Every day, more than 130 people in the United States die after overdosing on opioids. Heroin killed over 70,000 people last year. 70,000 fathers, mothers, husbands, brothers, sisters, you name it. 70,000 people. It really has become a problem in the US and we need to communicate to the next generation that it is easier to just not start, than it is to quit.
In this episode we give our perspectives as police officers and what we see while out on patrol.
Follow our hosts:
Ryan Tillman: @breaking_barriers_united
Officer AJ: @ohnoitsdapopo