PAARI is pleased to welcome law enforcement leaders from around the country for our second annual National Law Enforcement Summit, taking place tomorrow and Friday at the Harvard University Medical School Conference Center in Boston, Massachusetts. The sold-out event will bring together more than 400 law enforcement leaders to discuss strategies to address opioid addiction in their communities.
For those unable to attend in person, we are pleased to share that the Summit will be live streamed on our website. We hope you’ll find some time to tune in Thursday, Dec. 6 from 9am to 4pm and Friday, Dec. 7, from 9am to 12pm. We will also be posting regularly on PAARI’s Twitter and Facebook accounts using the hashtag #PAARISummit2018
Our National Law Enforcement Summit promises to be one of the most important policing and substance use disorder conferences in the country to date. We have put together an ambitious agenda because we want Summit attendees and viewers alike to leave with concrete, practical solutions that they can immediately implement in their own departments and communities. Our distinguished speakers include US Surgeon General Vice Admiral Jerome Adams, MA Governor Charlie Baker, MA HHS Secretary Marylou Sudders, and Stephen McConachie from US Customs & Border Protection.
Thank you for tuning in and being a part of this important event.
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