ODMAP Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program
ODMAP is a simple, web-based mapping tool that allows public safety and public health organizations to report and track suspected drug overdose events in near real time so that responses to sudden increases or spikes in overdose events can be mobilized. ODMAP is a free public service from the Washington/Baltimore High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area.
Beginning soon, drug overdose data from nearly all Kentucky emergency medical service providers will automatically be integrated into ODMAP. Kentucky law enforcement officers can also elect to add data through KY OPS, Kentucky’s repository for traffic collision, crime, and citation reports.
This tool is available only to government (state, local, federal, or tribal) agencies serving the interests of public safety and health. To request access, visit http://www.ODMAP.org/AgencyAccess/RequestForm.
To find out which agencies in your area are participating, please use the "Request more info here" button below.
ODMAP is most effective when implemented countywide in a coordinated way. A good place to begin the process of implementation is with your local health department or active anti-drug coalitions. For more detailed information about ODMAP, including an overview video and documentation, please visit www.ODMAP.org.
- ODMAP allows public safety and public health users to input and share suspected overdoses in near real time, allowing stakeholders to use data to support a range of rapid response activities. Access a Guide to the ODMAP Platform and Community User Application.
- ODMAP Operating Policies and Procedures: Data entered into ODMAP must conform to all applicable federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations pertaining to the collection, storage, and dissemination of controlled unclassified information.
- Prospective users and communities often express concern about the HIPAA Privacy Act and the use of ODMAP. Follow this link for a detailed legal explanation of the interplay between ODMAP and HIPAA.
- Agency Management of ODMAP and other relevant topics can be found in the ODMAP Training Manual.
- A community agency that requests access must assign an administrator to add/delete members and have access to the data. Agency Administrator Training can be found here.
- Law enforcement officers who use Case Explorer can now connect with ODMAP for more extensive data collection.
- Video presentations on various topics, such as a quick overview, how different public health and public safety organizations use ODMAP, and how to analyze the data, can be found on the ODMAP YouTube Channel.
- Do you have a question? Check out the ODMAP FAQ.
- Research Guidance and Procedures – ODMAP is controlled unclassified information that is released only to authorized personnel. Currently, it is a tool for exploratory analysis only and shall only be used for intended purposes.
- Would you like to participate in ODMAP? Request agency access: https://www.odmap.org:4443/AgencyAccess/RequestForm