|Office of Justice Programs (OJP)||Violent Offender Incarceration and Truth-in-Sentencing (VOI/TIS) Incentive Formula Grant Program Guidance||Not specified||February 28, 2020||DOJ-1316776||Grants||Guidance for states on the use and disposition requirements for VOI/TIS-funded facilities.|
|Office of Justice Programs (OJP)||Award Conditions: Civil Rights compliance||Not specified||February 28, 2020||DOJ-1316896||Grants||Civil rights compliance information specific to State Administering Agencies for OJP awards during or prior to FY2016|
|Office of Justice Programs (OJP)||Federal Civil Rights Checklist||Not specified||February 28, 2020||DOJ-1316901||Grants||Sample civil rights compliance checklist to assist state administering agencies in review of sub-recipients|
|Office of Justice Programs (OJP)||FAQ: Filing a Civil Rights Complaint||Not specified||February 28, 2020||DOJ-1316906||Grants||Basic information on civil rights under the jursidiction of OCR and instructions on how to file a complaint with OCR.|
|U.S. Trustee Program||Quality of Service Review of Credit Counseling Agencies||Not specified||February 28, 2020||UST-1317801||Credit Counseling & Debtor Education (Bankruptcy)||
Template letter explaining process and documentation requested for quality of service reviews of approved credit counseling agencies.
|Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)||Federal Firearms Licensee Quick Reference and Best Practices Guide||Not specified||December 27, 2021||DOJ-1981026||Firearms||
This guide examines a list of the most common issues observed by ATF IOIs during ATF inspections.
|Diversion Control Program (DEA)||Pharmacist Guide to Prescription Fraud||Not specified||February 28, 2020||DEA-DC-02||Controlled Substance Prescriptions||
This information alerts the reader to certain signs, behaviors or symptoms that the drug impaired co-worker may exhibit. The material discusses things such as absenteeism, frequent disappearances, not meeting deadlines and work performances alternating between low and high periods of productivity. The material also gives the reader what are his/her responsibilities and things they can do to help to co-worker.
|Diversion Control Program (DEA)||Recognize the Abuser||Not specified||February 28, 2020||DEA-DC-3||General||
This pamphlet is directed to medical practitioners to assist them in recognizing a drug abuser, give them actions to take when confronted by a suspected drug abuser, and responsibilities regarding proper prescribing to prevent diversion. This includes common characteristics of the drug abuser and modus operandi often used by a drug-abusing patient.
|Diversion Control Program (DEA)||Drug Addiction in Health Care Professionals||Not specified||February 28, 2020||DEA-DC-01||General||
This informational pamphlet is aimed at health care professionals. It is a guide to show how they can recognize drug addiction with co-workers and/or a drug impaired co-workers. The information alerts the reader to certain signs, behaviors or symptoms that the drug impaired co-worker may exhibit. The material discusses things such as absenteeism, frequent disappearances, not meeting deadlines and work performances alternating between low and high periods of productivity.
|Diversion Control Program (DEA)||Preventing Diversion||Not specified||February 28, 2020||DEA-DC-13||General||
The document discusses ways for practitioners to be aware of signs that patients are trying to access drugs for diversion, such as giving vague symptoms, exaggerating pain, or avoiding tests and accessing medical history. The document also discusses ways for practitioners to avoid giving out prescriptions that could lead to diversion. Practitioners must assure they conduct medical examinations and tests while also looking out for signs of abuse when dealing with patients.
|Diversion Control Program (DEA)||Preventing the Retail Diversion of Pseudoephedrine||Not specified||February 28, 2020||DEA-DC-4||General||
Summary of the Combat Methamphetamine Epidemic Act of 2005 (CMEA). Preventing the Retail Diversion of Pseudoephedrine, including CMEA requirements, methamphetamine background information, and DEA’s goals in combating the methamphetamine epidemic.
|Diversion Control Program (DEA)||Clarification of Title 21 CFR 1301.90 - Employee Screening - Non-Practitioners||Not specified||February 28, 2020||DEA-DC-6||Controlled Substance Security||
This document identified a DEA regulation that may create unintended consequences for a formerly incarcerated individual that is attempting to successfully reenter society. Specifically, 21 CFR 1301.90 has been identified as such because this regulation sets forth specific questions in order for a non-practitioner to comprehensively screen employees.
|Diversion Control Program (DEA)||Questions and Answers for Prescribing Practitioners (EPCS)||Not specified||February 28, 2020||DEA-DC-9||Controlled Substance Prescriptions||
All records for prescribing of an FDA-approved narcotic for the treatment of opioid addiction need to be kept in accordance with 21 CFR 1304.03(c), 21 CFR 1304.21(b).
|Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP)||5310.15 Minimum Standards for Administration, Interpretation, Use of Education Test||July 15, 1914||February 28, 2020||DOJ-1314761||Inmate and Custody Management (Prisons)||To place literacy, English as-a-Second Language, and other education program inmates in appropriate instructional levels and to assess their learning progress. The provisions of this Program Statement do not apply to tests used in the classroom, such as teacher-made tests or specific tests for court-referred study cases. The administration of education tests for research purposes may be authorized only in accordance with the Program Statement on Research.|
|Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)||Reporting Theft, Loss, or Missing Sealed Inner Liners from DEA-Registered Authorized Collector Locations||September 13, 1922||September 20, 2022||DEA-DC-58||DEA Records and Reports||
This guidance document addresses whether a Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) registrant who is an authorized collector has the responsibility to file a Report of Theft or Loss of Controlled Substances (DEA Form 106) if a sealed inner liner is stolen, lost, or missing from the collector’s registered location (or authorized long-term care facility) before the sealed inner liner is picked up for destruction or destroyed on-site.
|Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)||ATF Ruling 1954-181- Classification of Certain Weapons as Any Other Weapon||January 1, 1954||February 28, 2020||DOJ-1312466||Firearms||This ruling advises that certain weapons fall within the definition of an “any other weapon” within the purview of the Federal Firearms Act.|
|Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)||ATF Ruling 1954-233- Revolver refitted with a 10-inch barrel||January 1, 1954||February 28, 2020||DOJ-1312471||Firearms||This ruling advises that a revolver refitted with a 10-inch barrel and classified as an “any other weapon” and is a firearm under Sec. 2733(a) of the IRC.|
|Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)||ATF Ruling 1954-245- A tool powered by blank .22 and .38 cartridges||January 1, 1954||February 28, 2020||DOJ-1312476||Firearms||This ruling advises that a tool powered by blank .22 and .38 cartridges which is used for setting studs or driving anchors into masonry or metal is not a firearm within the Federal Firearms Act.|
|Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)||ATF Ruling 1954-247- Device for trapping animals||January 1, 1954||February 28, 2020||DOJ-1312481||Firearms||This ruling advises that a device for trapping animals that fires a special plastic cartridge but is not capable of firing projectiles is not a firearm within the Federal Firearms Act.|
|Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)||ATF Ruling 1954-372- Concealed cane gun||January 1, 1954||February 28, 2020||DOJ-1312486||Firearms||This ruling advises that a .410 gauge gun concealed in a cane, or a pistol grip handgun with 8-inch chambered for a .410 gauge shotgun shell, are firearms within the purview of the NFA. A flare pistol is not a firearm if capable of firing only pyrotechnic shells or cartridges designed for use with it.|
|Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)||ATF Ruling 1954-389- Removal of firearms from a foreign trade zone||January 1, 1954||February 28, 2020||DOJ-1312491||Firearms||This ruling clarifies that removal of firearms from a foreign trade zone for any purpose other than reshipment to a place outside the jurisdiction of the U.S. constitutes importation as of the time they were originally brought within the limits of the U.S.|
|Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)||ATF Ruling 1954-519- Classification of a plastic "pistol"||January 1, 1954||February 28, 2020||DOJ-1312496||Firearms||This ruling advises that a plastic "pistol" is not a firearm under the Federal Firearms Act although designed to expel a projectile by the action of an explosive.|
|Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)||ATF Ruling 1955-341- Classification of a 20 gauge gun having two barrels||January 1, 1955||February 28, 2020||DOJ-1312501||Firearms||This ruling clarifies that a 20-gauge gun having two barrels pointing in opposite directions, each of which is threaded to a centerpiece containing a firing mechanism and may be concealed on a person, is a firearm within the purview of the National Firearms Act.|
|Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)||ATF Ruling 1955-528- Classification of crank-operated gear-driven Gatling guns||January 1, 1955||February 28, 2020||DOJ-1312511||Firearms||This ruling clarifies at what point a crank-operated gear-driven Gatling guns would fall or would not fall within the purview of the National Firearms Act.|
|Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)||ATF Ruling 1955-569- Classification of a submarine spear fishing device||January 1, 1955||February 28, 2020||DOJ-1312516||Firearms||This ruling clarifies when a device ostensibly designed for submarine spearfishing but capable of chambering and firing .22 caliber rimfire ammunition would be considered a firearm within the purview of the National Firearms Act.|