National Interdiction Command and Control Plan [2022]   [open pdf - 534KB]

"The illicit drugs involved in American overdoses are almost entirely produced outside the United States, and they are delivered to people with substance use disorders through a variety of means and routes. To combat the alarming rise in overdose deaths, we must disrupt the production and flow of illicit drugs and increase the costs and risks for individuals directly and indirectly involved in the illicit drug trade while also denying drug producers and traffickers the operating capital and access they need to sustain their illicit activities. [...] The 'National Interdiction Command and Control Plan (Plan)' outlines the Biden-Harris Administration's interdiction strategy to commercially disrupt the production and flow illicit drugs, and their supply in the United States. Based on the supply reduction lines of efforts in the Biden-Harris Administration's inaugural National Drug Control Strategy (The 'Strategy'), the 'Plan' provides strategic guidance to National Drug Control Program Agencies (NDCPAs) and other relevant agencies regarding interdiction efforts to disrupt the supply of illicit substances and, through enterprise investigations, to dismantle the TCOs [Transnational Criminal Organizations] that traffic drugs to the United States. The 'Plan' focuses on coordinated interdiction efforts by Federal, State, local, Tribal, and territorial agencies, and promotes strengthened collaboration with our international partners to maximize the impact of each interdiction event."

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Listed on September 21, 2022 [Critical Releases]