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Drug Control: Difficulties in Measuring Costs & Results of Transit Zone Interdiction Efforts
Drug Control: Difficulties in Measuring Costs & Results of Transit Zone Interdiction Efforts
 
Our Price: $20.00
Year: 2002
Pages: 46
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0756724791

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Laurie E. Ekstrand. One of the goals of the National Drug Control Strategy is to protect America’s air, land, & sea frontiers from the drug threat from countries in South America. This is a report on: the roles of the DoD, the Coast Guard (CG), & the Customs Service (CS) in transit zone drug interdiction; what assets (flight hours & ship days) were used for drug interdiction efforts; what results DoD, the CG, & CS track to demonstrate their effectiveness in transit zone drug interdiction; & whether multiple agencies are reporting the same cocaine seizures, & what procedures & data systems are in place to ensure the accuracy of cocaine seizure data when multiple agencies participate in seizures. Charts & tables. Also includes another GAO 33- page report, “Drug Control: DEA Could Improve its Heroin Signature & Domestic Monitor Programs’ Geographic Source Data.”

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