United States Attorneys' Bulletin: Addressing the Heroin and Opioid Crisis, Volume 64 Number 5, September 2016 [open pdf - 3MB]
This edition of the United States Attorneys' Bulletin covers Opioid Crisis. The following articles are included: "Integrating Public Safety and Public Health To Reduce Overdose Deaths"; "Overview of the Drug Enforcement Administration Diversion Control Program"; "Using the Drug Market Intervention Strategy to Address the Heroin Epidemic"; "Will it Play in Peoria? Using Community Engagement to Address the Heroin Crisis in the Heartland"; "The Northern District of Ohio Model: Community Action"; "Responding to the Heroin Crisis: Two Initiatives in the Eastern District of Kentucky"; "'Death Results' Prosecutions Remain Effective Tool Post-Burrage"; "NDOH [Navajo Department of Health] Reaches Out to Non-traditional Audiences to Warn of the Dangers of Opioids"; "DEA's [Drug Enforcement Administration] 360 Strategy: Attacking the Opioid Crisis on Three Fronts"; "Winning through Collaboration and Communication: OCDETF's [Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Forces] Multi-Front Battle Against Opioids: A Personal Call to Arms"; "Strategies for Investigators and Prosecutors in Prescription Drug Diversion Cases"; "Data-Driven Approaches to Responding to the Opioid Epidemic"; and "Drug Ledger Analysis Capabilities of the FBI's Cryptanalysis And Racketeering Records Unit."
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United States Attorneys' Bulletin (September 2016), v.64 no.5