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The primary mission of the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force is to determine, disrupt and dismantle the most serious drug trafficking and money laundering operations in the United States, including these that are most accountable for the nation's drug supply. In order to accomplish these objectives, the task force functions closely with units all through the country to conduct coordination, nationwide investigations into the significant drug trafficking routes and participants.

The Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Job Force also collaborates with eleven federal agencies, such as the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, and more. Proponents of this job force believe that this plan will result in a disruption of the drug provide and also bolster the efforts of law enforcement agents in the fight against terrorist groups that are supported by profits from the drug trade.

Since the creation of the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force, it has been accountable for much more than 44,000 drug-related convictions. A recent task force investigation known as "Operation Sooner or Later on" focused on international cocaine trafficking from Mexico to Florida and brought about the arrests of 41 individuals. These 41 suspects were convicted and $one.one million in U.S. was recovered, as well as $750,000 of home, $200,000 really worth of automobiles and 45 firearms. The investigation began with the discovery that two defendants had obtained large quantities of cocaine from several provide sources, such as a network of Mexican cocaine distributors. The cocaine had traveled a lengthy path from Mexico to Marion County to traffickers in Ocala, Jacksonville, Tampa and South Georgia, before it was apprehended by law enforcement.

There are many other task forces that have been created by U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement and other government companies, and these companies have a tendency to operate in and about the 32 higher intensity drug trafficking locations in our country. These designated areas are usually significant cities or border crossings that have been recognized as significant highways for the trafficking of illicit medication, and four counties had been additional to this checklist in the final year. Brevard County in Florida was additional to the checklist, and law enforcement continues to keep a tight watch on Florida.

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