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INS Drug Task Force Activities: Federal Agencies Supportive of INS Efforts (Letter Report, 07/07/94, GAO/GGD-94-143).

The Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force was created in 1982 to carry out a comprehensive, multiagency attack on drug-related and money laundering enterprises. GAO was requested to provide information on the Immigration and Naturalization Service's (INS) participation in the Task Force, especially with respect to INS implementation of a section of the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988, which directed INS to establish a Task Force pilot project and which authorized $8.2 million to increase the commitment of INS personnel to the Task Force. This report compares INS staffing and efforts concerning the Task Force in the cities involved in the pilot project to nonpilot cities.

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REPORTNUM: GGD-94-143 TITLE: INS Drug Task Force Activities: Federal Agencies Supportive of INS Efforts DATE: 07/07/94 SUBJECT: Law enforcement Drug trafficking Interagency relations Reporting requirements Immigration and naturalization law Personnel management Law enforcement agencies Immigration or emigration IDENTIFIER: Houston (TX) Los Angeles (CA) Miami (FL) New York (NY) Atlanta (GA) Boston (MA) Chicago (IL) Baltimore (MD) Denver (CO) Detroit (MI) San Diego (CA) San Francisco (CA) St. Louis (MO)


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