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Armor Express Wins Ballistic Helmet Contract from DEA

Armor Express announced it has been awarded the prestigious ballistic helmet contract from the Drug Enforcement Administration.

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Illinois Task Force Officer Hospitalized with "Unknown Medical Emergency"

The DEA confirms the task force officer was reported missing some time after the completion of an overnight law enforcement operation. Following a search, the officer was located and transported to a nearby hospital, where he is listed in stable condition.

8 Ohio Deputies, 2 DEA Agents Hospitalized for Possible Fentanyl Exposure

At 5:30 a.m., deputies were responding to a residence in Rocky River for what appeared to be a raid involving DEA agents.

3 Injured When DEA Airplane Made Emergency Landing on Texas Street

The Drug Enforcement Administration confirmed that an airplane piloted by DEA employees taking part in a training exercise experienced some unspecified problems in the air and the employees were forced to set the plane down in a residential neighborhood in Texas.

KDH Defense Systems Wins Prestigious DEA Contract

KDH Defense Systems Inc. has been awarded a competitive, multiple-year Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) Contract for ballistic body armor from the Drug Enforcement Administration.

DOJ Announces Regulatory Steps to Address Opioid Epidemic

The Department of Justice today announced the finalization of an April proposal to improve the Drug Enforcement Administration's ability to combat the national opioid crisis.

FBI, DEA, Local California Agencies, Take Down Major Meth Ring

An eight-month operation by the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has resulted in the seizure of large quantities of methamphetamine and marijuana.

Feds Search Dark Web for Fentanyl Sellers

The arrest of an Ohio couple on drug smuggling charges last week illustrated the investigative methods federal agents are using to track down and build cases against people who sell deadly drugs like fentanyl on the dark web.

With Synthetic Opioids On the Rise, Feds Look to Protect First Responders

Some chemical agents used to process illicit drugs are so toxic that even non-users and emergency responders are at risk of an overdose, the Drug Enforcement Administration warned police departments across the United States this week.

Baltimore Homicide Detectives to Begin Investigating Drug Overdoses

For the first time, Baltimore police have begun investigating overdoses in an effort to trace drugs back to dealers, joining a wave of Maryland law enforcement agencies showing up at 911 calls previously left to medics.