Kentucky State Police now have access to fentanyl response kits to help them avoid contact with the dangerous opioid. Grant funds from Passport Health Plan allowed the department to spend 25-thousand dollars on the kits. They consist of protective suits, gloves, masks and safety glasses. The Kentucky State Police Commissioner says troopers continually come in contact with fentanyl. The dangerous drug can cause an overdose just by touching it and is about 100-times more potent than morphine.