Sample Training Documents

Opioid Overdose and Intranasal Naloxone Training for Law Enforcement - Trainer's Guide

What does the education and training element of a law enforcement overdose reversal program typically cover?

Law enforcement overdose response program trainings typically last from 40 to 90 minutes. At the very least, such training includes three basic elements: 1) information on how to recognize signs of an opioid overdose, 2) information on how to provide basic life support and proper administration of naloxone, and 3) an applied component providing trainees an opportunity to practice their skills. Trainings also typically include time for the completion of requisite documentation to authorize naloxone possession and administration by law enforcement officers.

Resources: 

High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) Training

Indianapolis (IN) Metropolitan Police Department Training Presentation

Massachusetts Department of Public Health Core Competencies

New York City Train the Trainer

Norfolk County (MA) Naloxone Training

Opioid Overdose and Intranasal Naloxone Training for Law Enforcement - Trainer's Guide

Rhode Island Law Enforcement Officer Toolkit

Suffolk County, NY, Police Department Training Presentation

High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) Training

Massachusetts Department of Public Health Core Competencies

Indianapolis (IN) Metropolitan Police Department Training Presentation

Norfolk County (MA) Naloxone Training

New York City Train the Trainer

New York City Police Department Training - Instructor Guide

New York City Police Department Training Presentation

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