IN PURSUIT OF PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE.

IN PURSUIT OF PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE.

IN PURSUIT OF PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE.

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City of Kemah
Police Department
Phone: (281) 334-5414 (24-Hour)

IN PURSUIT OF PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE.

City of Kemah
Police Department
Phone: (281) 334-5414 (24-Hour)

IN PURSUIT OF PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE.

City of Kemah
Police Department
Phone: (281) 334-5414 (24-Hour)

Medication disposal

We are very pleased to announce that the City of Kemah Police Department has partnered with the Bay Area Alliance for Youth & Families and installed our Chris Reed Memorial Medication Drop Box. This is the first medication drop box in the City of Kemah and is dedicated to the memory of Chris Reed, our former Chief of Police and longtime supporter of Medication Take Back initiatives. It is intended to give our citizens the opportunity to:
  • Dispose of their expired or unwanted medications
  • Combat youth drug abuse in our community
  • Prevent contamination of our water system
This permanent medication drop-box is located in the City of Kemah PD lobby and accessible by the public twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. We accept non-controlled substances and schedule II, III, IV, and V controlled substances, including:
  • Prescription medications
  • Over-the-counter medications
  • Pet medications
On January 13th, 2022, we invited the public to attend a Dedication & Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to unveil our Chris Reed Memorial Medication DropBox. As a lifelong public servant, Chris Reed devoted his life to the protection, safety, and well-being of our community. He served as a board member of the Bay Area Alliance for Youth & Families and spearheaded efforts to install medication drop boxes throughout the Bay Area. It was an honor for the City of Kemah PD to commemorate Chris Reed’s legacy and celebrate his contributions and dedication to the City of Kemah.
We are proud to provide a place for our citizens to dispose of their medications safely and properly. This would not have been possible without the support of the Bay Area Alliance for Youth & Families, Partnership to End Addiction, CVS Pharmacy, and the entire City Council. Most importantly, we would like to thank the City of Kemah for supporting us in our mission to prevent youth drug abuse and protect our environment.

For more information about the dangers of improper drug use or disposal, please call our friends at the Alliance at (281) 284-0370 or visit https://thealliancebayarea.org/.