SJCPA HELPS FIGHT PHARMACY CRIMES

Published Online: Tuesday, May 1, 2007

The St. Joseph County (Indiana) Pharmacy Association (SJCPA) recognized local pharmacist James Woods, RPh, MBA, and Sgt Lee D. Ross, of the Crime Prevention Unit of the South Bend (Ind) Police Department, with awards for their efforts in preventing prescription drug crime and their contributions to the SJCPA Pharmacy Crime Watch.

Woods received a certificate of recognition for his actions in several area prescription fraud arrests. Ross was awarded a certificate of appreciation for his and his department's continued support and efforts that have reduced prescription fraud, forgery, and armed robberies at pharmacies in the area.

For related articles, please see the Legal Focus articles located at www. pharmacytimes.com/Article.cfm?Menu=1&ID=4301 and http://www. pharmacytimes.com/Article.cfm?Menu=1&ID=4416.




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