Arlington Police Department Clinical Responder Rebecca Wolfe has been recognized for exemplary performance for clinical collaboration with law enforcement
Arlington Police Department responded to multiple heroin and drug overdoses last week, from Thursday to Sunday, where all three victims were revived. Two individuals were saved by the use of Narcan, the opioid reversal drug that has been widely distributed throughout town as part of a police-driven initiative.erick Ryan reports that the Arlington Police Department responded to multiple heroin and drug overdoses from Thursday to Sunday. All three victims were revived, including two victims saved by Narcan, one of whom who was brought back from the brink of death by a loved one who had been given a dose of Narcan through the Arlington Outreach Initiative.
ARLINGTON — Chief Frederick Ryan is pleased to announce that the Arlington Police Department collected 75 pounds of prescription drugs during last weekend’s National Drug Take Back Day.
ARLINGTON — The Arlington Police Department is proud to report that Police Chief Frederick Ryan joined the Massachusetts chapter of the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) yesterday to advocate for a new bill that would help police and behavioral health officials better serve those with addiction or mental health issues.
Arlington Police to Host A.C.T.S. Opioid Forum with Guest Speaker Woody Giessmann from Right Turn Recovery Center
ARLINGTON — Chief Frederick Ryan announces that the Arlington Police Department will host an Addiction Community Training and Support (A.C.T.S.) meeting with guest speaker Woody Giessmann from Right Turn recovery center next week.
SOMERSET — Chief George M. McNeil is pleased to announce that the Somerset Police Department has joined the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative (P.A.A.R.I.) to launch an addiction outreach and recovery program.
Arlington Police Partner with Square Medical Group of Watertown to Further Their Strategy on Combating Opiate Addiction
ARLINGTON — Chief Frederick Ryan is pleased to report that the Arlington Police Department has partnered with Square Medical Group of Watertown to expand resources for its strategy on Combating Opiate Addiction by providing residents with Vivitrol and outpatient treatment services to assist in their recovery efforts.
Arlington Police Department Frederick Ryan, Chief of Police 112 Mystic St. Arlington, MA 02474 For Immediate Release Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015 Contact: Captain Richard Flynn, PIO Office: 781-316-3907 Cell: 781-844-1224 Email: email@example.com Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Arlington Police Department Hosts First Successful A.C.T.S. Meeting ARLINGTON — Chief Frederick Ryan is pleased to […]