GLOUCESTER — Chairman John Rosenthal is pleased to announce that the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative (P.A.A.R.I.) has been featured in the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services’ (COPS Office) publication, Building Successful Partnerships between Law Enforcement and Public Health Agencies to Address Opioid Use.
GLOUCESTER — The distribution and proliferation of lifesaving Nacan is key to the mission of the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative, and today Chairman John Rosenthal and the board of directors are lauding a vote of the Massachusetts Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS), which has changed its policies governing the dosages of Nasal Narcan that may be carried by law enforcement officers.
Berea Police Chief Joe Grecol and Olmsted Township Police Chief Matthew Vanyo are pleased to announce that they have partnered with the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative (P.A.A.R.I.) to begin their addiction recovery program, Safe Passages, which will launch at the Cuyahoga County Rally Against Heroin next weekend.
ELLSWORTH, Maine — Chief Harold Bickmore is pleased to announce that the Ellsworth Police Department has partnered with Healthy Acadia, other Hancock County law enforcement partners and the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative to begin their addiction recovery program, Project Hope (Heroin-Opiate Prevention Effort).
We have been made aware of the fact that Gloucester Police Chief Leonard Campanello, co-founder of the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative, has been placed on administrative leave by the City of Gloucester
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.