Criminals and their organizations are utilizing the latest technologies, along with any available communication and transportation modalities, to manufacture, distribute and profit from opioids. The opioid epidemic is one of the United States most deadly drug crises in decades. Law enforcement agencies at all levels--federal, state and local--must adapt quickly to combat the spread of the drugs. Their task is complicated because many such drugs are legal when prescribed responsibly.
Join CGI Director and FBI Veteran Thomas Krall and Roland Suliveras Jr., Executive Director of National Targeting Center's Cargo Division (CBP), Daniel Adame, Inspector in Charge, Contraband Interdiction and Investigations, US Postal Inspection Service, Matt Donahue, Deputy Chief for Operations (DEA), Vice Admiral Daniel B. Abel, Dep Commandant for Operation, (USCG) at 8:30 a.m.- 9:50 a.m. for a fireside chat on "Combating the Opioid Crisis across the Domains- Land, Air, Sea and Cyberspace.
This panel will discuss some of the trends and technologies criminals and their organizations are utilizing to sell and transport drugs into the United States and how law enforcement is developing new technologies and working cohesively with their law enforcement partners to adapt and stay ahead of the threat.