Webinar: The Rise of Methamphetamine and How Implementing a Coordinated Prevention, Treatment, and Law Enforcement Response Can Make a Difference
The Rise of Methamphetamine and How Implementing a Coordinated Prevention, Treatment, and Law Enforcement Response Can Make a Difference
Date & Time
Tuesday, January 28, 2020
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm Pacific
Because the impact of methamphetamine use disorder reaches far beyond the person using, a system and community-wide effort is needed to effect change. This webinar highlights new trends in use, production, prevention, and treatment. It will also include an extensive review of a case study involving law enforcement, community, families, and the criminal justice system. Attendees will receive prevention materials and resources to localize and use in their own community education efforts.
Shelly Mowrey, BJ, is the Demand Reduction Coordinator for Arizona HIDTA and is a leader in substance abuse prevention and education. Over the last 18 years, Shelly has developed substance abuse prevention programs, media campaigns, and professional development trainings for a variety of audiences that are instrumental in reducing youth drug use in the state of Arizona. Shelly has received extensive training provided by the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America, the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, and the Arizona Narcotics Officers Association.
Wm. “Rodney” Irby, is the NATIVE HIDTA Task Force Tohono O’odham Nation Police Department, Assistant Chief of Police Commander. Asst. Chief Irby joined the Tohono O’odham Nation Police Department in April, 2014, after retiring as Assistant Special Agent in Charge for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement‘s, Homeland Security Investigations in Arizona. Asst. Chief. Irby has over 41 years of combined law enforcement and intelligence experience on the Southwestern border of the United States at the State/Local, Federal, and now, Tribal level.