DIXON, Ill. and GLOUCESTER, Mass. — The Dixon Police Department is pleased to announce that Chief Danny Langloss was honored at the One Year Anniversary celebration of the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative (P.A.A.R.I.) last week. He was recognized for his leadership and innovation in helping citizens take back their lives, and placing police officers in a new role assisting those in the grip of substance use disorders to retake their lives.
DIXON, Ill. — The Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police is providing critical support and backing to the Safe Passage Initiative. This program allows heroin addicts to go to the police or sheriff’s department, turn over their drugs and drug equipment and not fear being arrested. Instead, the person is placed directly to treatment.
DIXON, Ill. — Chief Danny Langloss and Sheriff John Simonton announce that the Dixon Police Department and the Lee County Sheriff’s Department are working with the Lee County Jail to create a program to help inmates learn about and recover from opioid addiction.
Police In Lee and Whiteside Counties to Host Law Enforcement Opioid Summit In Wake of Four Suspected Heroin Deaths
For Immediate Release Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2015 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 781-791-7627 Email: [email protected] Police In Lee County and Whiteside County Host Law Enforcement Opioid Summit In Wake of Four Suspected Heroin Deaths DIXON, Ill. — Chief Danny Langloss, along with the Lee County Sheriff’s Department and the Whiteside County Sheriff’s Department announce that the […]