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1 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director County Summary Drug Threat Drug Seizures Arrests Treatment Admissions Treatment Admissions Drug-Related Deaths Drug-Related Deaths Medical Marijuana Medical Marijuana Marijuana Plant Seizures Marijuana Plant Seizures Clan Lab Seizures Clan Lab Seizures HIDTA County Drug Factsheet Washington County Contact information Oregon Task Forces

2 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director 2013 County Summary Summary In 2013, the largest proportion of arrests in Washington County was for methamphetamine, followed by arrests for heroin, marijuana, and cocaine. The number of deaths related to heroin use in the county rose to a high of 12 in 2012, the latest data available. In addition, six deaths were attributed to methamphetamine abuse and three (3) to cocaine use. From 2008 to 2012, aAdmissions for treatment were highest in the county for marijuana, followed by methamphetamine, heroin, controlled prescription drugs, and cocaine. The number of indoor marijuana plants seized in Washington County ranged from five (5) plants in 2008 to 2,089 plants in Outdoor plants seized in the county dropped from a high of 3,137 plants in 2007 to 25 plants in The number of medical marijuana cardholders in Washington County grew more than fivefold from April 2006 (726) to October 2013 (4,142). Washington County has reported 13 methamphetamine laboratory seizures since and one DMT lab since County Statistics 1,2 Population: Washington: 550,990 (second largest HIDTA county by population) Population: Washington: 550,990 (second largest HIDTA county by population) Land area in square miles: Washington: 724 (OR: 95,988) Land area in square miles: Washington: 724 (OR: 95,988) Persons per square mile: Washington: (OR: 40.8) Persons per square mile: Washington: (OR: 40.8) Population, percent change 2004 to 2012: Washington: 14.7% (OR 9.4%) Population, percent change 2004 to 2012: Washington: 14.7% (OR 9.4%) Sources: 1 U.S. Census Bureau, State and County QuickFacts; 2 Portland Population Research Center.

3 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Drug Threat Notes: The tables reflect responses from participating task forces and local, state,and federal law enforcement agencies to two questions on the 2013 Oregon HIDTA Drug Threat Assessment survey: 1) Please rank order the drugs which pose the greatest threat to your jurisdiction and 2) Which drug most contributes to violent crime and property crime and serves as the primary funding source for major criminal activity in your area. CPDs = Controlled Prescription Drugs.

4 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Oregon HIDTA seizure data Oregon HIDTA seizure data DHE seizure data Seizure Data

5 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Oregon HIDTA Initiative Drug Seizure Data Return to seizure page

6 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Domestic Highway Enforcement Data Return to seizure page

7 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Arrests County Arrests Arrests – per capita comparison Arrests – per capita comparison

8 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director County Arrests The number of methamphetamine arrests in Washington County more than doubled from 2010 to From 2006 to 2013, marijuana arrests more than doubled and heroin arrests rose more than sixfold in the county, while arrests for cocaine declined more than 40 percent. Return to arrests page

9 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Arrests – Per Capita Comparison The number of drug arrests for Washington County was lower per capita when compared to the HIDTA counties and Oregon, rising 84 percent from 2008 to Return to arrests page

10 Return to main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Click to return to map or press Esc key to exit show. Treatment Admissions County Admissions County Admissions Admissions – per capita comparison Admissions – per capita comparison

11 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Treatment Admissions With the exception of cocaine, admissions for abuse of major drugs have increased in the county since Admissions for use of controlled prescription drugs showed the sharpest increase (201%), followed by heroin (114%), marijuana (54%), and methamphetamine (9%). Cocaine admissions fluctuated only slightly during the same period with the same number of admissions (85) reported in 2004 and Return to treatment page

12 Return to main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Click to return to map or press Esc key to exit show. Treatment Admissions - Per Capita With the exception of Clackamas County, the number of treatment admissions for major illicit drugs in Washington County was lower per capita when compared to the HIDTA Region and Oregon from 2006 to Return to treatment page

13 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Drug-Related Deaths County Deaths Per capita comparison Per capita comparison

14 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Drug-Related Deaths, Washington County Deaths from heroin use rose from a low of three (3) to a high of 12 in the county between 2004 and Deaths associated with methamphetamine use rose from a low of one (1) in 2010 to six in Cocaine-related deaths declined from a high of six (6) in 2004 to three (3) in Return to drug related deaths page

15 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Drug-Related Deaths - Per Capita Comparison The number of drug-related deaths in Washington County was lower when compared per capita to the HIDTA region and Oregon from 2004 to The actual number of drug-related deaths in the county rose more than fourfold from 2006 to 2012 – largely driven by a rise in the number of heroin-related fatalities. Return to drug-related deaths page

16 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Oregon Marijuana Plant Seizures Indoor Marijuana Outdoor Marijuana Outdoor Marijuana Eradication Map

17 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Indoor Marijuana The number of indoor seizures reported in Washington County was higher when compared per capita to the HIDTA region and Oregon in The actual number of indoor seizures in Washington County has ranged from five (5) plants seized in 2008 to 2,089 plants seized in Return to plant seizures

18 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Outdoor Marijuana The actual number of outdoor plants seized in the county dropped from a high of 3,137 plants in 2007 to 25 plants in Return to plant seizures

19 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Click to return to map or press Esc key to exit show. Lincoln 12/0/9 Linn 279/214/16 Lane 570 /4,266/100 Douglas 363 /3,635/30 Jackson 450/4,424/164 Josephine 106/5,560/621 Coos 34/16/1 Deschutes 58 /0/75 Klamath 134/27/337 Morrow 25/15/0 Marion 248/0/307 Polk 65/0/68 Yamhill 0/41/0 Clackamas 928 /403/315 Multnomah 3,233/28/85 Washington 2,089 /25/28 Plant Counts Indoor /Outdoor/Bulk Seizure* 9,115 /18,920/2,450 Malheur 0/0/42 Lake 0/0/109 Jefferson 27/0/2 Umatilla 260/128/21 Wasco 0/0/19 Wallowa 114/27/0 Baker 0/0/5 Harney 0/0/86 Crook 5/12/2 Union 39/23/0 Curry 76/73/3 Hood River 0/3/ Marijuana Eradication Statistics Return to plant seizures *Statistics include DHE seizures reported by the Oregon State Police

20 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Medical Marijuana Cardholder Statistics Medical Marijuana Cardholder Statistics Medical Marijuana Math Medical Marijuana Math Photos of Medical Marijuana Grows Photos of Medical Marijuana Grows

21 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Medical Marijuana The actual number of medical marijuana cardholders in Washington County grew more than fivefold from April 2006 (726) to October 2013 (4,142). Return to medical marijuana page

22 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Return to medical marijuana page Source: “Drug traffickers exploit Oregon medical marijuana program’s lax oversight and loose rules”, Oregonian, 9/22/12. Medical Marijuana Math

23 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Medical Marijuana Grow Photos Medical marijuana growing room on property located in Grants Pass, OR. Grower was one of three people who gave medical marijuana to a woman arrested in Portland, OR for trying to ship product to Boston for sale. (AP Photo/U.S. Attorney's Office, Medford, OR, 5/17/11). In-compliance grow with plants measuring approximately 15’ in height. Photo taken as part of a RADE team investigation into an out-of-compliance grow located on the same property. Josephine County, OR, October Each of these OMMP grow sites is on a separate tax lot. In this case, the garden is situated across or near property lines making it challenging to determine the responsible party (Source: “Oregon’s failed medical marijuana program”, The Examiner, 9/20/09). Caregiver grow site with multiple patients and growers. There is no limit on the number of plants or patients a caregiver can have (Source: “Oregon’s failed medical marijuana program”, The Examiner, 9/20/09). Return to medical marijuana page

24 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Washington County reported methamphetamine laboratory seizures in 2005 (12), 2006 (8), 2007 (1), 2008 (1), 2009 (1), 2012 (1), and between January and September 2013 (1). The county reported one DMT lab in Clandestine Labs

25 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Oregon Drug Task Forces Eastern Region Baker County Narcotics Enforcement Team (BCNET) (Baker) Blue Mountain Enforcement Narcotics Team (BENT) (Umatilla) - HIDTA Central Oregon Drug Enforcement (CODE) (Deschutes) - HIDTA High Desert Drug Enforcement (H2DE) (Malheur) Mid-Columbia Interagency Narcotics Task Force (MINT) (Wasco) Union-Wallowa Drug Task Force (Union/Wallowa) Warm Springs PD (Warm Springs Indian Reservation) - HIDTA Southern Region Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team (DINT) (Douglas) - HIDTA DEA – Eugene (Lane) – HIDTA DEA – Medford (Jackson) - HIDTA Klamath Falls Interagency Narcotics Team (KINT) (Klamath) Lane County Interagency Narcotics Team (INET) (Lane) - HIDTA Medford Area Drug and Gang Enforcement (MADGE) (Jackson) - HIDTA Rogue Area Drug Enforcement (RADE) (Josephine) South Coast Interagency Narcotics Team (SCINT) (Coos/Curry) Portland Metro Region Clackamas County Interagency Task Force (CCITF) (Clackamas) - HIDTA Clatsop County Interagency Narcotics Team (CCINT) (Clatsop) Columbia Enforcement Narcotics Team (CENT) (Columbia) DEA-Salem Task Force (Marion) - HIDTA DEA-Portland Task Force (Multnomah) – HIDTA HIDTA Interdiction Team (HIT) (Multnomah) - HIDTA Lincoln Interagency Narcotics Team (LINT) (Lincoln) Multnomah County SO Special Investigations Unit (Multnomah) Oregon Financial Crimes Task Force (Multnomah) - HIDTA Polk Interagency Narcotics Team (POINT) (Polk) Portland Metro Gang Task Force (PAMGTF) (Multnomah) - HIDTA Special Enforcement Team (SET) (Multnomah) Tillamook Narcotics Team (TNT) (Tillamook) U.S. Marshall’s Service Fugitive Task Force (USMS) (Multnomah) - HIDTA Westside Interagency Narcotics Team (WIN) (Washington) – HIDTA Yamhill County Interagency Narcotics Team (YCINT) (Yamhill)

26 Return to Washington main page Oregon HIDTA ISC Chris Gibson, Oregon HIDTA Director Chris Gibson, HIDTA Director Phone: Phone: Contact Information Questions? Contact Julie Sutton Phone:


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