STL Live: Missouri’s Good Samaritan Law
Craig Schmid, Government Service Analyst for the City of St. Louis Department of Health and Sgt. Carl E. Cunningham of the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department discuss Missouri's Good Samaritan Law.
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STL LIVE TOPIC: City of St. Louis Department of Health, Good Samaritan HOST: Sarah Bernard SHOW DATE: February 4, 2018 Guest: Craig Schmid, Policy Analyst, City of St. Louis Department of Health Guest: Sgt. Carl E. Cunningham, Sergeant, St. Louis Police Department Intelligence Division Being leaders in promoting, protecting, serving, and partnering for Missourians health is what the City of St. Louis Department of Health strives to accomplish. Here to tell us more is Policy Analyst, Craig Schmid and Sergeant, Carl E. Cunningham… http://stlouis-mo.gov/health -Visit our website: http://stltv.net - Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/STLTV Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/STLTVChannel View our channel on digital cable channel 992, or on the web at https://stltv.net/livestream/
The Missouri Good Samaritan law became effective on August 28, 2017. It protects people who call 911 from arrest & prosecution for possession of drugs or paraphernalia.
To read the Good Samaritan law: RSMO 195.205
For more information on this law, please visit: mohopeproject.org/legislation-and-advocacy