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    Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is a United States federal law enforcement agency under the United States Department of Justice. The Drug Enforcement Agency was established on July 1, 1973. This law enforcement is the leading enforcement for handling the biggest drug cases that the U.S has to give. Today, as we know it Cannabis is a common drug that is brought upon the Drug Enforcement Agency, but in a variety of cases Cannabis is to cure many, this is what we refer to as medical marijuana. The Drug Enforcement Agency doesn’t base their cases off of people who use it to be cured, only the ones that use it illegally and are distributing it to many others throughout the United States. The Drug…

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    The mission of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is to “enforce the controlled substances laws and regulations of the United States” (The United States Drug Enforcement Administration, 2017). The DEA received it legal authority from the Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act of 1970, usually termed the Controlled Substance Act (CSA) (The United States Drug Enforcement Administration, 2010). The DEA classifies drugs into groups of “schedules” represented by Roman Numerals…

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    Identification of the case: Touby v. United States, 500 U.S. 160 (1991). Facts: The Controlled Substance Act authorizes the Attorney General to add new drugs to five schedules of controlled substances. The act regulates or prohibits the manufacturing, distribution, and possession of these drugs. Due to the length of time required to come into compliance with these regulations, street dealers were able to alter the chemical makeup of their drugs which would closely mirror the effects of…

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    Enrique Camarena, a U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) Special Agent was abducted on February 7, 1985 near the U.S. Consulate in Guadalajara, Mexico and shortly after that, Capt. Alfredo Zavala, a DEA source, was abducted from a car near the Guadalajara Airport. They were tortured for over 30 hours and died. The two abductions would be one of the largest investigations ever conducted by the DEA. The case would involve major forensic problems. Many suspects were arrested and tried for 8 weeks in…

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    HACCP is a food safety method used internationally, U.S. Food and Drug Administration defined HACC as a management system in which food safety is addressed through the analysis and control of biological, chemical, and physical hazards from raw material production, procurement and handling, to manufacturing, distribution and consumption of the finished product (FDA, 2015). In the FSMS, not only food safety regulation authorities, such as Food Standard Agency (FSA) and Department of Environmental…

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    March 31, 2016 in Montreal, Canada, NASCAR driver Derek White was arrested for claims of being involved in a major tobacco smuggling ring. The police say that the car driver played a key role in the illegal operation that contributed in bringing more than 2000 tons of tobacco from North Carolina into Canada, which also not paying over $530 million dollars in taxes. The Canadian native is also involved with illegal drugs such as cocaine and other vulgar substances. The U.S Drug Enforcement…

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    meanings, but the main message J Cole is trying to produce and the message perceived by myself and many others is to rethink the War on drugs and what it is doing to today’s society. This challenge…

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    with “New Slave”, particularly within American federal law enforcement and privatized corrections corporations such as the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and Correction Corporation of America (CCA), respectively. This political message is explicitly stated throughout the work, yet perhaps most powerfully in the lines, "Meanwhile the DEA / Teamed up with the CCA / They tryn'a lock niggas up / They tryn'a make new slaves / See that's that private owned prison / Get your piece today." Certain…

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    Drugs In The 1970's

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    societies have used drugs, such as ayahuasca, opium, and marijuana, for spiritual and medicinal purposes. Even in our own country during the, heroin was prescribed to treat respiratory illness and cocaine was consumed recreationally via Coca-Cola products. In relatively recent years, however, the American government enacted numerous policies targeting the sale, possession, and use of specific drugs. In 1915, The Harrison Narcotics act enforced a policy with restrictions on manufacturing and…

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    Becoming A Dea Agent Essay

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    The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration is entrusted with monitoring the war on drugs under control around the nation. DEA agents are among the top law enforcement officials in the country. The task of a DEA agent is vital because they protect our public against drug smuggling and drug abuse in the United States. Several crucial aspects of becoming a Drug Enforcement Administration agent include education, skills, and training. A profession as a DEA operator accompanies some extraordinary…

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