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         Drug Prevention & Enforcement General:     more books (18)
  1. Drug Enforcement Administration (Rescue and Prevention) by Clive Somerville, 2002-10
  2. Drug control National Guard counter-drug support to law enforcement agencies : report to the Chairman, Legislation and National Security Subcommittee, ... Representatives (SuDoc GA 1.13:NSIAD-91-113) by U.S. General Accounting Office, 1991
  3. Illegal Drug Use in the United Kingdom: Prevention, Treatment and Enforcement
  4. America's Drug Enforcement Airforce: Customs, Coast Guard, Cap, Dea and Dod Airborne Drug Busters (Power Series) by Nena Wiley, 1992-06
  5. Drug Interdiction:Partnerships, Legal Principles, and Investigative Methodologies for Law Enforcement by George S. Steffen, Samuel Candelaria, 2002-12-27
  6. Drug Warriors and Their Prey: From Police Power to Police State by Richard Lawrence Miller, 1996-02-28
  7. Drug Interdiction: Partnerships, Legal Principles, and Investigative Methodologies for Law Enforcement, Second Edition by George S. Steffen, Samuel M. Candelaria, 2010-04-05
  8. The Narc's Game: Organizational and Informational Limits on Drug Law Enforcement by Peter K. Manning, 1980-04-02
  9. European Drug Policies and Enforcement
  10. Illegal Drug Markets: From Research to Prevention Policy (Crime Prevention Studies)
  11. Sense and Nonsense About Crime and Drugs: A Policy Guide (Contemporary Issues in Crime and Justice Series) by Samuel Walker, 1997-08
  12. The Great Drug War: And Radical Proposals That Could Make America Safe Again by Arnold S. Trebach, 1987-06
  13. Prohibition Enforcement: Charting a New Mission by Martin Alan Greenberg, 1999-11
  14. Civil Remedies and Crime Prevention (Crime Prevention Studies)

1. Adolescent Addiction: Alcohol And Drugs
ALCOHOL drug prevention. FOR TEACHERS, LAW enforcement PARENT GROUPS FL, to Virginia Beach, VA, to educate the general public about the effects and problems of addiction among
Teen Addiction

Confronting Drug Use
Handling Manipulation
Newsletter Features
Gateways to Drugs

Peer Pressure
Saying No
Consequences ... Paraphernalia NODRUGS.COM SCHOOLS Assembly Program NODRUGS.COM COOL STUFF NODRUGS.COM ORDER FORM NODRUGS.COM WE THANK STREET-WISE DRUG PREVENTION BICYCLE TOUR, MAY 10-MAY 22 "Don't do drugs. Ruff Ruff." See pictures of the drug prevention tour Read the trip journal. Guillermo D. Jalil President of NO MORE DRUGS Picture by David Michael Photography In May 1998, anti-drug advocate Guillermo D. Jalil, president of NO MORE DRUGS, Inc., embarked on a 900 mile journey from Orlando, FL, to Virginia Beach, VA, to educate the general public about the effects and problems of addiction among our youth. During his adventure, Jalil faced many challenges, including being sideswiped by a minivan in Savannah, GA. As he rode through six states in twelve days, he encountered the chase of nineteen dogs and was startled by a crocodile in South Carolina who wanted a snack in his bicycle pack. The tour, which was captured on digital video and recently transformed into three videos - totalling 54-minutes - on one VHS cassette is now available to schools, police officers and parent groups. During the biking tour, Jalil teamed up with the international anti-violence organization "Stop the Violence-Face the Music" to educate parents on how to talk to their children about drugs.

2. Mike Fisher - Pennsylvania Office Of Attorney General
Office of the Attorney general, Strawberry Square, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 17120. Kids Teens, Violence prevention, drug prevention, drug Demand Reduction Unit, Consumer Civil Rights enforcement, Online Complaint Forms. U.S. Attorney general John Ashcroft,
Press Office Criminal Law Public Protection Public Education ... National OAG's OAG Spotlight Attorney General Mike Fisher Applauds Federal Ruling Upholding Lambert Conviction
Attorney General Fisher's statement
U.S. District Court ruling
Attorney General Mike Fisher's Do Not Call List
Attorney General Mike Fisher has launched Pennsylvania's statewide "Do-Not-Call" registration program that will allow consumers to significantly reduce the unsolicited telemarketing calls they are receiving at home.
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Report Incidents of Child Pornography on the Internet:
Attorney General Mike Fisher is providing Pennsylvania citizens the opportunity to report child pornography on the Internet.

3. Drugstory | Prevention And Treatment | Drug Prevention
general Information, and assesses what works in prevention, treatment, and law enforcement. roleof religion and spirituality in drug prevention and treatment.
Drug Prevention
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Youth Prevention Family Intervention National Programs Drug Treatment
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Methods Programs Specific Populations ... In the News General Information
Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP)

Establishes policies, priorities and objectives for the nation's drug control program. Prevention Page
Offers information, publications and other resources on substance use prevention. National Priorities: Stopping Use Before it Starts (February 2002)
An excerpt from the National Drug Control Strategy that provides an overview of federal efforts to prevent drug use and disrupt the drug market. National Institute on Drug Abuse

A respected scientific research institution that studies and disseminates information on drug abuse and addiction prevention, treatment and policy. Prevention Research
Links to NIDA publications, research reports, notes and news releases on drug use prevention. Cost-Benefit/Cost-Effectiveness Research of Drug Abuse Prevention "Implications for Programming and Policy." Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA)

4. The Coalition For Drug Abuse Prevention
$1 Spent on prevention SAVES $15 in Other Areas (enforcement, treatment, courts, workplace general Info. The Coalition for drug Abuse prevention. 8064 North Point
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drug enforcement Administration; Mike Fisher, Pennsylvania Attorney general; James E. Copple, Vice. President for Public Policy and Program Development, National Crime. prevention

FOR RELEASE July 22, 1999 CONTACT Charlotte Grim PHONE (313) 5564845.general MOTORS RECOGNIZED AS LEADER IN drug enforcement, prevention.
FOR RELEASE: July 22, 1999 CONTACT: Charlotte Grim PHONE: (313) 556-4845
Cleveland, OHIO General Motors was honored today for its commitment to providing employees with a drug-free work environment. The award was presented to GM by the National Drug Enforcement Officers Association (NDEOA) at its national training conference in Cleveland. General Motors was selected for the award because of its efforts to enforce a strict "zero-tolerance" approach to drug use in the workplace and its support of law enforcement agencies working in the field to prevent drug use and drug dealing. "GM's practices have been utilized as a benchmark for other industries," said Charles R. Carroll, vice chairman of NDEOA's Corporate Advisory Committee. "GM's drug policy contains all the elements of 'good stewardship,' including enforcement and investigation. GM helps its employees and the communities in which it operates develop a strong commitment to a drug-free lifestyle." "The health and safety of our employees is GM's overarching priority," said Gordon Kettler, general director of Global Security for GM. "GM pursues many avenues to help prevent and eliminate substance abuse in the workplace." Kettler said GM focuses extensive resources on helping employees manage their personal well being, including the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and our LifeSteps health promotion program.

7. An Act Concerning The Drug Enforcement Grant Program.
Office of Justice Programs Budget Summary. drug enforcement Administration Budget Summary general Fact Sheets general drug prevention information from the federal government
General Assembly Proposed Bill No. 5459 February Session, 2000 LCO No. Referred to Committee on Public Safety Introduced by: REP. KEELEY, 125 th Dist. An Act Concerning The Drug Enforcement Grant Program. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened: That section 21a-274a of the general statutes, concerning the drug enforcement grant program, be amended to provide that grants made by the state to municipalities for purposes of the enforcement of laws concerning controlled substances and crime prevention activities related to the enforcement of such laws shall be made on a competitive basis, and that an evaluation and accounting of such program be performed to determine whether the purposes and programs for which municipalities are authorized to expend such grant monies including, but not limited to, paying for police overtime, should be revised. Statement of Purpose: To revise the manner in which the state makes drug enforcement grants to municipalities and ensure that the grant monies are well spent.

8. Drug Enforcement Program (DEP)
John G. Rowland and the general Assembly, the drug enforcement Program (DEP controlledsubstances, supporting substance abuse prevention education in
Drug Enforcement Program (DEP)
Last modified: November 15, 2002 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: For questions regarding the DEP Enforcement and Crime Prevention Components , contact Jack Bates , phone: (860) 418-6210; fax: (860) 418-6496; e-mail: For questions regarding the DEP Education Component , 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)

9. NCJRS: Club Drugs Resources -- Related Resources
policymakers, practitioners, and the general public about the Federal drug controlpolicy, drug prevention, drug treatment, enforcement, and various



Drugs and Crime

Criminal Justice

In the Spotlight

Forensic Science

Prisoner Reentry

School Safety

Club Drugs
... View All Subjects Club Drugs Resources - Related Resources Club Drugs Summary Legislation Publications Programs Related Resources NCJRS Abstracts Database NCJRS Calendar of Events Alphabetical List of Related Resources A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Addiction Science Research and Education Center With a focus on describing the brain's involvement in addiction, this site discredits popular drug myths and presents current facts about alcohol and drug pharmacology. Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) The Center for Substance Abuse Prevention connects people and resources to innovative ideas and strategies and encourages efforts to reduce and eliminate alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drug problems both nationally and internationally. Center for Substance Abuse Research (CESAR) The Center for Substance Abuse Research informs policymakers, practitioners, and the general public about substance abuse—its nature and extent, its prevention and treatment, and its relation to other problems.

10. #09-04-02: Opening Remarks By Deputy Attorney General Larry D. Thompson OCDETF S
years. Only a multifaceted drug strategy with prevention, treatment,and enforcement can get us there. But
FINAL Opening Remarks by
Deputy Attorney General
Larry D. Thompson
OCDETF Southwest Regional Conference
September 4, 2002
San Diego, California

It is a privilege to be here in the Southwest Region of the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Forces. It truly was the opportunity to be a part of the OCDETF renaissance that was one of the things that lured me from private practice back into Government service. And I particularly want to thank Core City U.S. Attorney Mike Shelby for his leadership in moving this important OCDETF program forward. It was Mike who observed immediately that the effective administration of OCDETF demands accountability and full time, focused management by the regional coordinators. Other OCDETF Regions are now beginning to follow Mike's lead. Presently, our country and the Department of Justice are grappling with some of the most profound perils it has ever faced . the continuing threat of terrorism of unspeakable dimensions, and pervasive corporate fraud that corrupts our economy and destroys the important investor confidence in our market. Yet, the drug problem in this country remains one of our most serious and crippling. We cannot ever forget this. And think about this: Terrorists may have taken 3,000 souls from us on September 11 . but drug traffickers take at least 16,000 American lives every single year. These same traffickers cost the United States $400 billion each year in substance abuse and addiction. The stakes are too high. We simply cannot afford to ignore this crisis or let other issues in this country divert our attention from drug enforcement.

11. Narcotics Links - International Information Programs, U.S. Department Of State
more effectively in the general health system The drug enforcement Administration(DEA) manages the regional teen leaders responsible for prevention programs in
Prevention/Treatment International Resources Enforcement
Drugs and Crime
    Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
    "DEA is the lead Federal agency in enforcing narcotics and controlled substance laws and regulations." The Administration maintains liaison with the United Nations, INTERPOL, and other organizations on matters relating to international narcotics control programs. It has offices throughout the United States and in 50 foreign countries. Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering (FATF)
    FATF is an inter-governmental body. This site was established by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN)
    FinCEN is one of the bureaus of the U. S. Department of the Treasury. Its mission is to "foster interagency and global cooperation against domestic and international financial crimes." National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS)
    National Criminal Justice Reference Service acts on behalf of the agencies of the U. S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, and the Office of National Drug Control Policy. NCJRS was established by the National Institute of Justice as an international information clearinghouse.

12. 16.005 - Public Education On Drug Abuse_Information
provided to law enforcement agencies, educational organizations and institutions,and the general public to assist in drug abuse prevention programs through

13. Web Links From The Institute Of Criminal Justice Studies
Provides extensive links to criminal justice information for professionals.Category Society Crime Research...... Service Canada Department of the Solicitor general of Canada Research Centers forDisease Control and prevention drug enforcement Administration The
Serving the training needs of criminal justice professionals for over 26 years.
This is one of the most comprehensive web links pages
for Criminal Justice Information on the Internet.
If you discover that these links are no longer in service,
please take a minute to E-mail us so we can take action to update this pag e. Crime Prevention Law Enforcement Government
... Internet Search Tools LAW ENFORCEMENT Australian Institute of Criminology
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms

Canadian Crime Prevention Centre

Canadian Police College
National Conference of State Legislatures
Partnerships Against Violence
(Pavnet Online) Rand Corporation Scandinavian Research Council for Criminology Swedish National Police Law Library U. S. Department of Justice ... Web of Addictions GOVERNMENT Local Government National Office for Local Government Texas Local Government Web Sites USA CityLink Home Page Texas Government Office of the Governor Criminal Justice Division - Office of the Governor State of Texas- List of Agencies, Commissions, and Universities - Comprehensive lising of all state agencies Texas Law Librarians' Home page ... Window on State Government Federal Government THOMAS: Federal Legislation Library of Congress FedWorld - Federal Government Gateway Government Printing Office ... U.S. Census Bureau

14. NHTSA: People: Injury Prevention: Traffic Law Enforcement
the past ten years in the areas of alcohol and drug-impaired driving Guidelinesfor a Suspended or Revoked Operator enforcement Program The National Sheriffs

D-F G-I J-L ... V-Z [ A-C ] Compendium of Traffic Safety Research Projects: A Decade and Beyond (posted 02-00)
This Compendium is an annotated bibliography of almost 200 behavioral research and evaluation projects sponsored by NHTSA over the past ten years in the areas of: alcohol- and drug-impaired driving, occupant protection, speed and other unsafe driving actions, pedestrian and bicyclist safety, older drivers, and novice and young drivers. [ D-F ] Guidelines for a Suspended or Revoked Operator Enforcement Program
The National Sheriffs' Association, is proud to have taken the lead in researching, testing, and publishing a model program entitled "Guidelines for a Suspended or Revoked Operator Enforcement Program." This program has proven to be a very effective enforcement tool for administrators desiring to address the growing problem of multiple suspended or revoked operators who openly disregard compliance with the law by continuing to drive. Download PDF version ( [ G-I ] Highway Safety Desk Book
This publication was made possible through the generous financial contribution of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The Advisory Committee on Highway Safety of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) also acknowledges the hard work and creativity of the following people and their staffs who contributed articles or information for this deskbook

15. MEDLINEplus: Drug Abuse
Resource that provides links to a wide range of substance abuse resources, provided by the US National Category Health Addictions Substance Abuse...... general/Overviews drug Abuse How to Break the American Council for drug Education;drug enforcement Administration; for Alcohol and Other drug prevention (Dept.
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16. MEDLINEplus: Prescription Drug Abuse
general/Overviews Prescription drug Use and prevention/Screening Preventing and Detecting AspectsBenzodiazepines (drug enforcement Administration); Depressants
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17. Health And Enforcement In Partnership
drug awareness/prevention programmes. Both health/social agencies and enforcementagencies are involved in general awareness and prevention programmes.
This modest review of collaborative projects across Canada has limitations, but it meets the research goal of examining activities across the country. It began by making contacts in all regions, including both rural and urban areas. The initial step was a letter soliciting contacts for collaborative projects. Recipients represented broad sectoral areas, including:
  • Canadian police services in all provinces and territories
  • All provincial addictions agencies and ministries of Health/Social Services
  • Department of Justice regional offices
  • Regional offices of Solicitor General Canada
  • Health Promotion and Social Development offices of Health Canada
  • All known needle exchanges
  • Known collaborative projects
The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) assisted with reaching local police departments and provincial police. Needle exchanges proved very cooperative and an excellent contact for other health/social agencies within their communities. Recipients of these letters referred the research team to others working on collaborative projects. Information was also volunteered by people working on enforcement, health or social projects and who heard about the research from friends and associates.

18. Texas Attorney General
of purposes, including drug abuse prevention, treatment, or to law enforcement andthe interdiction of drug crimes The Civil enforcement Section of the Attorney
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Training Programs
The Attorney General provides resources for law enforcement though the criminal justice divisions of his agency. The divisions provide technical assistance in a number of key areas and are available to coordinate local, state and federal efforts when necessary to successfully combat multi-jurisdictional criminal actvity. The educational, investigational, and prosecutorial resources of the Attorney General's Office are readily available to augment other state agency, county or municipal resources. CRIMINAL LAW ENFORCEMENT CONFERENCE Each Fall, the Attorney General holds a three-day Criminal Law Enforcement Conference in Austin. This year's conference is scheduled for November 13-15, 2000. A registration form will be available at this web site. Call (512) 475-4762 or e-mail Also, please visit our CLU Calendar for Criminal Law related events. CRIMINAL JUSTICE PUBLICATIONS. As a resource for law enforcement, the Attorney General publishes the

19. Attorney General Lockyer Releases Educational Videos Designed To Combat The Meth
also augmented the Department of Justice's Bureau of Narcotic enforcement forceby Of those drug agents, 10 will be assigned as prevention Education Agents
OFFICE OF THE AG PUBLICATIONS CONTACT US SEARCH ... LINKS TO STATE SITES Attorney General Lockyer Releases Educational Videos Designed to Combat the Methamphetamine Crisis January 29, 1999
(SACRAMENTO) Attorney General Bill Lockyer today released two educational videos designed toeducate the public about the dangers of methamphetamine. The first, Meth, the Great Deceiver , targets a teen audience. It delivers startling facts and compelling, true life stories of the violence and destruction that follow in the wake of using the drug. The second, Where Meth Goes Violence and Destruction Follow! is for a general audience. It outlines the meth problem in California and examines the violence, child abuse, social damage and environmental damage caused by the drug.
The Great Deceiver ... is designed to teach teens that meth does not make you smarter, look better, or work more efficiently. Teens will learn that meth use will lead them down a road to empty ambitions, failed dreams and rotten teeth. Methamphetamine destroys lives, " said Lockyer. " Where Meth Goes...

20. Steven Schrage: Statement In The Third Committee Of The General Assembly On Crim
International Narcotics and Law enforcement Affairs, on Agenda Items 100 and 101Crime prevention and Criminal Justice and International drug Control, Third

September 30, 2002
Statement by Steven Schrage, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State - Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, on Agenda Items 100 and 101: Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice and International Drug Control, Third Committee, September 30, 2002 Thank you, Mr. Chairman. Let me begin by congratulating you on your election to chair this important committee. In my nation, just over a year ago, and less than four miles away from where we sit today, two buildings symbolic of international trade and the growing ties between nations crashed to the ground, in an event that sent shock waves through this international city and around the world. Even before the dust settled, both literally and figuratively, a coalition of nations arose, committed to confronting those responsible for the horrific events that day—events that took the lives of not only Americans, but citizens from 80 other countries around the globeand to ensuring that such events would not happen again. Together we moved quickly to confront the direct sources of attacks of September 11

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