It is the mission of the Moncks Corner Police Department to serve our community by helping to provide a safe environment for citizens to live, work, raise families, and enhance their quality of life by providing excellent law enforcement. We will maintain a high standard of professional accountability to our citizens. We will serve all people of the Town of Moncks Corner with dignity, respect, fairness, and compassion.
We, the men and women of the Moncks Corner Police Department, realize that we have been entrusted with providing the highest quality of service for the citizens of Moncks Corner. We understand that we are a service organization working together with the citizens to enhance the quality of life in Moncks Corner. To accomplish these goals, we place the highest value on the following principles:
- We believe our primary goal is to protect the life and property of all citizens of Moncks Corner.
- We believe in developing a partnership with citizens of Moncks Corner. Citizens and Law Enforcement should be partners working together to seek long-term solutions for problems of crime in our community.
- We believe in obtaining the highest standard of professionalism.
- We believe in equality based on the principles of the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights.
These are our highest values. We commit ourselves to these principles and we will strive to achieve each of these in the performance our assigned duties.
Overdose Prevention & Narcan Dispensing
Moncks Corner’s Chief of Police Rick Ollic, the Moncks Corner Police Department, WakeUp Carolina and the 9th Judicial Circuit Solicitor's Office of Solicitor Scarlett Wilson are sponsoring an online Overdose Prevention & Narcan Training Session the month of May 2021.
This training is recommended for anyone at risk of an opioid overdose or for friends and family of someone at risk. Healthcare providers, social services providers, law enforcement and emergency response providers may also participate in this session.
Please register here: NARCAN TRAINING
Attendees will learn:
• History of the opioid epidemic in South Carolina.
• How to identify the signs and symptoms of an overdose.
• The protocol for responding to an overdose (including administering nasal naloxone a/k/a Narcan®).
• How to access and obtain naloxone (Narcan®). Participants who complete the training may receive a free overdose prevention kit containing 2 Narcan® nasal sprays.
After completion of the training you will be directed to pick up a Narcan Kit -
Kit pick up will occur Wednesday May 26th at the Moncks Corner Regional Recreation Complex
418 East Main Street, Moncks Corner, SC 294861