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DEA Announces Review of International Operations

The Drug Enforcement Administration today announced a comprehensive review of DEA’s international operations and foreign footprint, including administrative and financial support for those operations...

Chicago CBP Seizes More Counterfeit DEA Badges

Just last weekend, U.S. Customs and Border Protections (CBP) officers at the Chicago International Mail Branch (IMF) seized eight Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) badges and...

Counterfeit DEA and FBI Badges Stopped by Chicago CBP

This isn’t the first time CBP has seen counterfeit federal law enforcement badges. They have seen counterfeit U.S. Marshal badges and other knock-off law enforcement badges.

Two Pakistani Nationals Extradited to the United States to Face Drug Charges in the Southern District of New York

Maulabaksh Gorgeech and Niamatullah Gorgeech, Asia-based drug traffickers, began communicating and meeting with individuals whom they believed were heroin traffickers interested in purchasing multi-kilogram quantities of heroin for importation into the United States in late 2019.

El Paso Sector Agents Locate Stash Houses and $600K Worth of Methamphetamine

U.S. Border Patrol Agents from the El Paso Sector recently discovered 134 migrants inside three separate stash houses, along with over $600k worth of Methamphetamine.

Ridge, Brennan Sign Letter Urging Biden to Declare Fentanyl WMD

The letter’s release comes following the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) provisional overdose data report announcing 93,000 deaths in 2020 — an all-time high driven by illicit fentanyl and its analogues.

DEA Finalizes Measures to Expand Medication-Assisted Treatment

The Drug Enforcement Administration announced an important step to improve access to medications for opioid use disorder, especially in rural areas where those suffering with opioid use disorder may have limited treatment options.

Anne Milgram Sworn in as DEA Administrator

As DEA Administrator, she leads an agency of more than 10,000 people, including nearly 5,000 Special Agents and 800 Intelligence Analysts, in 239 domestic offices in 23 divisions throughout the United States and Puerto Rico, and in 91 foreign offices in 69 countries.
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