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Drug Interdiction / Narcotics

The Drug Interdiction / Narcotics topic covers all aspects of drug enforcement, from highway or border interdiction to undercover infiltration into gangs or drug cartels. Drug smugglers are constantly evolving their concealment techniques and are growing in their boldness, so law enforcement must work even harder to stay one step ahead. From marijuana and crack cocaine to prescription pills and heroin, this topic covers it all.
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February 28, 2013
P1 First Person: Safety considerations during highway interdiction stops PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

P1 First Person: Safety considerations during highway interdiction stops

By Mike Wright PoliceOne Member Drug trafficking organizations are complex organizations with highly... - Full Story
February 25, 2013
Are you a K-9 officer or an interdiction officer with a dog? Andrew Hawkes - Highway Drug Interdiction

Are you a K-9 officer or an interdiction officer with a dog?

I propose to you that there is a difference between a full-time K-9 officer and a full-time interdiction officer who happens to be a certified dog handler - Full Story
February 25, 2013
12 tips to help you see 'everything' Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

12 tips to help you see 'everything'

Looking for 'something' can lead you to readily see evidence of your preference-crime, but may encourage you to press on without noticing indicators that might take you in another direction - Full Story
February 21, 2013
K-9 training court case: The sniff was up to snuff Ken Wallentine - Law Enforcement and the Law

K-9 training court case: The sniff was up to snuff

The Supreme Court decision in Florida v. Harris reaffirms the value of detector dog teams as drug interdiction tools and gently reminds courts across the nation of the time-honored principles of probable cause to search - Full Story
February 11, 2013
New approach to fight opiate addiction Tim Dees - Police Tech & Gear

New approach to fight opiate addiction

Opiate-based drugs such as morphine and heroin, produced from opium poppies, are nature’s painkillers.... - Full Story
February 04, 2013
New study: Fast, effective option for excited delirium cases Force Science Institute - Destroying Myths & Discovering Cold Facts

New study: Fast, effective option for excited delirium cases

Preliminary results from a new, ongoing study tend to support a growing trend in the management of dangerous... - Full Story
January 11, 2013
Will SCOTUS undo your agency's DUI procedures? Tim Dees - Police Tech & Gear

Will SCOTUS undo your agency's DUI procedures?

In the case of State of Missouri v. Tyler McNeely, the option for involuntary blood draws will come under scrutiny, and the Court’s decision could impact how you do your job - Full Story
December 28, 2012
2012 in Review: 12 lasting impressions Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

2012 in Review: 12 lasting impressions

To say that this has been a difficult year is an understatement of impossible proportion - Full Story
October 31, 2012
What's in a sniff: Supreme Court considers drug dog use Ken Wallentine - Law Enforcement and the Law

What's in a sniff: Supreme Court considers drug dog use

Hearing arguments in Florida v. Jardines and Florida v. Harris today, the Supreme Court considers police drug dogs for the first time since the 2005 case of Illinois v. Caballes - Full Story



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