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Pill drop-box a safe option for disposal of medication

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Posted: Tuesday, October 2, 2012 5:08 pm | Updated: 10:39 am, Tue Oct 9, 2012.

Sgt. Campbell of the Beaverton City Police Department is seen standing with 25 pounds of prescription medications that have been turned in over the past six months. Officers have positioned a secured prescription drug box at the Beaverton Police Department with the help of Sarah Kile of the 1016 Recovery Network. Officers collect and secure the prescription medications until picked up by the DEA after a Prescription Drop-off day. Officers over the last year have collected over 45 pounds of medication that have been disposed of properly and not been misused or misplaced. The Beaverton Police Department is thrilled to be part of this program, and they welcome all residents to drop off their prescription medications throughout the year in the prescription drop off box. They would also like to thank everyone for their participation in this program.

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