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The 21 County/21 Century Community Policing Project will hold a COVID-19 Town Hall on recovery and addiction services at noon on May 7, moderated by Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina.

Featured panelists include Lt. Col. Fritz Frage of the New Jersey State Police; Kelly Levy, deputy attorney general, NJ CARES; Capt. Hector Carter, Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office; Trisha Baum, founder of Hand ’n’ Heart, certified recovery specialist; and Robin Shorter, senior director of Community Engagement, Integrity House.

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Topics will include law enforcement’s response to opioid addiction and the availability of recovery and addiction services through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Register at https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/4471310675952441614?fbclid=IwAR1yl5IwkYO-sMs-SZ5Dd2pQKlfYk1IFC-rK5bxaqqc7c_1ytjL4PgRQxrg

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