CVS Pharmacy completes statewide rollout of time delay safes in Ohio stores

CVS Pharmacy is now using time delay safes in all of its more than 300 Ohio locations. The safes are used to help prevent pharmacy robberies as well as fight the opioid crisis by keeping opioids out of the hands of unauthorized individuals.

CVS Pharmacy is now using time delay safes in all of its more than 300 Ohio locations. The safes are used to help prevent pharmacy robberies as well as fight the opioid crisis by keeping opioids out of the hands of unauthorized individuals. "The installation of time delay safes at pharmacies in several of our Ohio markets has proven to be a deterrent for pharmacy robbers," said Alisa Ulrey, division vice president of CVS Pharmacy in Ohio. "We know that time delay safes, combined with other security policies and procedures in place at our stores, have drastically reduced robberies in our pharmacies and we are pleased to be able to implement them in all of our Ohio stores."