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In 2014, with over 20 years of law enforcement experience, Lou Fisher developed a revolutionary new way to reduce crime. By focusing on supporting people who are at "high risk" of overdose and or commit non-violent crime to support their habit, they were able to help and not incarcerate addicted individuals. This would significantly reduce the number of times law enforcement would have to deal with the same repeat offenders. 


Lou Fisher tasked the department to identify those "high risk" addicted individuals. They were brought in and given the opportunity to go into long term treatment followed by clean and sober living instead of incarceration. These people were interviewed, documented and consulted. Many times they provided information that helped arrest drug dealers. The result were overwhelming, a massive reduction in drug related death and crimes. This program became known as the Treatment Incentive Program, TIP for short.


The TIP program helped Riverside to reduce theft related crime by an average of 70% over the last 3 years. As a result, other municipalities affected by the opioid crisis were interested to learn more about the program. But most law enforcement agencies did not have the resources to manage the TIP program.  

Lou Fisher decided to create the NJTIP to support law enforcement agencies that are overwhelmed by the opioid addiction. NJTIP is a turnkey solution that provides all the resources needed to launch and managed the program.



  • To aid and support law enforcement agencies that adopt TIP (treatment incentive program);

  • To educate departments in utilizing Intelligence Led Policing to help combat the disease of addiction by identifying those deemed as “high risk”;

  • To assist police departments in reaching out to the community and help remove the stigma of addiction;

  • For the addicted person we provide both financial and resource assistance to the addicted person;

  • For the addicted person we help place and direct the high risk individual into long term treatment, instead of incarceration;

  • For the addicted person we provide a professional clinical outreach service to help with proper treatment placement;

  • For the addicted person we work in conjunction with the medical community, science-based and faith based recovery programs;

  • To provide case management service during the continuum of care, allowing police departments to focus on identifying those at high risk;

  • To educate police departments on the importance of Intelligence Led policing and community policing efforts to reduce the use of police services thus lowering crime, costs and vicitms.

  • For the addicted person we help fund mandated sober living arrangements and job placement for those integrating back into the community.

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