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More than 1/3 of DEA’s Divisions Have No Permanent Chiefs

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

The DEA has a problem: It needs more permanently assigned leaders.

The New York Post reports that more than one-third of the DEA’s 21 divisions don’t have permanently assigned special agents in charge.

The Post points out that the New York division is finally getting a chief, James Kasson, more than six months after special agent in charge, John Gilbride, retired to become head of corporate security at Purdue Pharma.

The Post wrote that DEA spokesman Todd Scott downplayed the vacancy’s impacts.

“When there is an acting SAC investigations and cases proceed,” Scott told the Post. “Promotions occur. The acting title does nothing to prevent them from running their division.”

 


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