Combating Narco Terrorism
... in 2009, outnumbering traffic fatalities, and this trend has only continued since. Globally, this
number is even greater: In 2010, over half of the countries that submitted reports on drug-related
deaths (with African nations and China notably omitting) stated that they had experienced annual
Interpol - United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
... Drug trafficking and the problems associated with it affect much of the world, with continued challenges
in all regions. No INTERPOL member country is unaffected. A number of macro-trends have emerged
which constitute the primary drivers behind the modern-day law enforcement response to drug
Programme for Central Asia 2015-2019
... UNODC provides technical assistance within the Central Asian States. It builds on previous
UNODC assistance within the sub-region and aims to deliver effect in an integrated and
comprehensive manner rather than a series of standalone projects. The programme will be
coordinated via the Regional Offic ...
CIA transnational anti-crime and anti-drug activities
This article deals with activities of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency related to transnational crime, including the illicit drug trade.Two offices of the CIA Directorate of Intelligence have analytical responsibilities in this area. The Office of Transnational Issues applies unique functional expertise to assess existing and emerging threats to US national security and provides the most senior US policymakers, military planners, and law enforcement with analysis, warning, and crisis support.The CIA Crime and Narcotics Center researches information on international narcotics trafficking and organized crime for policymakers and the law enforcement community. Since the CIA has no domestic police authority, it sends its analytic information to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and other law enforcement organizations, such as the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the United States Department of the Treasury (OFAC).Another part of the CIA, the National Clandestine Service, collects human intelligence (HUMINT) in these areas.