……..The below was previously sent on February 15, 2019………
Lizzie Thompson,Visitor Services Coordinator DEA Museum & Visitors Center, asked to share the below:
The DEA Museum & Visitors Center will be hosting the first of our 2019 public program series “Who We Are and What We Do” on Tuesday, March 5th from 11-11:45 AM at the DEA Museum & Visitors Center: 700 Army Navy Dr., Arlington, VA 22202.
Take a peek into the inner workings of the Drug Enforcement Administration Intelligence Division. Join Elizabeth L. Maurer, Curator of Education for the DEA Museum at a panel discussion with four members of the Intelligence staff stationed at Headquarters. Aaron Hurwitz, Intelligence Research Specialist; Kia M. Pratt, Intelligence Staff Coordinator; Carrie N. Thompson, Executive Assistant to the Chief of Intelligence; and William N. Trull, Intelligence Research Specialist will lend their expertise and discuss their respective roles in the Intelligence Division of the DEA. Together, they have over 40 years of experience with the DEA. Learn how they came to work at the DEA, their current roles in the agency, and their day-to-day activities on the job.
Since its establishment in 1973, the DEA, in coordination with other federal, state, local, and foreign law enforcement organizations has been responsible for the collection, analysis, and dissemination of drug-related intelligence. The role of intelligence in drug law enforcement is critical. The DEA Intelligence Program helps initiate new investigations of major drug organizations, strengthens ongoing cases and subsequent prosecutions, develops information that leads to seizures and arrests, and provides policy makers with drug trend information upon which programmatic decisions can be based.
You have been contacted because you are involved in the support of community and global safety through drug policy and enforcement. You are invited to spread this email or the attached flyers to fellow agents and members of the public who might be interested in a DEA Intelligence lecture or in visiting the Museum. The DEA Museum also organizes engaging tours for groups of all ages and interests. To reserve a tour, please call 202-307-3463 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Visitor Services Coordinator
DEA Museum & Visitors Center