Naloxone Toolkit Content

Deputy Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration Jack Riley administers a DEA warning to police and the public regarding the dangers of being exposed to Fentanyl. 
(credit: DEA., June 2016)

The Bureau of Justice Assistance’s Law Enforcement Naloxone Toolkit is a clearinghouse of resources to support law enforcement agencies in establishing a naloxone program. The Trump administration vows to work closely with law enforcement to help combat the opioid epidemic, including expanding access to drugs, such as naloxone, that can help reverse opioid overdose. The Law Enforcement Naloxone Toolkit provides law enforcement with the knowledge and tools needed to reduce opioid overdoses and help save lives. 

In the toolkit you will find answers to frequent questions about naloxone and sample documents and templates, such as data collection forms, standard operating procedures, training materials, press releases, community outreach materials, and memoranda of agreement (MOA) between first responders and medical directors. These templates can be downloaded and customized for your own agency.

DEA Nationwide Alert: The DEA has administered a warning to police and the public regarding the dangers and deadly consequences that can result from being exposed to fentanyl. To read the full DEA Nationwide Alert, please click here.

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