BOSTON — Executive Director Allie Hunter McDade is pleased to announce that the Massachusetts Environmental Police will launch a new initiative to equip officers with life-saving naloxone, in partnership with the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative. WHEN: Thursday, January 31, at 9 a.m. WHERE: Massachusetts Environmental Police Training Headquarters, 183 Milk St., Westborough WHO: […]
On behalf of Co-Chairman John Rosenthal and the entire Board of Directors, the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative offers its sincere congratulations to Chief Frederick Ryan on his retirement from the Arlington, Massachusetts Police Department.
Gov. Charlie Baker and U.S. Surgeon General Vice Admiral Jerome Adams will be among the featured speakers at next week’s second annual National Law Enforcement Summit.
Hannah Carpenter knows the heartache of losing a relative to an opioid overdose. Now, she wants to ensure other families don’t face the same pain.
Hope Not Handcuffs is an initiative of Michigan-based Families Against Narcotics, has partnered with Tri-County Community Partnership to create the organization’s first expansion outside of Michigan.
Chief Peter Volkmann, of the Chatham Police Department in New York, was featured in an in-depth story on his department’s renewed approach to confronting the opioid crisis. To watch the series of videos via WMHT, click here. For part 2, click here.