Weapons & Drug Awareness Programs
Long Island K-9
is the only company of its kind to bring to the public live and informative demonstrations of detection dogs at work. This year we have added discussions on the legal penalties and dangers of bringing weapons to school!!!!
Many school districts in the tri-state area request Long Island K-9's live, 45-minute, thought-provoking canine 'Search and Detect' Demonstrations for students.
These interactive presentations are an invaluable supplement to an ongoing drug awareness and the possessing of illegal weapons program. The educational and high-energy presentations incite both the students and faculty to pose in-depth questions to the handler.
"Search and Detect"
demonstrations also can provide an exciting and stimulating avenue to promote drug awareness and the illegal possession of weapons in your school, scout troop or other organizations. For more information, about presenting a "Search and Detect, Zero Tolerance Towards Drugs" demonstration and "The Possession Of Illegal Weapons Discussion
" at your school today call (631) 878-5349 or email Long Island K-9 Service.
Heroin Epidemic Hits Long Island Schools
Long Island K-9
is very serious about eradicating illegal narcotics and addressing the new threat of Heroin in our schools. We try to provide our schools, clients and readers who log on to our website, the latest up to date information regarding the rise of narcotics in our schools. It is a fact that the new rise in Heroin that has infiltrated Long Island Schools is an epidemic and is more potent and cheaper than ever before. The access to this drug is easy and can be obtained at parties, social events, by friends and dealers. This Heroin epidemic is so serious that Nassau and Suffolk counties have passed a new law called, Natalie’s law, to prevent Heroin trafficking and extinguish distribution. Natalie’s law was named after an 18-year-old Massapequa resident who died of a heroin overdose in June at a party in Seaford. This new law will try to assist law enforcement in their efforts to combat this drug and to help by putting Heroin dealers out of business.
Long Island K-9
provides to schools, Drug and Weapons Awareness Programs, Canine Narcotic/Explosive Detection Teams, Sales of Home Narcotic Test Kits and Walk Through Metal Detectors. All of our staff are either retired military or law enforcement officers. We are a 24 hour service working 365 days a year. If you think that your child is using narcotics, or would like to ask us a question, please drop us a e-mail or give us a call. All questions and inquiries are kept confidential.
Nassau, Suffolk pass heroin laws
The Nassau and Suffolk County legislatures this week passed similar bills aimed at fighting heroin trafficking and distribution.
The laws, dubbed “Natalie’s Law” after a Massapequa teenager who died from a heroin overdose in June, serve to help law enforcement find heroin dealers and put them out of business.
According to a Suffolk press release, under Natalie’s Law a website will be constructed and information relating to all heroin arrests will be posted on a monthly basis to the public at-large. Heroin-related arrests will be mapped out to illustrate “heroin-hotspots” by location, frequency, level of offense, and age. In addition, to develop a regional approach, the Suffolk County Police Department has been directed to develop a reciprocal information sharing agreement with Nassau County relating to all heroin arrests. A regional approach will mutually enhance the ability of law enforcement officials to stop heroin distribution and trafficking rings that do not honor county borders.
Natalie’s Law posits that by mapping and posting heroin-related arrests patterns, trends, and “hotspots” will emerge and information will be more ready and useful for public consumption. In addition, Natalie’s Law will allow all responsible members of society to access to this information. Natalie’s Law allows civic groups, churches, synagogues, PTA’s, schools, and parents to identify trouble areas.
The law is strictly aimed at heroin, not cocaine, pills or other drugs.
What is it called?
Street Names For Heroin
||Dead On Arrival