Maine law enforcement agencies, shocked by this practice, say they will review their methods of disposing seized and surrendered weapons.
Opponents of drug decriminalization say it has been ‘disastrous’ for Oregon. Data suggests otherwise.
Researchers studying decriminalization in Oregon found no link between the rise in fatal overdoses and the policy changes.
Lewiston independent commission grills members of Sagadahoc County Sheriff’s Office on mental health training, response
Sheriff and deputies from the last known law enforcement agency to make contact with Lewiston gunman Robert Card testify their mental health training was adequate.
With a shortage of mental health professionals statewide, law enforcement officers without enough training are being forced to make decisions in crisis situations.
Surveys conducted by The Maine Monitor helped us pull back the curtain on how officials will spend Maine's allocation of settlement funds.
Detoxification centers in Androscoggin and Franklin counties, syringe service providers around the state, and family assistance programs are among the expected recipients.
Maine medical licensure board extends suspension for Dr. Meryl Nass, COVID vaccine skeptic, orders $10,000 fine
The Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine said Tuesday that Nass must attend professional development and submit to random reviews to get her license back.