6 Good Reasons to Join Association of Federal Narcotics Agents (AFNA) Previously known as Association of Former Federal Narcotics Agents (AFFNA) AFNA welcomes all DEA employees to join including former DEA Task Force Officers The mission of the Association of
If you are an Executive Recruiter seeking an experienced law enforcement and security professional for your clients, AFNA has the candidate for you! We have a diverse, multilingual and highly experienced membership, many who have worked both in the US
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Fellow member, Joseph Cronin, asked to share the below: I am writing this note to offer a service to my fellow law enforcement and military partners. I am a recently retired Special Agent of the Drug Enforcement Administration, ASAC Joseph E.
On Saturday, September 9, at 9:00 p.m. ET, CNN Declassified will air Catching a Global Godfather of Heroin. This episode explores the arrest and conviction of Haji Bagcho, the world’s most prolific heroin trafficker and a significant Taliban benefactor. I
DEA Press Release Mallinckrodt Agrees To Pay $35 Million Settlement for Failure To Report Suspicious Orders of Pharmaceutical Drugs and for Recordkeeping Violations JULY 11 – (Washington, D.C.) – Mallinckrodt LLC, a pharmaceutical manufacturer and one of the largest manufacturers
DEA Press Release DEA launches website to target college drug use WASHINGTON – The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration today launched CampusDrugPrevention.gov, a new website focused on preventing and addressing college drug use. “We must talk to folks about the dangers and
Eric Norway’s Dark Canyons is the story of two young Border Patrol Agents, Sergio Duran and Tom Harding. Sergio and Tom meet in the Border Patrol academy and quickly become best friends. Both had a rough upbringing and suffered personal loss, and while both have secret reasons for joining the Border Patrol, one’s intent is sinister. The two become inseparable through shared experiences of Border Patrol tradition, adventure, frustration, and danger. Sergio settles into the Border Patrol with his young family. Tom’s life, and that of his girlfriend Liz, spin out of control with drug use and growing conflict with influences from his childhood. Sergio and Tom unwittingly and unwillingly find themselves pitted against the other in the gritty dark canyons south of San Diego, in a scenario where there is no winner, and the loser faces prison or death.
Having trouble viewing this email? Click HERE AFNA Members- Registration for this year’s AFNA National Conference is now opened! It’s looking to be one of our largest conferences in years so talk it up with your fellow members! Hope
Sean Fearns, Section Chief, DEA Community Outreach, asked to share the below: The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Community Outreach Section is pleased to announce the release of an updated version of Growing Up Drug Free: A Parent’s Guide to Prevention. DEA
We all know someone who has suffered and passed away from ALS or Lou Gehrig’s Disease. My two sons, Andrew and Anthony just released their short film on a son’s experience when his father passed from this horrific disease. Please
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