Understanding where the most overdoses are occurring can help law enforcement and first responders respond to overdoses appropriately. The information can help identify trends and patterns in overdoses, as well as foster collaboration between law enforcement, first responders and behavioral health to prevent overdoses from happening in vulnerable areas.

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