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Metro Boston CIT TTAC

CIT4102018xDuring the first week of April, The Metro Boston CIT TTAC held our most recent Crisis Intervention (CIT) class t a new location, the Tewksbury Police Department. We had a great response to the class with 32 Officers participating from Cambridge, Haverhill, Hingham, Lowell, Medford, Somerville, Tewksbury, Waltham, Wilmington, and Woburn.

Crisis Intervetion Training is 40hr. training focused on providing information and tools to inform Police response to individuals and families impacted by behavioral health. We are fortunate to have state and local community service providers who partner with us to provide content knowledge. We would like to thank Cambridge Health Alliance, Vinfen, The Psychological Center, Veterans' Administration, Department of Youth Services, NAMI, North Shore Elder Services and Riverside Trauma Center to name a few. We'd like to also thank the departments who participated by sending officers to our training. Lastly, a special thanks to the outside agencies who provided amazing speakers and our host for the event, the Tewskbury Police Department.

 

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National Take Back Day 2018

NTB2018National Take Back Day is April 28th | Spring Cleaning

Unused or expired prescription medications are a public safety issue, leading to accidental poisoning, overdose, and abuse. The Take-Back programs are the best way to dispose of old drugs. A Drop-Off Collection Site is available at the Public Safety Building 220 Washington St. and at 6 Newbury St. (Teele Sq) Somerville Fire Station.

How to properly dispose of drugs:

1. Remove the medicine from its original container and mix it with an undesirable substance, such as used coffee grounds or kitty litter.

2. Place the mixture in a sealable bag, empty bag, or other containers to prevent the medicine from leaking or breaking out of the garbage bag.

 -Learn more about prescription drug abuse at www.dea.gov.

 
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