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  State Facts
  Population: 1,293,953
  Law Enforcement Officers: 2,499
  State Prison Population: 5,405
  Probation Population: 36,705

  2001 Federal Drug Seizures
  Cocaine: 1.0 kgs.
  Heroin: 1.1 kgs.
  Methamphetamine: 15.6 kgs.
  Marijuana: 0 kgs.
  Clandestine
   Laboratories:
128 (DEA, state, and local)

Top 4 cities in Idaho

Pocatello
Idaho Falls
Nampa
Boise City

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Drug Situation: Mexican National poly-drug organizations control most drug trafficking organizations in the state. Methamphetamine, produced in and outside the region, is widely available and is responsible for a large number of individuals entering drug rehab centers. Controlled substances are smuggled into the state via air and land routes from Southwest border-states and Mexico. Marijuana and “Club Drugs” are common in Idaho.

drug rehab / drug addiction - cocaineCocaine: Cocaine is readily available throughout the state, but is largely limited to affluent substance abusers. Because of its lower price and higher purity, methamphetamine has replaced cocaine as the drug of choice among many seeking drug addiction treatment.

 

drug rehab / drug addiction - opium poppyHeroin: Mexican black tar and brown heroin is readily available in Idaho and is the drug of choice for a number of addicts entering addiction treatment centers. It is commonly smuggled into the state in hidden compartments in vehicles.

 

drug rehab / drug addiction - methamphetaminedrug rehab / drug addiction Methamphetamine Lab SeizuresMethamphetamine: Methamphetamine is one of the most widely abused drugs in the state. Methamphetamine abuse impacts across all elements of society. Most methamphetamine is manufactured elsewhere, primarily in Mexico, California, and other Southwest Border States. When large quantities of methamphetamine are seized in Northern Idaho, the source is usually from the Yakima Valley, WA, area. There is significant clandestine laboratory activity in Idaho, and the number of Mexican super labs (producing over ten pounds of methamphetamine per cook) has increased. Methamphetamine addiction is the single greatest reason for people searching for drug rehab centers in the state.

drug rehab / drug addiction - ecstasy pillsClub Drugs: Club Drugs, particularly MDMA (methylene-dioxy-methamphetamine) (also known as Ecstasy), LSD, and Ketamine are popular among young adults and are sold at local rave parties. Synthetic drugs, uncommon in other areas of the division, to include 2C-B, DET (a drug that imitates a psychotic state for psychological/medical experiments), SMeo DIPT, a.k.a. “Foxy” and “Foxy Methoxy” have appeared in the Boise Rave scene.

 

drug rehab / drug addiction - marijuana plantMarijuana: Marijuana cultivation, both indoor and outdoor, is widespread. Mexican marijuana is also available, but is not preferred.

 

 

Other Drugs: The most commonly abused pharmaceutical drugs encountered in the state are hydrocodone and benzodiazepines. Soma and its generic equivalent are commonly abused in combination with hydrocodone. OxyContin abuse has increased during the past year. The largest increase of OxyContin prescriptions has occurred in pain-management medical specialty clinics. Methadone is frequently utilized for pain management, because it is less expensive than other Schedule II analgesics.

Drug-Violation Arrests chart-1997=62, 1998=54, 1999=78, 2000=53, 2001=92DEA Mobile Enforcement Teams: This cooperative program with state and local law enforcement counterparts was conceived in 1995 in response to the overwhelming problem of drug-related violent crime in towns and cities across the nation. There have been 348 deployments completed resulting in 14,794 arrests of violent drug criminals as of June 2002. There has been one MET deployment in the State of Idaho since the inception of the program. The MET deployment to Lewiston, Idaho-more specifically, the Nezperce Indian Reservation, yielded 13 arrests.

The Need for Drug Addiction Treatment Continues to Grow:

Drug addiction is a growing problem for many states and Idaho is no exception. It is all too easy for "recreational use" to becoming an all-consuming, life-threatening addiction. As the number of addicts grows, so must the number of addiction treatment centers able to help these people get their lives back.


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