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         Drug Enforcement:     more books (100)
  1. Worldwide Heroin Situation Report-1992. by DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION PUBLICATION:, 1994
  3. Drug Enforcement Agency by Jessica De Grazia, 1991-10-03
  4. Law enforcement drug I.D. & symptom guide by Ken Whitley, 2000
  5. War on Drugs: Federal Assistance to State and Local Drug Enforcement
  6. Hot Shots and Heavy Hits: Tales of an Undercover Drug Agent by Paul Doyle, 2005-07-01
  7. Drug Enforcement Agent by Francis Mullen, 1989-03
  8. Pot clubs in peril: are San Francisco zoning boards a bigger threat to medical marijuana than the DEA?(Drug Enforcement Administration): An article from: Reason by Greg Beato, 2007-02-01
  9. American Journal of Police.Volume IX, Number 1, 1990.Special Issue:Drug Enforcement by Gary W. (editor) Cordner, 1990
  10. Street-Level Drug Enforcement: Examining the Issues
  11. Drug Enforcement Agents (At Risk Series) by Suzanne Lord, 1989-11
  12. Treatment and enforcement in government's anti-drug strategy.(SUBSTANCE ABUSE): An article from: Community Action by Gale Reference Team, 2007-10-15
  13. Crossing the Line: Immigrants, Economic Integration, and Drug Enforcement on the U.S.-Mexico Border (The U.S. Mexico, No 3) by Tom Barry, Harry Browne, et all 1994-01
  14. Drug Testing in Law Enforcement Agencies: Social Control in the Public Sector by James R. Brunet, 2004-10-29

21. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
drug enforcement ADMINISTRATION US Department of Justice. drug enforcement AdministrationPublic Affairs Section 700 Army Navy Drive Arlington, Virginia 22202.
US Department of Justice
Most wanted by DEA Welcome to the DEA Mexico City Country Office (MCCO) Web Page. The Drug Enforcement Administration, in coordination with other supporting U.S. Government agencies, assists the Government of Mexico in the conduct of counter narcotics operations against the production and transshipment of illicit drugs, and money laundering activities of major violators and their organizations. DEA provides the host nation's law enforcement authorities information and training to strengthen their institutional capabilities to prosecute key traffickers, collect drug intelligence, conduct investigation, and seize assets. The MCCO, is the DEA Country Office in Mexico and it oversees the five other Resident Offices in Mexico. These offices are located in Guadalajara, Hermosillo, Mazatlan, and Monterrey. It is with their help, along with the assistance of the Mexican government, that we are able to put a dent in the fight against Drug Trafficking, not only in Mexico, but around the world as well. If you are interested in seeing more information about the Drug Enforcement Administration, please visit our Headquarters' Home Page in Washington , D.C. at:

22. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Division Offices - State And Local Resourc
drug enforcement Administration (DEA) Division Offices. DEA Field DivisionOffices. States Served. DEA Atlanta Field Division 75 Spring
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Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
Division Offices DEA Field Division Offices States Served DEA Atlanta Field Division

75 Spring Street SW, Room 740
Atlanta, GA 30303
Georgia North Carolina South Carolina Tennessee DEA Chicago Field Division 230 South Dearborn Street, Suite 1200 Chicago, IL 60604 Illinois (partial) Indiana Minnesota North Dakota Wisconsin DEA Dallas Field Division 1880 Regal Row Dallas, TX 75235 Oklahoma Texas (partial) DEA Detroit Field Division 431 Howard Street Detroit, MI 48226 Kentucky Michigan Ohio DEA Houston Field Division Houston Division 1433 West Loop South Houston, TX 77027 Texas (partial) DEA Los Angeles Field Division 225 East Temple Street, 20th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90071 California (partial) Hawaii Nevada Guam DEA Miami Field Division 8400 Northwest 53rd Street Miami, FL 33166 Florida Puerto Rico DEA Midwest Field Division 7911 Forsythe Boulevard, Suite 500 St. Louis, MO 63105 Illinois (partial) Iowa Kansas Nebraska Missouri South Dakota DEA New England Field Division 50 Staniford Street Boston, MA 02203

23. Petition
Full text of the petition to the United States Department of Agriculture and the United States drug enforcement Administration to adopt regulations permitting industrial hemp cultivation.
Full Text of Industrial Hemp Petition
March 23, 1998 Mr. Donald Arbuckle, Acting Administrator
Office of Information and
Regulatory Affairs
Office of Management and Budget
Executive Office Building
Washington, DC 20503
Hand Delivered
Dear Mr. Arbuckle: Today, a coalition of individuals and organizations are jointly filing two administrative petitions, one with the United States Department of Agriculture and one with the United States Drug Enforcement Administration. The purpose of the petitions is to request the initiation of rule making proceedings at USDA and DEA that would lead to the enactment of regulations permitting the domestic production of a crop known as industrial hemp. Attached to this letter are copies of the two petitions, a single Memorandum in support of both petitions, and proposed USDA and DEA rules, which reflect the petitioners effort to carefully balance the needs of potential industrial hemp producers with the requirements of law enforcement agencies. Some law enforcement officials have opposed industrial hemp cultivation, because the crop belongs to the same species as the plant commonly known as Marijuana. The petitioners stand ready to work with the DEA, USDA, the Administration, the Congress, and other interested parties to further refine the rules to address legitimate concerns. Because implementation of our proposal would require coordinated efforts by USDA and DEA, and because of the importance of this issue for many Americans, we urge the Administration to take a strong leadership role in advancing this process.

24. Federal Law Enforcement Careers
A forum for people to discuss the federal law enforcement hiring process for positions in drug enforcement, the FBI, INS Officers, US Marshal Service, Postal Inspectors and others.

25. Drug Enforcement Administration
drug enforcement Administration. The drug enforcement Administration(DEA) is a United States Department of Justice law enforcement
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Drug Enforcement Administration
The Drug Enforcement Administration DEA ) is a United States Department of Justice law enforcement agency tasked with suppressing the sale of recreational drugs of abuse and enforcing the Controlled Substances Act of . In the act, Congress divided proscribed substances into five schedules (enforced by the DEA) based on a number of factors, including DEA's perceived potential for abuse and whether the Department of Health and Human Services recognizes any legitimate medical uses for the drug. Penalties for possession of illegal drugs vary according to the schedule of a substance. The DEA has been criticized for placing drugs which many researchers regard as having potential medical uses, such as MDMA , on highly restrictive schedules, even over the objections of many experts in the field of pharmacology and medicine . Critics claim that such decisions are motivated primarily by political factors stemming from the US government's War on Drugs , and that many potential benefits of such substances remain unknown due to the difficulty of conducting scientific research.

26. Drug Enforcement And Crime
drug enforcement and Crime Prior research by economists, however, suggests thatdrug enforcement may serve to increase, rather than decrease, crime.
Drug Enforcement and Crime:
Recent Evidence From New York State
DRAFT - COMMENTS WELCOME) November, 2003 by Edward M. Shepard,
(Telephone e-mail
: and Paul Blackley Economics Department, LeMoyne College, 1419 Salt Springs Road, Syracuse, New York 13214-1399 Abstract
Controversy over our nation’s illegal drug policies and the emphasis on criminal justice system approaches for enforcement has escalated in recent years. These drug policies have resulted in large and growing economic costs for the public sector, with substantial increases in resources used by federal and state drug control agencies, state and local police departments, federal and state attorneys, judges at all levels, state and federal prisons, drug education and treatment services, and research in related areas for drug control. Since President Nixon declared the “war on drugs” in 1970, public policies have stressed increased penalties and expanded public sector resources allocated to the criminal justice system for enforcing the nation’s policy of prohibition of drugs such as heroin, cocaine, amphetamines, and marijuana. As a result, the United States now allocates about 2/3 of federal “drug control” spending for enforcement and interdiction to agencies which use police power for investigations, arrests, prosecutions, and other activities associated with the criminal justice system.

27. DEA Museum & Visitors Center
Exhibits focused on educating the public on the history of the agency and on the impact of drug addiction from past to present. Features exhibits, education resources and visitor information.
Latest Museum News
5.19.2004 - The "Target America: Opening Eyes to the Damage Drugs Cause" traveling exhibit is coming to Times Square in New York City in the fall of 2004. "Target America" has captured the hearts of Americans around the country, helping to educate the public on the connection between drugs and terrorism. Now traveling to New York, the exhibit will be expanding to continue the goal of educating Americans about the consequences of illegal drug abuse. "Target America" will be at One Times Square from September 7, 2004 through January 31, 2005.
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Coordonnées géographiques et internet, téléphone et télécopiede INTERDEPARTMENTAL MISSION FOR drug enforcement.

29. Illinois Drug Enforcement Officers Association :: IDEOA
Establishing viable lines of communication and coordination of efforts among drug law enforcement entities in Illinois, to provide effective narcotics enforcement.
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The membership is composed of those sworn law enforcement officers whose primary responsibility is the enforcement of narcotics laws in the State of Illinois.
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Illinois Drug Enforcement Officers Association
Annual Training Conference
This years training conference was a big success. Thank you all for attending and stay tuned for information on next years conference as it develops
Learn More About Next Years Conference
April 6,7 and 8, 2005
Conference Information

The Illinois Drug Enforcement Officers Association is a non-profit association founded in 1989. Currently, the association is governed by a Board consisting of supervisors from the Chicago Police Department Lake County Metropolitan Enforcement Group DuPage County Metropolitan Enforcement Group , Joliet Metropolitan Area Narcotics Squad, Cook County Sheriff’s Police Illinois State Police and the Drug Enforcement Administration
The association believes effective narcotics enforcement is predicated on establishing viable lines of communication and coordination of efforts among drug law enforcement entities. We strive to provide narcotics enforcement personnel with training appropriate to their mission. To this end, we hold statewide

30. Drug Enforcement Admin.
Expert Voices . US Department of Justice - drug enforcement Administration. The mission of the drug enforcement Administration (DEA

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U.S. Department of Justice - Drug Enforcement Administration
"The mission of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is to enforce the controlled substances laws and regulations of the United States and bring to the criminal and civil justice system of the United States, or any other competent jurisdiction, those organizations and principal members of organizations, involved in the growing, manufacture, or distribution of controlled substances appearing in or destined for illicit traffic in the United States; and to recommend and support non-enforcement programs aimed at reducing the availability of illicit controlled substances on the domestic and international markets." (from the DEA Web site) The DEA has given Safer Child permission to reprint the following information on ADD/ADHD and stimulants (including Ritalin). Because the article is long, we have broken it up into several pages and added navigational tools for ease of browsing.
Stimulant Abuse What is ADHD?

31. DEA Briefs & Background, Drugs And Drug Abuse, Drug Descriptions, Methamphetamin
2 drug enforcement Administration,The Forms Of Methamphetamine, April 2002 3 SubstanceAbuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Summary of Findings
News from DEA News Releases Photo Library Audio/Video Library FOIA ... State Factsheets Law Enforcement Recent Cases Major Operations Intelligence Reports DEA Fugitives ... Statistics Drug Policy Controlled Substances Act Federal Trafficking Penalties Drug Scheduling DEA Resources For Contractors For Job Applicants For Law Enforcement For Legislators ... For Victims of Crime
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(Amphetamine, dextroamphetamine, methamphetamine, and their various salts are collectively referred to as amphetamines. In fact, their chemical properties and actions are so similar that even experienced users have difficulty knowing which drug they have taken. Methamphetamine is the most commonly abused.) Street terms for methamphetamine: Meth, poor man's cocaine, crystal meth, ice, glass, speed

32. DEA Survivors Benefit Golf Tournament
Provides information on tournament in Phoenix, AZ benefiting the drug enforcement Administration Survivors Fund.

33. DEA Home Page
Scottish Drugs Enforcement Agency. Scottish drug enforcement Agency Open For Business. The creation of the Scottish drug enforcement
Scottish Drugs Enforcement Agency
Scottish Drug Enforcement Agency - Open For Business
The creation of the Scottish Drug Enforcement Agency will mean that for the first time Scotland will have an organisation dedicated to tackling drug crime. It will build on the work already done by the enforcement agencies and it will help police forces to catch those who profit from human misery. Backed by a new national advertising campaign, Deputy Justice Minister Angus MacKay, SDEA Director Jim Orr and Mr John Orr, Chief Constable of Strathclyde Police unveiled the development and plan of action for the new body:
  • appointment of Deputy Director Detective Chief Superintendent Phil MacDonald and National Drugs Co-ordinator Detective Superintendent Matt Hamilton. The National Drugs Co-ordinator will work closely with the forthcoming Executive's Prevention and Effectiveness Unit; a national anti-drugs campaign, launched in partnership with Scottish police forces and Crimestoppers; a Scottish Intelligence Database will be developed to bring intelligence from forces and other enforcement agencies into a central point for analysis. It will help ensure a two way flow of intelligence with forces to help the work they and the SDEA do;

34. Drug Enforcement Agency Inspection Report
JUSTICE. drug enforcement Agency inspection report 24/07/2003. The Scottishdrug enforcement Agency has established a strong reputation
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Drug Enforcement Agency inspection report

The Scottish Drug Enforcement Agency has established a strong reputation both within the UK and abroad since its inception in June 2000, according to HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary Sir Roy Cameron. In his inspection report published today, Sir Roy said the SDEA's influence has also been evident in the development of intelligence-led policing in Scotland which is critical in addressing serious and organised crime. Similarly, the growth of the SDEA to encompass the Scottish Money Laundering Unit, the Scottish Witness Liaison Unit and the National Hi-Tech Crime Unit in Scotland can only enhance its role.

35. Scottish Drug Enforcement Agency Primary Inspection 2003: Contents Page
Next . Scottish drug enforcement Agency Primary Inspection 2003. AReport by Her Majesty s Inspectorate of Constabulary. This document
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Scottish Drug Enforcement Agency
Primary Inspection 2003
A Report by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary
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Executive Summary



Senior Management
Chief Officer Resilience
Accountability and Oversight
Policy And Strategy
Mission Statement and Strategic Aims National Drugs Co-ordinator People Management Developing Personnel Needs Sickness Recruitment Tenure Training Liaison for SDEA Officers with their Home Force Diversity Employment and Management of Support Staff Health and Safety Working Time Regulations Personnel Policy A Needs-Based Assessment for the SDEA Partnership And Resources Forces Government International Commitments UK Co-ordination Scottish Co-ordination Partnership Working Resources Funding Budgets Financial Systems Internal/External Audit Arrangements Property Management and Procurement Fleet Management Information and Communication Technology Best Value Overtime and Expenses Payments Finance Staff Corporate Development Processes Specialist Units Scottish Money Laundering Unit Scottish Witness Liaison Unit National Hi-Tech Crime Unit in Scotland Scottish Technical Support Unit Covert Intelligence Gathering

36. DEA - NTIS Products
drug enforcement Administration (DEA). The products advertised on thisWeb site contain the complete official DEA database of persons



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Drug Enforcement Administration(DEA)
The products advertised on this Web site contain the complete official DEA database of persons and organizations certified to handle controlled substances under the Controlled Substances Act. DEA authorizes the use of this database, and the inclusion of any individual or organization in the database, as proof of that entity's registration with the DEA. The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), as part of its efforts to control the abuse and misuse of controlled substances and chemicals used in producing some over-the-counter drugs, maintains databases of individuals registered to handle these substances. These databases are available from the National Technical Information Service (NTIS) as monthly and quarterly subscriptions.

37. Drug Enforcement Administration - Who Does What At The US Mission
The drug enforcement Administration (DEA) works together with German and internationaldrug law enforcement agencies on matters regarding international drug
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) works together with German and international drug law enforcement agencies on matters regarding international drug control programs and drug related money laundering.
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38. LSD - The Problem-Solving Psychedelic
Article that summarizes the events which eventually led to the scheduling by the US drug enforcement Administration of LSD into schedule I.

39. Times Record News: Local News
Base s new joint drug enforcement team takes off A newly installed enforcement teamaims to take a bite out of drugrelated crime at Sheppard Air Force Base.,1891,TRN_5784_2864480,00
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