DEA now accepting tips online

Announced yesterday:

Starting today on this web site,, the public can inform federal drug agents about illegal drug trafficking activity in their communities by submitting a tip on-line.

Yeah, that’s right. The DEA, a federal agency, wants to find more ways to short-circuit local law enforcement and have citizens communicate directly with them. This is, of course, important to them, so they’re able to interfere with those pesky states and municipalities who don’t toe the federal drug war line.
If you want to submit a tip, you can do so here. I assume, but don’t know, that they may have some way of tracking the ip address of those who submit tips. And, of course, I would never do anything so irresponsible as to encourage people to submit fake tips about drug warriors from anonymous public computers. So don’t do that.

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13 Responses to DEA now accepting tips online

  1. Conflicted says:


    When I was 14 I heard on the radio (38 years ago) that marijuana cures asthma. Since asthma attacks were constant; I was willing to try it and am glad I did. In the past 38 years I’ve had three asthma attacks and each time because no pot!!!!

    My state has failed twice in the past year to pass medical marijuana laws and subsequently; I’m getting worse. I’d rather be sick than get help from the kind of people below. So the last thing I want to do is turn in an honest community based, supportive, helpful, pot dealer.

    However, I’m at my wits’ end with these two jokers who 1. live side by side in the same apt. complex. 2. Terrorize the tenants with their “unending guests; who fight; spill out into the hallway and parking lot; invite domestic disturbance and noise complaints to the police who “can’t do anything except tell them to stop it.” 3.Constantly disturbing the peace. 4. Questionable underage girls exchanging favors for hard drugs or worse. 5. Trash the place. 6. Get tipped off when anonymous tips are given. (activity ceases then starts up), and lastly, 7. Leaving hypodermic needles along with the rest of the trash they throw out of their vehicles.

    I’ve always been grateful to the pot dealers. I believe people are in harms way and it’s just not your friendly pot dealer any more. These guys should be the poster children of what’s keeping pot illegal.

    We want this stopped. The locals aren’t helping and these tenants are too difficult to control. Where can we turn?

    Your web presence site has given me the confidence to write you. Great JOB!

  2. Conflicted says:

    Referencing the privacy policy of reporting a tip from above: The DEA tip has Privacy Policy on its’ menu which takes you to the Dept. of Justice and YES they clearly can find a lot more than your IP Address. So if you want anonymity and want to report “real dangerous illicit activity or suspicious behavior”; you will not be anonymous. How do I know that the very people making so much misery for their neighbors aren’t going to find out who I am?

    Here is how we (DOJ / DEA) handle information about your visit to our Web site:

    [at end of “Policy.”]

    In certain circumstances, however, we may take additional steps to identify you based on this information and we may share this information, including your identity, with other government agencies.

    A. Information Collected and Stored Automatically

    If you visit our site to read or download information, we collect and store the following information about your visit:

    – The name of the Internet domain (for example, “” if you use a private Internet access account, or “” if you are connecting from a university’s domain) and the IP address (a number that is automatically assigned to your computer when you are using the Internet) from which you access our site;

    – The type of browser and operating system used to access our site;

    – The date and time you access our site;

    – The Internet address of the Web site from which you linked directly to our site; and

    – The pages you visit and the information you request.

    This information is primarily collected for statistical analysis and technical improvements to the site. This government computer system uses software programs to create summary statistics, which may be used for such purposes as assessing what information is of most and least interest, determining technical design specifications, and identifying system performance or problem areas. In certain circumstances, however, we may take additional steps to identify you based on this information and we may share this information, including your identity, with other government agencies.

  3. andrew saksa says:

    I have a 21 year old son who deals crack, percocet, pot and anything else he and his cousins can get their hands on. I have been notifying the Worcester police dept. and the gang task force since last June about what is going on, and have gotten no action on the situation. I would like to leave my phone number for anyone to call me with any tips on what direction I need to go in to save my sons life. I am getting no response from my local police dept.
    Andrew Saksa
    Worcester, MA

  4. Duncan says:

    It makes me sad to think that there are people really believe that tossing someone in jail equates to “saving a life”. Mind your own business Mr. Saska. Your son is a full grown man.

  5. DdC says:

    Morality is always the product of terror;
    its chains and strait-waistcoats are fashioned
    by those who dare not trust others,
    because they dare not trust themselves, to walk in liberty.

    — Aldous Huxley

    Ganjawar: Prison Slave Labor, Rape & Pillage Deterrent

    Getting him off the white powders libralterrorists think it all the same has been done sucessfully with Ganja. If they are using addictive drugs Ganja can ease the sharp edges and nausea. If he’s selling drugs, nothing seems to be getting people richer quicker than Ganja, while the white powders still get the mandatory sentencing for garbage that hurts people. If you or he doesn’t know the difference, then its a coin toss between the streets getting him or the cops. If you live in a backwards place that doesn’t know the diference. Move. But you’re not doing him a favor giving him to the fascist to use as a snitch or slave labor. He is just a head count worth $35,000.00 a year taking up cage space.

    Well mr saksa, this is the lesson you wish on your own kid?

    Relax Your Muscles as Much as Possible’‘October 27, 2002

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