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Press Release

Waterloo Police Officers Save 2 With Narcan

On Feb. 14th members of the Waterloo Police Department responded to 21 Oak Street in the Village of Waterloo for the report of a male and a female that were unconscious and not responding. Upon arrival, both subjects were found in bed barely breathing and not responding to stimuli. Sergeant Chechak and Patrolman Scaglione quickly recognized the symptoms shown as an overdose, and began to administer Narcan to both parties. Both officers administered 3, double dose, viles of Narcan to each subject which slowly revived them. Members of North Seneca Ambulance assisted at the scene and transported them to Geneva General Hospital for treatment. The life saving measures taken by both Sergeant Chechak and Officer Scaglione saved the lives of both parties involved.
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Waterloo Village Police Department

Jason E. Godley

Chief of Police

Mission Statement

The mission of the Village of Waterloo Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in our community by working cooperatively with the public and within the framework of the U.S. Constitution. We strive to preserve peace and to provide a safe environment for all of our residents and visitors to our community by providing guidance, protecting life and property, ensuring justice, upholding the law, and preserving Democracy. We will continuously strive for excellence through our dedication and commitment, and we will treat all those we interact with in the same manner, we, ourselves want to be treated.