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Injustice for All

Criminal justice reform efforts are sweeping the nation, and the damage to society is alarming. These movements have gained traction by the promotion of false narratives and a massive deception placed upon the public. Injustice for All rips away the façade of...

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2020 National Drug Threat Assessment

The 2020 National Drug Threat Assessment (NDTA) is a comprehensive assessment of the threat posed to the United States by the trafficking and abuse of illicit drugs, the diversion and abuse of licit drugs, and the laundering of proceeds generated through illicit drug sales. It also addresses the role domestic groups, including organized...

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FEDERAL PROBATION AND SUPERVISED RELEASE VIOLATIONS

Summary

Federal Probation and Supervised Release Violations presents data on approximately 108,000 violation hearings that occurred between 2013 and 2017. The report examines the prevalence, types, and locations of federal supervision violations as well as the characteristics of more than 82,000 violators. The report also compares supervision violators to the...

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NNOAC’s 2021 D.C. Conference Cancellation

Cancellation Letter:  DC Conference

Due to the uncertainty and the current and pending restrictions caused by the COVID-19 situation, the NNOAC Board has decided to CANCEL the upcoming NNOAC DC Delegates Conference scheduled for January 31 - February 3, 2021.

As we began our conference planning, it was apparent that getting
commitments from some of...

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METH: It Never Really Went Away

By Curtis Hill, Indiana's Attorney General

In 2004, I testified before members of Congress about the horrific effects of methamphetamine upon the American heartland. Back then, I was serving as prosecutor in Elkhart County, Indiana — and my community was an anomaly. Whereas much of Indiana’s meth came from makeshift...

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Commentary: Vanda Felbab-Brown on Organized Crime, Illicit Drugs and Terrorism – What are the linkages?

During ECAD’s 25th Mayors Forum and the 6th World Forum Against Drugs in Gothenburg, more than 60 speakers discussed topics related to the production, trafficking, and consumption of illicit drugs before an audience of some 400 attendees. One of our prominent speakers, Dr. Vanda Felbab-Brown, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, presented her findings from international research on...

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David Murray: The False Arguments for Legal Marijuana

David W. Murray | May 20, 2019

Advocates for marijuana legalization, buoyed by success in several states, public polling numbers, and endorsement from nearly every major Democratic presidential candidate, have begun to indulge in a bit of triumphalism, sensing what they see as the inevitability of their cause.

Don't Legalize Pot

Look closely at reports from states where pot has been legalized

On March 16, a press conference opposing legalizing marijuana was held in Wallingford, with remarks by...

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It’s High Time We Took a Breath from Marijuana Commercialization

Denver Post By BOB TROYER | Guest Commentary September 28, 2018 at 4:51 pm In 2012 we were told Colorado would lead the nation on a grand experiment in commercialized marijuana. Six years later — with two major industry reports just released and the state legislature and Denver City Council about to consider more expansion measures — it’s a...
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