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Michael D. Lyman, PhD

John Madinger

About the Oklahoma State Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs 

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control is a law enforcement agency with a goal of minimizing the abuse of controlled substances through law enforcement measures directed primarily at drug trafficking, illicit drug manufacturing, and major suppliers of illicit drugs.

 

The following divisions make up the OBNDD: Diversion, Intelligence, and Enforcement.

 

DIVERSION DIVISION

The Diversion Division of OBN investigates cases in which legally manufactured and distributed pharmaceutical controlled substances are diverted into an illegal market. Agents are trained to conduct complex investigations and audit professional handlers of controlled drugs. Because of the regulatory nature of these kinds of controlled substances, Agents work on both criminal and administrative cases.

 

INTELLIGENCE DIVISION

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control Intelligence Division utilizes specialized techniques in conjunction with traditional drug enforcement investigative methods to address prioritized significant drug trafficking organizations.

 

ENFORCEMENT DIVISION

The Bureau's largest section contains Agents at each district office and at headquarters who primarily enforce Title 63 of the Oklahoma Statutes and applicable federal statutes under Title 21 of the United States Code. The Agents not only conduct small undercover drug purchases, but also investigate multi-jurisdictional complex conspiracy cases, which require criminal investigative expertise. Marijuana eradication is a primary of Enforcement Agents. However, because of new, simpler methamphetamine recipes surfacing, these Agents are spending greater amounts of time investigating the manufacturing and sale of domestically-produced methamphetamine.

 

Source:

ok.gov/obndd/About_OBNDD

Selected books by an Oklahoma Bureau of Dangerous Drugs law enforcement official.


Money Laundering: A Guide for Criminal Investigators, Second Edition
John Madinger  More Info

Criminal Investigation: The Art and the Science (5th Edition) (MyCrimeKit Series)
Michael D. Lyman  More Info

Organized Crime (4th Edition)
Michael D. Lyman  More Info

The Police: An Introduction (3rd Edition)
Michael D. Lyman  More Info

Practical Drug Enforcement, Third Edition (Practical Aspects of Criminal and Forensic Investigations)
Michael D. Lyman  More Info

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