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Missouri Becomes the Fourth State to Connect to Kentucky's Real-time Cold Medicine Tracking System
Date:3/4/2010

The National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators (NADDI) has facilitated an agreement between law enforcement, healthcare professionals, state regulatory agencies, and pharmaceutical manufacturers to implement the program.  NPLEx is funded by manufacturers of those medicines and therefore is free to any state that chooses to join the system.

"By adopting NPLEx as its e-tracking program, Missouri launches a pioneering effort to block illegal PSE purchases store by store, city by city, and state by state," said Charlie Cichon, NADDI executive director. "NPLEx is the only solution that stops meth cooks from crossing borders to purchase PSE illegally, making it the most effective solution available."

"I am proud Missouri has joined us in this very difficult task of fighting illegal meth labs and their suppliers," said Keith Cain, Davies County, Kentucky sheriff and chairman of the National Sheriffs' Association Drug Enforcement Committee. "Missouri becomes the second Kentucky border state to join this national system along with Illinois.  I hope that other states on our border will soon join as well."


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