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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DHS Science and Tech directorate studying ways to reduce on-duty police crashes

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DOJ grants management program funds for crime reduction, victim services initiatives

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Michael Horowitz, DOJ IG

Review of gender equity in DOJ law enforcement finds men say it exists but women disagree

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Federal News Radio

Capt. Richard Macauley: White House Secret Service improves diversity, officer training

Capt. Macauley was named the Secret Service’s Uniformed Division Officer of the Year.

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Navy reopens criminal probe into unauthorized police force at Norfolk shipyard

The Naval Criminal Investigative Service has reopened a criminal investigation into the operation of an off-the-books law enforcement agency at Norfolk…

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Supreme Court

Kelly McFadden: How DoJ tracks assets used to assist law enforcement agencies

Through asset forfeiture and other means, the Justice Department generates billions of dollars to assist state law enforcement agencies on the war against drugs. Kelly McFadden, director of the financial statement and audit office for the Justice inspector general, explained on Federal Drive with Tom Temin how that money is accounted for.

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