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Narcan Kit

The kit holds one or two doses, nitrile gloves, and a breathing barrier.

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Narcan Kit

Alden Dimensional Media's Narcan Kit is a purpose-built carry solution for Narcan nasal spray.

Video: Police Once Saved Life of Ohio Cop Killer Suspect

Police once used CPR and Narcan to save the life of the man they say just killed an officer in Girard, OH, this past weekend.

Video: FL Police Find 2 Women Overdosed in Van with 2 Infants in Back

Police in Boynton Beach, FL, have released disturbing video of two women they say overdosed in a van with two babies inside.

Ohio Sheriff Refuses to Equip Deputies with Narcan

Butler County Sheriff Richard K. Jones insists he is not heartless but says requiring deputies to administer the remedy puts them in danger and the cost of repeatedly treating people with Narcan is “sucking the taxpayers dry.”

With Synthetic Opioids On the Rise, Feds Look to Protect First Responders

Some chemical agents used to process illicit drugs are so toxic that even non-users and emergency responders are at risk of an overdose, the Drug Enforcement Administration warned police departments across the United States this week.

More Officers Carrying Naloxone to Protect K-9s from Opioid Overdose

Some law enforcement officers in the Pittsburgh, PA, region have started carrying naloxone in case a K-9 falls ill while sniffing out drugs during detection work, such as raids and searches of cars and homes.

Video: Michigan Detective Sickened After Testing White Powder

A Wyoming, MI, detective was sickened while testing a white powder at the Kent County Sheriff’s Department Tuesday and was treated with Narcan and rushed to a hospital as a precaution, according to Chief Deputy Kevin Kelley of the sheriff’s department.

PA Officer Breathes in Suspected Narcotic at Crash Scene

A Washington Township, PA, police officer accidentally inhaled a suspected narcotic during an investigation early Sunday morning.

New Mexico to Require All Officers to Carry Naloxone

New Mexico on Thursday became the first U.S. state to require all local and state law enforcement agencies to provide officers with antidote kits as the state works to curb deaths from opioid and heroin overdoses.