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Posted on: March 30, 2022

Drug Take Back Changes

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Many of our residents may not be aware that the Shenandoah Police Department participates in the DEA Drug Take Back program, providing a way to safely dispose of old or unwanted drugs.   Shenandoah Police Department reminds you of the changes to the policy for turning in old,  unused, out-of-date medicines for proper disposal.

  • No sharps will be taken including but not limited to syringes and EpiPens.
  • No liquids, aerosols or mists will be accepted
  • Drugs should be brought in a clear plastic bag such as a ziplock
  • Drugs should be brought to the police department through entry into the lobby at the municipal complex, not to the back door of the department.

Your safety and the safety of the officers are foremost concerns in the disposal process.  Thank you for helping by following these procedures. 

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