North Central HIDTA
 
About North Central HIDTA

HIDTA is a federal program designed to encourage and support federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies to work together in multi-agency task forces in order to reduce specific drug threats in the HIDTA designated region.

Mission

To substantially reduce drug trafficking activity and violence through enhanced intelligence processes and coordinated law enforcement, prosecutions, and demand reduction efforts.

Activities and Productivity
  • 29 DTOs* were disrupted or dismantled (2 were International and 2 were Multi-State DTOs)
  • 6 Active OCDETF investigations; 3 Disruptions / Dismantlements
  • One Money Laundering Org. Dismantled
  • One Clandestine Lab Dump Site Seized
  • 1,858 individuals arrested
  • 30 Homicides cleared
  • 255 Firearms taken off the street
  • 97 Interdiction operations conducted
 
  • 15 Domestic Highway Enforcement (DHE) Ops
  • 28 DHE Arrests
  • 345 violent felonies cleared
  • 303 Fugitives apprehended;  98 for drug related charges
  • 667 Individuals Prosecuted
  • 453 Individuals Convicted
  • 427 Search Warrants Reviewed
  • 208 Court Orders Reviewed
  • 22,827 Watch Center Requests for Information
  • 1,288 cases provided analytical support
  • Deconfliction conducted with Case Explorer:  2,692 Events and 7,801 Case/Targets submitted
 
  • 564 Cell Phone Extractions performed
  • 144 Electronic Surveillance Orders
  • 146 youth engagement events
  • 5,524 hours spent in community conducting outreach
  • 24,496 Youth participated in crime prevention activities
  • 3,388 residents met at their homes & in neighborhood meetings
*Drug Trafficking Organization
Cost-Effective
  • 46% of Wisconsin’s population covered
  • $1.9 mil. Cash seized
  • $10.8 mil. Drugs & Assets seized
  • $1.91 Return On Investment (ROI)
  • 9 state & local participating agencies will receive proceeds from seized assets
 
  • 1,546 students trained
  • 1,414 investigators/ analysts were provided training at No Cost
  • 276 referrals for early intervention
  • 221 early intervention referrals were completed
 
  • 157 early intervention referrals were compliant
  • 468 Anti-crime meetings facilitated
  • 270 properties flagged for blight prevention
  • Deconfliction available until midnight