Fourth Amendment Is Not For Sale Act
We are writing on behalf of the undersigned organizations to register our concerns with H.R. 4639, the Fourth Amendment Is Not For Sale Act. If enacted as currently written, this legislation will produce significant public safety consequences. H.R. 4639 will restrict law enforcement’s access to critical investigative information that is utilized every day to combat violent and serious crimes such as murder, kidnapping, drug trafficking, human trafficking, child sexual exploitation, terrorism, and threats of mass violence. Preventing law enforcement from being able to access it efficiently will make communities less safe.
LETTER: July 18, 2023
Opposition to SAFE Banking Act of 2023
The NNOAC strongly opposes any legislation that would shield marijuana businesses from federal law enforcement or pave the way for those businesses - which are trading in substances that are illegal under federal law - to access the banking system. Such a policy would only make it easier for marijuana producers and traffickers to increase drug availability to the general population - including youth - leading to more abuse and addiction.
LETTER: June 21, 2023
Letter of Support for S. 1080, The Cooper Davis Act
I’m writing on behalf of the National Narcotic Officers’ Associations’ Coalition (NNOAC) which comprises 45 state narcotics officers associations and over 50,000 state and local law enforcement officers across the United States. NNOAC strongly supports S. 1080, The Cooper Davis Act.
LETTER: April 21, 2023
Director Rahul Gupta
Please see the following recommendations for the National Drug Control Strategy that I am submitting to ONCDP on behalf of the members of the National Narcotic Officers' Associations' Coalition (NNOAC).
LETTER: March 30, 2023
Governor Gavin Newsom
The National Narcotic Officers’ Associations’ Coalition (NNOAC) represents our nation’s State Narcotic Officers’ Associations and their thousands of members. We join our colleagues at the California Narcotic Officers Association (CNOA) in vigorously opposing SB57, which includes plans to establish drug consumption sites in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Oakland and in San Francisco and Los Angeles Counties. Not only are such sites illegal, but they will also draw more drug abusers and criminals into the areas where you allow them to operate. Crime and drug deaths will increase at the expense of decreased public safety.
LETTER: August 16, 2022