Drug Enforcement Administration

Opioid Crisis

Justice Department issues data challenge to help address nation’s drug crisis

DoJ wants participants to combine DEA data with other public health and safety data to drive insights that could save lives in the drug crisis.

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A cautionary tale from DEA’s plan to return to the office

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FILE - This Aug. 29, 2018, file photo shows an arrangement of prescription oxycodone pills in New York. U.S. health officials Tuesday, April 9. 2019, warned doctors not to abruptly stop prescribing opioid painkillers to patients who are taking them for chronic pain ailments, such as backaches.  (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)

The DEA keeps an eye on a problem that predated the pandemic, and will be here long after

Sometimes forgotten during the pandemic is that drug overdose deaths have continued to rise – to record levels.

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(Getty Images/iStockphoto/Felipe Caparr?s Cruz)Young man in handcuffs

Does federal customer experience extend to prisoners?

Customer service, public acceptance and public relations for a continuum for agencies in law enforcement.

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DEA has a foundation, and it’s been up to some star-studded work

You might not have realized the Drug Enforcement Administration has a foundation, but it’s been working for 20 years to help young people find healthy alternatives to drug use.

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