New England HIDTA
Designated in 1999, the New England HIDTA provides funding resources, facilitates and enhances coordination of federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies in designated areas, enabling them to combine and leverage resources and capabilities to carry out activities to address the specific drug threats of those areas.
What We Do
Learn more about NEHIDTA’s ongoing initiatives, special projects, training opportunities, news, and resources.
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NEHIDTA Training Calendar
NEHIDTA sponsors special projects throughout the year.
Learn more about our current special project initiatives:
Overdose Response Strategy
Since September 2015, the New England HIDTA has been awarded discretionary funds to support the regional Overdose Response Strategy (ORS)...
The Domestic Highway Enforcement Program at the New England HIDTA promotes collaborative intelligence-led policing to enhance coordinated multi-jurisdictional operational law enforcement efforts on the region’s highway system…
Essex County Youth
The prevention initiative identifies at-risk youth in local communities, offering them unique opportunities to embrace the values of leadership and mentorship.
Prescription Drug Project
The New England HIDTA Drug Threat Assessment has identified opioid abuse, primarily of heroin and controlled prescription opioids, as the most significant drug threat to the New England region.
S.C.O.P.E. of Pain
Since 2013 New England HIDTA has held a collaborative partnership with the Boston University School of Medicine (BUSOM) to offer an accredited program, the Safe & Competent Opioid Prescribing Education (SCOPE) of Pain.
From time to time, we seek out qualified candidates to help us achieve our mission at NEHIDTA. We also post other job opportunities for our associated agencies. Click below to view the current openings.
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