An organization is donating dozens of special gloves to the London Police Department so officers can have more piece of mind while responding to drug-related calls. Officers in say having protection could be the difference in injury or illness for the nearly 40 officers on the force. The Laurel County Agency for Substance Abuse is donating money for three pairs of gloves for every officer. The gloves cost about $70 a pair and are made of puncture resistant material. The gloves will also protect against cuts and slashes should officers be confronted with a knife. Getting stuck by a needle can cause you to get sick with Hepatitis C or HIV, or from remnants of dangerous drugs. The donation comes from a harm reduction or opiate overdose prevention grant.