and teachers who the member of the anti-drugs task force in the schools. The techniques of data collection are interview techniques, questionnaires, and documentation. The results indicate that (1) the BNN Palu has implemented the P4GN programs in empowering Junior High Schools/MTs in Palu City. Some Junior High Schools/MTs have implemented the P4GN programs by establishing anti-drugs task forces. The BNN Palu City has rehabilitated the students who are indicated to be positive drug users and providing guidance and assistance; (2) Some schools/MTs have implemented the P4GN programs by establishing anti-drugs task forces, organize counseling, socialize the effects of abuse drugs, conduct raids, and urine tests. The P4GN BNN program in Palu City provides many benefits and changes, for schools, especially Junior High Schools inÂ Palu City, to create a better, more sensible and moral young generation, creating a free drug trafficking school environment.
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