As opioid overdoses rise, police officers become counselors, doctors and social workers
March 16, 2017
By Katie Zezima
The nation’s opioid epidemic is changing the way law enforcement does its job, with police officers acting as drug counselors and medical workers and shifting from law-and-order tactics to approaches more akin to social work.
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