Police ‘Angel’ Program to Help Drug Users Still Thrives

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As Gloucester, Ma., police chief, Leonard Campanello pledged in 2015 that drug users could walk into the police station, hand over heroin, and walk out into treatment within hours — without arrest or charges. The concept of help rather than handcuffs became a national sensation, the Boston Globe reports. When Campanello left in October, under fire for allegedly . . .

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