Category Archives: Drug Take Back

22nd Annual National Drug Take Back Day Results

Our partnership with the Drug Enforcement Administration continued alongside several Fairfax County agencies for this year’s 22nd Annual National Prescription Drug Take Back Day initiative. On Saturday, April 30, officers from our eight district stations helped collect over 1,300 pounds of unused and expired over-the-counter and prescription medications from members of our community at drop off sites across the county.

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21st Annual Drug Take Back Day – Operation Medicine Cabinet Cleanout

Officers from the eight district police stations throughout Fairfax County helped collect more than 1,400 pounds of unused and expired over the counter and prescription medications on Saturday, Oct. 23. Members of our community dropped off the medications as part of the 21st Annual National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. The Fairfax County Police Department works with the Drug Enforcement

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20th Annual Drug Take Back Day – Operation Medicine Cabinet Cleanout

Our partnership with the Drug Enforcement Administration continued alongside several Fairfax County agencies for this year’s 20th Annual National Drug Take Back Day Initiative. On Saturday, April 24, officers from our eight district stations helped collect over 2,000 pounds of unused or expired over the counter and prescription medications from members of our community at drop off sites across the

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19th Annual Drug Take Back Day – Operation Medicine Cabinet Cleanout

In conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Administration, our department, along with a number of other Fairfax County agencies participated in the 19th Annual National Drug Take Back Initiative this past Saturday, Oct. 24. Officers from each of our eight districts staffed collection sites where community members safely disposed of 1,696 pounds of unused and expired over-the-counter and prescription medications. Sully 100

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18th Annual Drug Take Back Day Results

Our department coordinated efforts with the federal Drug Enforcement Administration, the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board and Health Department for a successful 18th Annual Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, Oct. 26.  Each of our district stations along with Wegmans in Chantilly served as collection sites. A total of 1,246 pounds of unused and expired prescription drugs were collected. Sully

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