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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 17. Food and Drugs
- Chapter 30. Controlled Substances
- Section 100. Powers of the Department of Public Safety.
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AS 17.30.100. Powers of the Department of Public Safety.
- (a) The commissioner of public safety shall enforce this chapter and shall cooperate with other state and federal agencies
in the discharge of their responsibilities pertaining to illicit traffic in controlled substances and in suppressing
the abuse of controlled substances. Under this section, the powers of the commissioner of public safety include but are
not limited to the following:
- (1) arranging for the exchange of information among government officials concerning illicit traffic in and abuse of
- (2) coordinating training programs pertaining to controlled substances at both local and state levels;
- (3) cooperating with the Drug Enforcement Administration of the United States Department of Justice by establishing a
centralized unit to accept, catalog, file, and collect statistics, including records of persons who have violated the
provisions of this chapter or AS 11.71 in the state and making
the information available for federal, state, and local law enforcement purposes; and
- (4) instituting in the superior court, actions for injunctions against continued manufacture, distribution, dispensation,
or research with a controlled substance in the state by a person who violates 21 U.S.C. 811 - 830 (Controlled
Substances Act) or the regulations adopted under those sections.
- (b) The commissioner of public safety may not furnish the name or identity of a patient or research subject whose identity
could not be obtained under AS 17.30.155
- (c) The Department of Public Safety, in accordance with AS 37.07
(the Executive Budget Act), may apply for and accept money necessary to exchange information concerning narcotics
trafficking between the states, or otherwise related to the enforcement of AS 11.71 or AS 11.73.
- (d) The Department of Public Safety or a local law enforcement agency may accept from the United States Attorney General
property, including money, that is forfeited under 21 U.S.C. 881 (the Controlled Substances Act). The Department of
Public Safety and local law enforcement agencies shall, in accordance with 21 U.S.C. 881 (e) and regulations and
policies adopted under that section, use property and the proceeds of property obtained under this subsection in the
enforcement of this chapter, AS 11.71, and municipal ordinances
substantially similar to this chapter and AS 11.71.
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