Marshall County Commission’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Grants will close on September 30, 2033.
The main objectives of the Drug Task Force is the investigation of individuals and organizations involved in narcotics trafficking, the seizure of assets acquired through narcotics trafficking, and the promotion of coordinated narcotics enforcement efforts among various law enforcement agencies within the county.
The Marshall County Drug Task Force will use every legal means available to search out and eliminate drug trafficking within Marshall County. Where evidence is found to point to drugs emanating from another jurisdiction, the Drug Task Force will make every effort to work with other agencies from that jurisdiction to eradicate the flow of illegal drugs into Marshall County. The officers who comprise the work force of the Drug Task Force will take a proactive approach to policing, using the concept of a totally integrated team effort by all officers. All agencies within Marshall County will receive enthusiastic support and assistance from the Drug Task Force in their efforts to effectively control and eradicate the social problem of Narcotics trafficking and use.
The Drug Task Force would not be effective without the help provided by the community. If you have any information regarding narcotics activity, call the Drug Task Force at (304) 810-4214 or send an anonymous tip to email@example.com.
The Marshall County Drug Task Force is hosted by the Marshall County Sheriff. It's member agencies consist of the Marshall County Sheriff's Office, the Moundsville Police Department, the WV State Police, the DEA, the Marshall County Prosecutors Office and the US Attorney’s Office Northern District of WV.
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