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Carl Stoffers is a former Tamer Center for Social Enterprise Fellow. His work has been published in the Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Courier News, Asbury Park Press, and other publications. He earned a master's degree from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. Before becoming a journalist, Carl was a correctional officer in the Arizona Department of Corrections.
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The New York Police Department announced in 2014 it would provide officers with overdose prevention kits that include Naloxone, a heroin antidote administered through the nose.
News August 14, 2015
For frustrated police, it’s a quick fix but no solution.
Q&A July 23, 2015
Rule Number 1: Comply now, contest later.
A recovering heroin addict shows his prescription of Suboxone, a maintenance treatment for opioid dependence, in Burlington, Vt. in 2014.
News July 13, 2015
The drug use that plagues the state now haunts its cellblocks.
News July 1, 2015
Expunged arrest records, and new jobs for police dogs.
Commentary June 26, 2015
A former CO — and first-time OITNB-watcher — weighs in.
Q&A June 15, 2015
An expert casts an eye on the New York manhunt.
News June 8, 2015
Re-assessing a videotaped interrogation.