The purpose of the Citizen’s Academy is to provide the citizens of Danville with a better understanding of the capabilities of the Danville Police Department and to facilitate a partnership with the community.
The Danville Police Department believes the Citizens Academy will increase the community’s awareness and understanding of law enforcement capabilities (and limitations) thereby promoting more realistic expectations. It is also our belief that through a positive and informative medium, a strong partnership will develop between members of the community and the Police Department to make Danville a safe environment in which to live and work.
The Citizen’s Academy is not intended for those desiring to become police officers. However, anyone interested in a career in law enforcement would benefit from this generalized view of policing.
For more information, please contact the Police Department at (859) 238-1224.
Unused or expired medication can pose a risk to children, family members, and the environment. It can also be misused or abused, leading to serious complications, overdose, even death.
You can dispose of unused or expired medication safely, easily, confidentially, and for free in a Drug Collection Kiosk at the Danville Police Department. The kiosk is open to all residents, Monday – Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm -- no questions asked. This is a safe, effective, and sustainable way to dispose of prescription substances.
What is collected?
What is not collected?
Important disposal information to remember:
Scratch out all identifying information on the prescription label to make it unreadable. This will help protect your identity and the privacy of your personal health information.
If the drug label or patient information that accompanies the medication has specific instructions for disposal, follow those carefully. Do not flush prescription drugs down the toilet unless this information specifically instructs you to do so.
Do not give medications to friends. Doctors prescribe drugs based on a person's specific symptoms and medical history. A drug that works for you could be very dangerous for someone else.
What else can you do?