Glenn Walsh, president of the California Narcotics Officers Association, will lead a community discussion on fentanyl and law enforcement counter-narcotics efforts at 7 p.m. Thursday, October 20, at Janes Hall, Pacific Palisades Presbyterian Church, 15821 Sunset Boulevard.
The talk is being hosted by the American Legion Ronald Reagan Palisades Post 283. There will be a 30-minute presentation by Walsh, and then a 20-minute question-and-answer period.
This talk, which is free, is open to the community, parents, school staff and all who are worried about the proliferation of drugs.
Post 283 Commander Jim Cragg said, “topics of discussion will include the dangers of Fentanyl, steps that the police are taking to counter this epidemic, NARCAN use and availability, and the realities of drugs in our community.
Although this is part of the monthly American Legion meeting, those who just want to hear Walsh speak can email your name to Cragg (email@example.com) and the name will be added to the admission roster. All are welcome to attend.