Drug Enforcement Administration
Skip Navigation

Press Room
News Releases
E-mail updates red envelope
Speeches & Testimony
Multi-Media Library

About Us
Mission
Leadership
History
Organizational Chart
Programs & Operations
Wall of Honor
DEA Museum
Office Locations

Careers at DEA

DEA Drug Information
Drug Information Resources

Law Enforcement
Most Wanted
Major Operations
Threat Assessment
Training Programs
Stats & Facts
Additional Resources

Drug Prevention
For Young Adults
For Parents
Additional Drug Resources

Diversion Control & Prescription Drugs
Registration
Cases Against Doctors

Drug Policy
Controlled Substances Act
Federal Trafficking Penalties
Drug Scheduling

Legislative Resources

Publications

Acquisitions & Contracts

Need to know more about drugs?  www.justthinktwice.com

GetSmart About Drugs - A DEA Resource for Parents

News Release
September 23, 2004

DEA Detroit SAC John Gilbride
Briefs Congressman Joe Knollenberg

Detroit Management Team meets with Congressman Joe Knollenberg (From L to R): ASAC Rich Badaracco, Congressman Knollenberg, SAC John Gilbride, ASAC Jimmy Fox, and ASAC John Arvanintis Congressman Joe Knollenberg (9th District, Michigan), and DEA Detroit Special Agent in Charge John Gilbride in Congressman Knollenberg’s Michigan office.
Detroit Management Team meets with Congressman Joe Knollenberg (From L to R): ASAC Rich Badaracco, Congressman Knollenberg, SAC John Gilbride, ASAC Jimmy Fox, and ASAC John Arvanintis
Congressman Joe Knollenberg (9th District, Michigan), and DEA Detroit Special Agent in Charge John Gilbride in Congressman Knollenberg’s Michigan office.

SEP 23--Farmington Hills, MI - On September 20, 2004, U.S Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent in Charge (SAC) John Gilbride, and Assistant Special Agents in Charge (ASACs), John Arvanitis, Jimmy Fox, and Rich Badaracco briefed U.S. Representative Joe Knollenberg, 9th District, Michigan, and his staff regarding the DEA’s activities in the 9th Congressional District. The briefing focused on DEA’s enforcement activity, relationships with local law enforcement in the 9th District, current drug trends in the region, and programs that have been conducted by the DEA Demand Reduction Program in the 9th District.

At the conclusion of the briefing, SAC Gilbride committed to continue the open dialogue with Congressman Knollenberg and further agreed to host a future meeting at the Detroit DEA office for the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions from the 9th Congressional District.

 

Home USDOJ.GOV Privacy Policy Contact Us Site Map