Prince William County Police K-9 Unit Receives Vital Naloxone Funding from the National Center for Police Defense, Inc.

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, VA. /11-19-2020/- National nonprofit organization National Center for Police Defense, Inc. donated vital funds to the Prince William County Police K-9 Unit to provide Naloxone for each of the 11 dogs in the unit. 

K-9s, who sniff out narcotics, can get sick or even die from their exposure to Fentanyl, a powerful opioid that is up to 50 times more potent than heroin. Exposure to the drug can result in significant health issues or even death. Naloxone is a medication that can be used to reverse the effects of opioid overdoses. This opioid antidote can also be used on dogs through an injection.

National Center for Police Defense, Inc. is a non-profit, pro-law enforcement organization that helps protect police officers, sheriffs, peace officers, federal agents and first responders during their time of crisis. National Center for Police Defense, Inc. is dedicated to helping law enforcement, including providing resources & legal defense for police officers, as well as many other forms of support in the midst of an on-duty catastrophe.

“We are honored to provide this life saving antidote to the brave K-9s in the Prince William County Police K-9 Unit. The dogs that protect and serve alongside the brave men and women in this unit are heroes- and the least we can do is make sure they have the resources to do their jobs safely,” said Vice President of National Center for Police Defense, Inc. Bert Eyler. Mr. Eyler met with the Prince William County K-9 Unit to donate the funds for the Naloxone (pictured above). 

The K-9 Unit is responsible for tracking, evidence recovery, building searches, locating suspects, crowd control, drug and explosives detection, and canine demonstrations.

For more information and to make a tax-deductible donation to National Center for Police Defense, Inc., visit www.nationalcenterforpolicedefense.com   

National Center for Police Defense is a charitable organization, organized under Section 501(c)(3) with the IRS. Contributions made to the National Center for Police Defense are tax-deductible.

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