Cornell Policy Review Podcast: Understanding that the opioid crisis cannot be fixed with punitive measures, a District Attorney’s Office in Western Massachusetts is responding to drug-related offenses with treatment instead of incarceration. Kathleen Egan, Senior Managing Editor of the Cornell Policy Review, interviews Daniel Carey, Director of the Drug Diversion and Treatment program at the Northwestern District Attorney’s Office to discuss their approach and the necessity of treating the opioid crisis as the public health issue it is.  LISTEN HERE