Dialogues with Meg Hansen: Law enforcement solutions for the opioid crisis (Part 2)

Vergennes Chief of Police George Merkel shares how the opioid catastrophe has overwhelmed small municipalities in Vermont, where understaffed and underfunded local law enforcement officials are struggling to combat the carnage that the epidemic is leaving in its wake.

Meg Hansen is the creator and host of “Dialogues with Meg Hansen” on the YCN network.

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2 thoughts on “Dialogues with Meg Hansen: Law enforcement solutions for the opioid crisis (Part 2)

  1. Really sick of stupid people, drug addles folks should be allowed to die, no narcan and dealers should be shot on site. A real easy solution. The public should not be made to pay for the vices of a few.

  2. We do have a drug problem…..kudo’s to Chief Merkel and Vergennes. It’s telling when the smallest city has to have a drug team on their police force. it’s telling that the state is doing nothing, no wait, correction, they want us to become drug dealers?

    How out of touch and focused on money do the have to be to ignore this problem?

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