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Statute Text

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Article - Education
§11–1203.  
(a)   The policy established under this subtitle shall include:
(1)   Training for campus police or other designated personnel on how to recognize the symptoms of an opioid overdose;
(2)   Procedures for the administration of naloxone or other overdose–reversing medications; and
(3)   The proper follow–up emergency procedures.
(b)   Except for any willful or grossly negligent act, campus police or other designated personnel who have been trained under subsection (a)(1) of this section and who respond in good faith to the overdose emergency of a student in accordance with this section may not be held personally liable for any act or omission in the course of responding to the emergency.