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- Methamphetamine is not the most commonly abused drug in Illinois, nor is it responsible for the most arrests. But it has quickly become the most dangerous and vexing problem for law enforcement in many rural areas, particularly in central and southern parts of the state. This issue of The Compiler focuses on methamphetamine in Illinois with articles on multijurisdictional drug units and the rising tide of meth labs in rural areas. In addition, there are columns on publications, research, grants and technology.
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Phone Number: Language(s): EN-English Volume or Year: Vol. 22, No. 3
Number or Issue: Winter/Spring 2003 Date Created: 2004
Date Last Modified: 03 26 2004 Librarian Remarks:
Access This Publication1. the Festering Problem of Methamphetamine in Illinois (20070905192004_winter.spring04.pdf).
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