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  1. Drug Characterization/Impurity Profiling: Background and Concepts - Manual for Use by National Law Enforcement Authorities and Drug Testing Laboratori by United Nations, 2003-03
  2. Multijurisdictional Drug Law Enforcement Strategies: Reducing Supply And Demand
  3. Traffickers: Drug Markets and Law Enforcement by Nicholas Dorn, 1991-12-20
  4. Corrido De Cocaine: Inside Stories of Hard Drugs, Big Money and Short Lives by Arturo Carrillo Strong, 1990-03
  5. Drugs of Abuse, 2003
  6. Weed and Seed, Indeed: Improving Coordination Between Enforcement and Treatment Efforts in Controlling Illegal Drug Use by Peter W. Greenwood, 1994-02
  7. STREET VALUE: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Encyclopedia of Drugs, Alcohol and Addictive Behavior</i> by PETER REUTER, MARY CARVLIN, 2001
  8. A sequential model for cracking down on street markets for illicit drugs [An article from: Socio-Economic Planning Sciences] by A. Baveja, M. Jamil, et all 2004-03-01
  9. 2004 World Drug Report
  10. Powderburns: Cocaine, Contras & the Drug War by Celerino, III Castillo, Dave Harmon, 1994-09
  11. Arresting the drug laws.(Law Enforcement Against Prohibition plans to change drug laws): An article from: The Progressive by David Silverberg, 2005-08-01
  12. A Shadow in the City: Confessions of an Undercover Drug Warrior by Charles Bowden, 2006-07-03
  13. Police, Drugs and Community by Mike Collison, 1996-02
  14. Protection against Habit-Forming Drugs: A Survey of Law Enforcement and Other Activities of the United States Treasury Department in Dealing with the Narcotic Problem. December 1936. by United States. Department of the Treasury., 1936

101. Government Executive Magazine - 8/1/00 Drug Enforcement Administration
From the Magazine. August 1, 2000 drug enforcement Administration. drug enforcementAdministration Tours on weekdays by appointment only. Groups welcome.
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If some of the teen-agers who can be found hanging out at Washington-area malls ever are tempted to use drugs, they would be well advised to spend a few minutes at the new Drug Enforcement Administration Museum. The museum, located in the lobby of DEA headquarters in Arlington, Va., seeks to “document the perils of the drug culture.” It also aims to “explain the past successes of federal drug law enforcement and the current challenges facing the United States.” It is, in fact, the first American museum to focus on drug abuse.
Anyone who grew up thinking that drug use in America began in the era of Jimmy Hendrix and Janis Joplin would find the museum’s display on the pervasiveness of drugs in our history to be a real eye-opener. Indeed, notes museum director Sean Fearns, “Our first display, a photomontage of a 1930s drugstore, shows us how far we’ve come from viewing illicit drugs as wonder drugs to now understanding their dramatic impact.” In that display, we learned that Bayer heroin bottles were once sold as an over-the-counter product, and until 1903, Coca-Cola contained cocaine.
Presented in chronological order, the museum exhibits focus on the following eras: America’s First Drug Epidemic (1850-1914), Enforcing New Drug Laws (1919-1950s), Rise of the Modern Drug Culture (1960s and 1970s), and Return of Cocaine and the Rise of Cartels (1970s and 1980s). A staff of 12 retired DEA agents volunteer as tour guides.

102. WNDU-TV: Story: Former Elkhart Drug Enforcement Head #160;charged With Meth Thef
Former Elkhart drug enforcement head charged with meth theft Larry Townsis also a retired Elkhart Police captain (See here in February
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fax: 877-734-8758 [Toll Free] Site Guide PRINT PAGE EMAIL PAGE Drug Enforcement Administration, 21 Health Groups Call for Balanced Policy on Prescription Pain Medications Like OxyContin Goal is to Protect Legitimate Use of Prescription Drugs for Patients in Pain For more information contact: Carol Schadelbauer or Mollie Katz, 301-652-1558 Michael Chapman, Public Affairs, DEA, 202-307-7977 Embargoed for release until 12:00 Noon EDT, Tuesday, October 23, 2001 Hutchinson stood with groups representing physicians, nurses, pharmacists and patient advocates at a press conference held to release a consensus statement on prescription pain medications such as OxyContin, an opioid that has received wide attention as a new drug of choice by substance abusers. Opioid analgesics are a class of natural and synthetic medication that relieves moderate to severe pain. The joint statement noted that for many patients, these drugs offer the most effective way to treat their pain, and often the only option that provides significant relief. Because opioids are one of several types of controlled substances that have potential for abuse, they are carefully regulated by the DEA and other state agencies. For example, a physician must be licensed by State medical authorities and registered with the DEA before prescribing a controlled substance.

104. Drug War Facts: Militarization Of Drug Enforcement
Drug War Facts. Militarization of drug enforcement. Brief Chronologyof Domestic Military Involvement. 1878The Posse Comitatus Act
Militarization of Drug Enforcement
Brief Chronology of Domestic Military Involvement
  • 1878-The Posse Comitatus Act makes it illegal for the military to act as police on U.S. territory or waters. 1981-Posse Comitatus Act is amended to allow limited military involvement in policing. 1991-Posse Comitatus Act is amended to allow counter-drug training of civilian police by the military. 1995-Joint Task Force 6, under direction of the Defense Secretary, is expanded to the entire continental United States. It has 700 troops, including 125 combat-ready troops on the U.S.-Mexican border. (Houston Chronicle, 1997, June 22) May 1997- Esequiel Hernandez click here July 2000-US Congress approves $1.3 Billion in military aid to Colombia to fight their drug war as part of "Plan Colombia". An additional 60 combat helicopters are approved for use in Colombia, and the cap on US military personnel assisting in the Colombian conflict is doubled to 500.
"The US Congress approved in July 2000 an emergency supplemental assistance request for fiscal years 2000-2001 of $1.32 billion, of which $862.3 million was allocated to Colombia and the balance to neighboring countries (primarily Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador) and to US agencies' Andean region antidrug operations. Of the $862.3 million allocated to Colombia, $521.2 million is new assistance to the Colombian armed forces and $123.1 is assistance to the police, with the rest ($218 million) going to alternative economic development, aid to displaced persons, judicial reform, law enforcement, and promotion of human rights.

105. Campus Safety And Transportation - University Of La Verne
Alcohol and drug enforcement Policies. The University of La Verneis a “dry” campus. University policy prohibits possession and
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The University of La Verne is a “dry” campus. University policy prohibits possession and/or consumption of any alcoholic beverage while on university property. This policy also prohibits the possession of empty alcoholic beverage containers, even as mementos or decoration. The University holds those present and/or sponsoring organizations accountable for disorderly behavior. Any student under the influence of alcohol on university property or university jurisdiction will be held accountable for his/her actions. All students present in rooms where alcohol is being possessed or consumed will be held accountable, regardless if they have or have not been drinking. The use or possession of any illegal drugs, including marijuana, on campus is expressly forbidden. Violation of either the alcohol or drug policy may result in one or more of the following sanctions:
  • Referral to on-campus alcohol/drug education meetings Social suspension Termination of student housing contracts Suspension or dismissal from the University of La Verne Possibility of criminal sanctions

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106. UW Medicine - Drug Enforcement Registration Policy
Education » Residencies And Clinical Fellowships » Coordinator Resources »drug enforcement Registration Policy drug enforcement Registration Policy.

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All incoming Residents and Fellows who write prescriptions are requested to register for individual DEA numbers. Residents and Fellows may have the $210.00 fee waived by using the University of Washington GME Office address and obtaining the required signature. Registration achieved by this means cannot be used for any other purpose than for the care of patients within the University Affiliated Hospitals. A waived DEA registration may not be used in any way for outside professional activities (e.g., moonlighting). If a Resident’s or Fellow’s fee has been waived by University of Washington certification and the resident or fellow graduates from or otherwise leaves the program prior to the expiration of his/her DEA registration, such a resident or fellow must notify the local DEA Office of any address change and discuss payment to cover the period of time that is not waived. Continuing Residents and Fellows may use their four digit institutional medical staff number for prescriptions in-house. For prescriptions out-of-house the institutional DEA number for the medical center that they are rotating at may be used. Residents and Fellows using the institutional DEA number must hyphenate their four digit institutional medical staff number end of the institutional DEA number as an identifier. The institution’s DEA registration number cannot be used for any other purpose than for the care of patients within the scope of their residency or fellowship. There are no exceptions to this rule.

107. US Drug Control Policy And International Operations
drug enforcement Mis Administration (DEA). The majority of the blame for this lackof success rests squarely with the US drug enforcement Administration (DEA). Drug Control Policy and IR Ops.htm
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On September 5, 1989, America declared war on drugs. The U.S. President stated "We must rise up united and express our intolerance." He also made it clear that "The rules have changed." On the same date President Bush announced his administration's plan to combat drugs and identified the critical areas to be addressed. However, an analysis of the drug war and its progress so far will reveal that the U.S. 's foundation for conducting the full spectrum of drug and narcotics control options remains defective. In certain aspects, existing shortcomings of Mexican drug control policy worldwide have their root in the collective mindset and the bureaucratic structure of the United States Government. Even though recent efforts have been made to address this problem, lack of a strategic vision is the one area that continues to plague the drug control policy. America's initial involvement in the drug war took shape without well defined objectives, a comprehensive plan of action, or a clear appreciation of the resources likely to be required. Unable to see the drug war as a whole, the United States Government improvised, addressing problems in isolation as they appeared. If a lack of strategic vision is a shortcoming that impedes progress, then an absence of a national level experience base has equally debilitated our domestic and foreign drug control efforts.

108. Drug Enforcement Program (DEP)
. Thanks to continuing support from Governor......drug enforcement Program (DEP) Last modified August 15, 2003. TOP ofpageProgram
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Last modified: August 15, 2003 Program Description All eligible applicants are encouraged to apply for funding. Please note that completed applications for State Fiscal Year 2002-2003 are due FRIDAY, March 22, 2002 by 4:30 PM . Late applications cannot be accepted. Early submission is permissible. Electronic or faxed submissions will not be accepted. For Further Information, Contact: Lisa Secondo, Phone: (860) 418-6391; Fax: (860) 418-6496;
E-mail: Link to: Program Objective Statement To support state and local drug law enforcement efforts, school-based substance abuse education, crime prevention activities, and special drug prosecution units. Eligibility 169 Connecticut Municipalities (applying individually or regionally); the State Department of Public Safety's Statewide Narcotics Task Force and the Division of Criminal Justice (Office of the Chief State's Attorney) Grant Activity Fiscal Year 2002: Amount awarded - $9,661,401.

109. W&D | Publications | Articles | The Electronic Beat Of Drug Enforcement
The Electronic Beat of drug enforcement Source Financial Tribune,November 17, 2003 Author David C. Grigsby, Robert S. Huie Even

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    Bureau of Criminal Investigation drug enforcement Division. drug enforcementDivision. The drug enforcement Division (DED) was established
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    Drug Enforcement Division Drug Enforcement Division The Drug Enforcement Division (DED) was established to provide full-time attention to the enforcement of drug laws in Virginia, and is committed to supporting local law enforcement agencies in their efforts. DED Regional Field Offices DED has in excess of 100 special agents across the Commonwealth responsible for performing operational narcotics enforcement investigations, including special undercover, wire intercept and marijuana eradication efforts. DED also routinely assists with federal and local law enforcement narcotics investigations. Joint VSP/Federal Task Forces Federal agencies and DED personnel have combined their resources to reduce criminal activity and to enforce state and federal narcotic laws. Personnel from the VSP Drug Enforcement Division and Aviation Unit, the Lebanon Police Dept., Russel County Sheriff's Office, and the Washington County Sheriff's Office recently collaborated in an investigation that netted a half-ton of marijuana worth an estimated street value of $3 million dollars. Multi-Jurisdictional Task Forces DED participates in 25 multi-jurisdictional task forces throughout the state. These task forces consist of state and local investigators pooling resources and personnel to combat illicit narcotics manufacturing, trafficking and usage in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

    112. TRAC: DEA Site - Comprehensive, Independent, And Nonpartisan Information About D
    Findings Federal drug sentences down; but after a dip, drug prosecutions reach Presentsa bird s eye view of current national DEA enforcement activities, and
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    A good place to begin! Presents a bird's eye view of current national DEA enforcement activities, and how these differ from the past practices.
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    113. FDA Enforcement Report Index
    FDA enforcement Report Index. The FDA enforcement Report is publishedweekly by the Food and drug Administration. It contains information
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    116. Norchem Drug Testing
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    The product of a partnership between the Maricopa County Attorney's Office, law enforcement, drug treatment providers, and drug prevention agencies throughout Arizona.

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