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cont. from above right) o Signs of Crack Addiction o New Mexico Rehabs Help/Prevention Addiction Center dot com Drug Abuse dot com Drug Tip Hotline-(505) 428-3737- Santa Fe NM dot gov Government EffortsAGE o 2017-The President’s Commission on Combating drug addictionand the opiod crisis o 2014/05/14-Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control hearing America’s Addiction to Opioids: Heroin and Prescription Drug Abuse o 2008-Northern New Mexico Drug Interdiction Summit Final Report o 1999 Hearing to Combat Heroin Addiction ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DRUG ENFORCEMENT: Task Force/DEA DEA dot gov DEA and The Task Force Program State and Local Task Forces Excerpt: The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is charged with the enforcement of the Controlled Substances Act as well as investigation of the highest level of domestic and international narcotics traffickers. Established in 1973, this anti-drug agency combined the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs (BNDD) and Customs’ drug agents to provide exclusive enforcement of federal drug laws. DWith the direct cooperation of our state and local partners, the creation of the Task Force Program is one of the most productive ways that DEA enforces these laws. Region II Narcotics Task Force Excerpt: The Region II Narcotics Task Force is a multi-jurisdiction­al / multi-agency entity, established through its coordinating council to reduce narcotics use, sales, and traffick­ing within San Juan County. The task force attacks drug dealing at all lev­els: street, mid, and upper-level traf­fickers, as well as organized trafficking conspira­cies. These alliances are best dealt with via the multi-jurisdictional concept, as they span city, county, and tribal land boundaries within the State of New Mex­ico. This coordinated effort provides a means for pooling equipment, expertise and manpow­er within the region. In July of 1999, San Juan County was designated as a high intensity drug traf­ficking area (HIDTA). The additional funding and manpower pro­vided by this program allows for increased interdiction and investigative efforts in San Juan County by mem­bers of the task force. The additional resources will allow for a more concerted effort by the task force in the area of disrupting organized metham­phetamine distribu­tion operations. The task force continues to maintain a strong working relationship with local, state, and federal agencies. Region II is committed to the apprehension and conviction of drug traffickers, drug trafficking organizations, and gang members in San Juan County. Region II is also responsible for training and teaching patrol personnel current drug trends, teaching at the police academy, and teaching drug awareness classes to civic groups. Region III Narcotics Task Force Southwest Border HIDTA - Partnership of Five Regions Efforts at Synchronization Excerpt: The Southwest Border High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area is a partnership of five regions along the Southwest Border. It includes New Mexico, West Texas, South Texas, Arizona, and the San Diego-Imperial HIDTA (SDI) which is the southern part of California. The partnership's mission is to develop a synchronized system that involves the coordination of drug intelligence, interdiction, investigation, and prosecution, thereby reducing the impact of illicit drugs in each of the regions and other areas of the country. HELPFUL INFORMATION - DRUGS, ADDICTIONS, SIGNS, HELP CENTERS, DRUG TIP HOTLINE Note: nothing on this list as meant as a recommendation or endorsement; it is very important to research drug rehab and counseling centers before you use their services; no two services will think and operate the same; counseling is as good as the staff, education, professionalism and ethics of the centers; centers can change personnel and approaches over time. Sage Clinic: 17 facts about alcohol and drug addiction in New Mexico; signs of Meth usage Heroin Impacts on Brain Cocaine Addiction Signs of Opioid Addiction Fentanyl/Opioid Addiction Signs of Crack Addiction New Mexico Rehabs Help/Prevention Drug Addiction Center New Mexico - Rehabs Albuquerque Area Drug Tip Hotline DRUG TIP HOTLINE (505) 428-3737 Governmental Efforts (at Prescribing Programs and Approaches to Combat Addictive Drug Problems) 2017 THE PRESIDENT’S COMMISSION ON COMBATING DRUG ADDICTION AND THE OPIOID CRISIS Roster of Commissioners Governor Chris Christie, Chairman Governor Charlie Baker Governor Roy Cooper Congressman Patrick J. Kennedy Professor Bertha Madras, Ph.D. Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi 2014 2014/05/14 Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control hearing America’s Addiction to Opioids: Heroin and Prescription Drug Abuse america%E2%80%99s-addiction-opioids-heroin-and The hearing examined prescription drug abuse and the role it plays in the increased use of heroin in the United States, as well as how the federal government can help reduce opioid abuse. Senator Feinstein's Statement | Senator Grassley's Statement Senator Udall's Statement | letter to Attorney General Holder america%E2%80%99s-addiction-opioids-heroin-and 2008 Northern New Mexico Drug Interdiction Summit Final Report f PDF in drug trafficking, theft, and other crimes that come with increased demand for ... Mexico Drug Interdiction Summit being convened in Espanola,. New Mexico ... 1999 1999 Hearing to Combat Heroin Addiction Updates: 2023/01/24 moved back to PF from PFNM; 2020/04/27 Brief Links/created separate page; created separate page Areas; added articles: Deming Headlight-2020/02/14 Alamagordo News- 2020/01/13; Alb. Jrnl-2013/04/04; NewsChannel 10-2019/12/03 and 2019/04/04; DEA-2019/09/20; info on DEA/Task Force; Structural/organizational corrections and additions made; 2020/03/27-ICE 2014/02/27; Daily Times-2019/07/26; 2020/02/22 two drug pages merged-policefactor nm drugs and rivergold nm drugs; 10/07/2017 Justice dot gov 29 San Juan Co; police factor page started 2016/06/04
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