This website is presented by the Northwest HIDTA (High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas) to support its mission to reduce demand for illicit drugs by promoting education, treatment, and prevention programs, and to improve collaboration with law enforcement and the justice system to end drug trafficking and drug-related violent crime.
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64636817302018 DEA National Drug Threat Assessment new!
Report from the national Drug Enforcement Administration provides a yearly assessment of the many challenges local communities face related to drug abuse and drug trafficking. Highlights in the report include usage and trafficking trends for drugs such as prescription drugs, heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine, marijuana, and the hundreds of synthetic drugs. 775-303-2194 and a summary of key findings here.
(819) 214-37652018 NW HIDTA Threat Assessment & Strategy
Combines law enforcement survey responses, reports from local health departments, and drug seizure data to assess the drug threats in Washington, and creates strategies to address them. The 2018 report includes sections on opioids and overdose, diversion of prescription pain medications, methamphetamine, marijuana, cocaine, and MDMA. (412) 621-8343.
2017 Washington State Marijuana Impact Report
NW HIDTA's second report on the impacts of legalization of marijuana in Washington examines ten topics: legal overview, regulatory overview, youth impacts, adult impacts, impaired driving, diversion, marijuana-related crime, environmental impacts, the current markets, and the upcoming markets. Read the report here. See also the 2016 report.
Find these and other HIDTA and national reports and documents on the Publications page.