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Officers administer Naloxone just two hours after completing training

Police Scotland officers administered naloxone for first time just two hours after they had completed their training on the spray. Assistant Chief Constable Gary Ritchie said it was heartening officers had "disregarded the misinformation" about the drug.

Officers administer Naloxone just two hours after completing training

Date - 11th March 2021
By - Chloe Livadeas
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Naloxone is can be administrated as a nasal spray to reverse an opioid-related drug overdose. The officers responded to a call in Glasgow’s east end on Tuesday night (9 March) having participated in a six-month voluntary trial of carrying the...
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