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Conshohocken Police and The Borough of Conshohocken is committed to providing a safe, simple, secure and environmentally friendly way to collect unwanted or expired household medication, including prescriptions, over-the-counter drugs and unused pharmaceuticals. Please bring your unwanted drugs to our police station located at 400 Fayette Street and deposit them into the MediBox located in our lobby.
All members of the Conshohocken Police Department participated in a training seminar on Down Syndrome awareness. We were fortunate to have Michele Hoenig of the Montgomery County Down Syndrome Interest Group (MCDSIG) come to our police station and speak with our officers. The scope of the training was to educate our officers how to interact with those afflicted with Down Syndrome.
On occasion, police officers come in contact with individuals who are afflicted with Down Syndrome and other intellectual disabilities. These encounters can be confusing and frightening for individuals who have intellectual disabilities. This training provided our officers with tips and strategies on succesfully communicating with individuals that have Down Syndrome. At times, individuals with Down Syndrome can be witnesses to crimes or be victims of crime themselves. This training provides our officers with the skills to solicit information from witnesses and victims that have Down Syndrome. Thank you, Michele for a rewarding experience that our officers won't forget.
In the spirit of the Christmas season, employees at The Great American Pub in Conshohocken and Wayne are collecting donations for St. Barnabus Mission in West Philadelphia. St Barnabus Mission provides stability for homeless families in the Philadelphia area. The ultimate goal of St Barnabus Mission is to help families, especially single mothers, find employment and ultimately secure stable housing. Not only does St Barnabus provide a clean, stable place for families to stay, they also provide support during times of homelessness and after housing is found. Please, in the spirit of Christmas, give anything you can and help make this Christmas season special for a child who is not as fortunate as others.
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