SPRINGFIELD — Commissioner Cheryl Clapprood is pleased to announce that the Springfield Police Department has surpassed a significant milestone in its ongoing Narcan program, reaching 250 lives saved in just over two years.
PLYMOUTH — The Police Chiefs of Plymouth County report that between Friday, April 16 and Monday, May 10 of this year, Plymouth County Outreach has documented three double overdose fatality incidents; three separate incidents where two individuals had used substances together and fatally overdosed, resulting in six deaths.
PLYMOUTH — The Police Chiefs of Plymouth County report that between Monday, April 20 and Thursday, April 30, Plymouth County Outreach has documented 38 overdoses, with 11 being fatal suspected overdoses, more overdoses than usual.
ARLINGTON — Acting Chief Julie Flaherty would like to invite residents to attend a naloxone training and education event later this month.
Chief Scott Allen and the East Bridgewater Police Department would like to notify residents that the department and local non-profit EB HOPE are partnering with local businesses to provide increased public access to the overdose-reversing drug naloxone.
The Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative (P.A.A.R.I.), in conjunction with John Moriarty and Associates, Meredith Management, Gerding Edlen and Nuveen, launched a first of its kind Recovery Friendly Worksite on Friday at the Fenway Center Project located at 771 Beacon St in Boston.
CANTON — Chief Charles E. Doody would like to invite residents to attend a naloxone training and education event Wednesday.
Plymouth County Outreach Supports Bill to Provide Civilians Greater Access to Overdose-Reversing Medications
The Police Chiefs of Plymouth County announce that Plymouth County Outreach (PCO) is supporting a bill filed last week that would allow law enforcement officers — in addition to medically trained personnel — to provide civilians with the overdose-reversing drug Narcan (naloxone) and train them on how to administer the drug.
Police Chief Edward Walsh met with Governor Charlie Baker and Health and Human Services Secretary Marylou Sudders at an event in Brockton today to announce that Taunton will be one of several communities to receive grant funding to assist with the opioid crisis.
Chief Michael Miksch would like to invite residents to attend a naloxone training and education event tomorrow night.