A: The training is targeted at law enforcement and first responders. The Opioid Prevention Coalition multidisciplinary community group, that seeks to prevent opioid abuse and overdose, met and had a discussion with law enforcement providers and first responders in the community to see what would be most valuable to them. We used that to find our speakers. We reached out to Lt. Steven Thomas of the Anne Arundel County Police Crisis Intervention Team to talk about his first-hand experiences with the Good Samaritan Law. … But we really tailor the training based on the feedback we get. We wanted to make sure it’s valuable, and reflective of what their needs are. So it is absolutely targeted at law enforcement and first responders, but it is open to the public — primarily to community stakeholders, whether through their line of work through people they see in their day to day, to form a good knowledge of the Good Samaritan Law and its benefits.