Law Enforcement Training & Resources

We provide police departments and organizations with comprehensive naloxone (NARCAN®) training to identify and reverse an opioid overdose & connect individuals impacted by substance use disorder to support and resources.

 

Naloxone & Training Information

 

Resources for Law Enforcement and First Responders

 

Naloxone & Overdose Prevention

About Naloxone: Illinois Department of Public Health

Illinois Naloxone Standardized Procedure: Illinois Department of Public Health, Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, and Illinois Department of Human Services

Legality of Dispensing Naloxone to Minors in Illinois: The Network for Public Health Law

Expired Naloxone GuidanceIllinois Department of Human Services, Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery

The Administration of Naloxone by Law Enforcement Officers: A Statewide Survey of Police Chiefs in Illinois: Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority (ICIJA)

 

Fentanyl

Preventing Occupational Fentanyl and Fentanyl Analog Exposure to Emergency Responders: American College of Medical Toxicology & American Academy of Clinical Toxicology

Fentanyl Safety: A Guide for San Francisco’s First Responders: Eliza Wheeler, The DOPE Project & National Harm Reduction Coalition

 

Prevention & Harm Reduction

A Local Model of Law Enforcement and Public Health Partnership: Lake County Opioid Initiative

Safe Drug Disposal Collection LocatorDrug Enforcement Administration

Illinois Helpline for Opioids & Other Substances: Illinois Department of Human Services, Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery

Illinois Harm Reduction and Recovery Coalition

 

The Illinois Department of Human Services – Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery (IDHS/SUPR) authorizes programs to train and distribute naloxone to first responders and members of the public under its Drug Overdose Prevention Program (DOPP).