The NNOAC is at time the lone voice for the drug enforcement community. The organization sticks to it's principles that drug enforcement is needed to send drug traffickers to prison for selling their deadly products. It also aids in education and prevention.
The NNOAC members continue to promote health and safety issues within their communities. The NNOAC provides a conduit of information along with public information regarding the drug abuse epidemic in the United States and abroad. The NNOAC provides a single place where law enforcement members and criminal justice can relate too.
The NNOAC Foundation Is an advocate for law enforcement from throughout the country who battle the illegal drug distribution that results in the deaths of more than a hundred thousand people each year from the illegal use of opioids , fentanyl, heroin, meth, and many other illegal drugs.The Foundation provides financial support to law enforcement throughout the country for training of officers to combat drug cartels, gangs and the violence that emanates from these criminal enterprises.
Our nation is facing a life -threatening crisis. The impact of opioids and narcotics abuse over the last several years is unprecedented. Families, community leaders and law enforcement agencies are overwhelmed with the number of tragic deaths occurring each day.This non profit uses outreach programs to discuss the liabilities ,threats, and risks from drug abuse in the work place, schools and the community.
NNOAC Foundation consistently provides up-to-date and relevant drug enforcement information and fights to protects our communities.
At their recent Opioid Forum, the NNOAC Foundation identified strategies that are actually working to reduce opioid abuse and deaths. They opened their meeting to many law enforcement, criminal justice, advocacy and community groups and private sector businesses to try to find real solutions!
This Non-Profit advocates for safe neighborhoods. The officers and members are primarily law enforcement leaders with mountains of experience in keeping our children and
communities safe. They meet with public officials, state and national elected officials to update them on the threats to our communities from drugs and unsafe, illegal behaviors.
NNOAC provides excellent training and relays important information to law makers regarding law enforcement needs.
The NNOAC is a non-profit association that promotes the importance of enforcing the drug laws throughout the United States to protect society in general. Obviously, our country has become the number one consumer of illegal drugs in the world and the drug cartels continue their efforts to flood our streets with illegal drugs. In addition, our country now faces an epedimic regarding opioid abuse. It is time for our country to enforce the drug laws that are on the books, secure our borders, and stop the flow of illegal drugs in to our country. The NNOAC promotes/represents narcotic enforcement officers associations from throughout the United States and is actively involved in leading the fight against those that want illegal drugs legalized in our country. I support their assocation 100% and I believe that the majority of Americans will also support their Nobel cause as to do nothing only allows those with alternative motives to become successful in their effort to legalize drugs that destroy the inner core of our society.
The NNOAC dedicates their organization to combat opiate abuse in the United States and been testifying before congress. Pointing to the dangers of this epidemic for years to the deaf ear of our politicians. All of their efforts are dedicated to this end.
Best of luck NNOAC to your efforts and dedication. A great organization since 1994.
The NNOAC has provided significant help in training our narcotic enforcement officers across the Country. Thier support of the issues for law and order will be on the right side of history.
This Foundation has been on the front line addressing issues of drug addiction, such as the opioid crisis the country is facing. Instrumental in bring together dialogue between prevention, treatment and enforcement groups.
Providing training and forums for these groups to remain informed with the latest trends and information to deal with this complex problem.