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Illegal Drug Threat
In the past decade, there has been significant growth in the illicit trafficking of drugs throughout the United States.  The Houston area continues to be threatened due to the close proximity to the U.S.- Mexico border.  Even with the strong law enforcement presence devoted to combating this threat, the quantity of drugs being transported through the region remains staggering.
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Due to the growth of drug abuse nationally and as a preventative measure, the Houston HIDTA has created this website, StopDrugs Houston to educate the public about dangerous drug  activity and provide a way for residents to report tips to  provide leads for law enforcement.  This community policing initiative has been designed to help keep our neighborhoods and families safe from illegal drugs and related criminal activity. 
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The Heroin Epidemic
Source: Josh F - AML/CTF Director
12/10/16
Today is a somber day in our great nation. [More]
 
Synthetic opioid nicknamed 'pink' blamed for deaths of two 13 y/o Utah boys
Source: The Washington Post
11/04/16
Ryan Ainsworth and Grant Seaver, both 13, were students at Treasure Mountain Junior High School in Park City, Utah. [More]
 

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Help us identify drug related crimes within our community by submitting an anonymous tip. Click on the button below to submit a tip.



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Tips on illegal drug activity to include sales, trafficking and drug houses.
Tips on wanted drug fugitives.
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Signs that let you know whether or not someone you know might be using drugs. 
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So You Think You Want To Try Drugs?
If you think using drugs is a good idea, you need to learn how drugs affect every aspect of your life. The consequences are simply not worth the temporary feelings drugs offer.
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Drug Facts

Prescription Drugs: Each day, 46 people die from an overdose of prescription painkillers in the United States (CDC Vital Signs, July, 2014). The rate of prescription painkiller overdose deaths has more than quadrupled since 1999 (NIDA, May, 2014).


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National Prescription Drug Take Back Day
DEA - Diversion Control Division

April 29, 2017 – 10AM to 2PM

The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse and medications.


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 Wanted drug criminals can be dangerous, therefore never try to apprehend a fugitive yourself. Always contact law enforcement for assistance.



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Watch father tell son his mother died of heroin overdose
Source: Click2Houston.com Staff
10/12/16
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - An Ohio man is sharing a very personal experience on social media that he hopes will help spread more awareness about drug addiction.

Brenden Bickerstaff-Clark told his 8-year-old son on Monday that his mother died of a heroin overdose.
"This was one of the hardest things I've ever had to do. My son has no mother because of heroin," Bickerstaff-Clark wrote.

Bickerstaff-Clark, who is a recovering drug addict, is seen in the Facebook video, sitting outside on a table across from his son and a woman.

"Your mommy died last night," Bickerstaff-Clark said.

"What do you mean? My mom," the boy said.

Bickerstaff-Clark's son started crying as the woman next to embraced him. Bickerstaff-Clark walked over the table to hold his son as he continued to cry.

"Please get help so our children don't have to suffer," Bickerstaff-Clark wrote. He said he posted the video so that "addicts with children can see the seriousness of our epidemic."


 

Houston Drugs
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DEA National Prescription Drug Take Back Day
4/29/17 10:00 AM
April 29, 2017 – 10AM to 2PM

The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse and medications.


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Kush Laced with Paint Thinner
Source: KHOU
4/20/17
HPD Chief Acevedo says the 600 pounds of drugs seized in the latest kush crackdown were laced with paint thinner and other poisonous material.
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Influx of Fentanyl-laced Counterfeit Pills
Source: CDC August 25, 2016
4/19/17
On October 26, 2015, CDC issued HAN 384 (http://emergency.cdc.gov/han/han00384.asp) that alerted (1) public health departments, health care professionals, first responders, and medical examiners and coroners of the increase in fentanyl-related unintentional overdose fatalities in multiple states primarily driven by illicitly manufactured fentanyl (IMF) (i.e., non-pharmaceutical fentanyl); (2) provided recommendations for improving detection of fentanyl-related overdose outbreaks; and (3) encouraged states to expand access to naloxone and training for administering naloxone to reduce opioid overdose deaths.


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