Drug Crimeby Michael Benson
Fighting the production, transportation, sale, and use of illegal drugs is a difficult task. Drug traffickers conduct their illicit business with state-of-the-art equipment and well-organized distribution systems. Drugs are produced in secret labs or in other countries and are smuggled into the United States by land, sea, and air. The drug trade often leads to violence perpetrated by warring drug gangs and by addicts in search of money to buy their next fix. Through sophisticated techniques such as the use of informants, drug-sniffing dogs, and electronic surveillance, law enforcement is making great strides against these lawbreakers. Drug Crime looks at how drugs are produced, transported, and sold, and examines the many methods used by police around the world to fight the illegal drug trade.
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