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National Northern Border Counternarcotics Strategy
R. Gil Kerlikowske (ed)
Transnational Criminal Organizations (TCOs) operating on both sides of the U.S. and Canada border are exploiting the international boundary to move proceeds from illegal drugs sold in the U.S. and Canada and to transport drugs such as marijuana, Ecstasy, meth, and cocaine between the two countries. The border is the longest border between two countries in the world, spanning 5, 225 miles. The U.S. and Canada recognize that the threat from TCOs is a threat to regional security and stability of both countries, and that they must appropriately plan, train, and act together to address threats at the earliest point possible and work toward optimizing joint border management goals. Contents of this Strategy: Introduction; Intelligence and Information Sharing; At and Between the Ports of Entry; Air and Marine; Tribal Lands; Investigations and Prosecutions. This is a print on demand report.
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