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CALIFORNIA MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL METHAMPHETAMINE ENFORCEMENT TEAM (Cal-MMET)

Formerly administered by the Office of Criminal Justice Planning, the Cal-MMET program is now administered by the Governor's Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) persuant to California Penal Code §13820. The Cal-MMET program is constructed as a regional approach, with the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department additionally having a Headquarters function in coordinating this statewide effort. While enforcement activity is the predominant focus of the program, community education as to methamphetamine use is a bilateral goal of the program. This effort is in coordination and conjunction with the Federal Government's High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (HIDTA) Program located in the Central Valley and Northern California.

Cal-MMET Goals:

• Reduction in Methamphetamine production and distribution
• Reduction in availability of Methamphetamine product on the street
• Reduction in Methamphetamine related criminal offenses
• Reduction of hazardous waste sites associated with the chemical manufacture of Methamphetamine
• Reduction in physical property damage associated with chemical manufacture of Methamphetamine
• Reduction in medical responses associated with Methamphetamine abuse
• A heightened awareness in schools as to the affects of Methamphetamine use achieved through education


CENTRAL VALLEY - CALIFORNIA HIGH INTENSITY DRUG TRAFFICKING AREAS (CVC HIDTA)

The mission of the Central Valley California HIDTA is to reduce the manufacture, trafficking, and distribution of methamphetamine, precursor chemicals, and other dangerous drugs by attacking and dismantling the large-scale and often violent organizations responsible through the implementation of cooperative and innovative strategies.

CVC HIDTA Goals:

• Reduce drug availability by disrupting and dismantling drug trafficking organizations
• Reduce the harmful consequences of drug trafficking 
• Improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the region's law enforcement organizations

 
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Adam Christianson, Sheriff-Coroner
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Modesto CA 95358

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