DEA and Drugs: Costs & Consequences featured on
WBAL 11 TV Hill
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Kaufman Pavilion at Rash Field
Outside the Maryland Science Center
Drugs: Costs & Consequences Opening
Drugs: Costs & Consequences
The DEA Museum opened a powerful exhibit September 2002 that traces the historic and contemporary connections between global drug trafficking and terrorism.
Drugs: Costs & Consequences allows visitors to explore a global and historical overview of this deadly connection.
Expanded in 2004, Drugs: Costs & Consequences now presents not only narco-terrorism issues, but also a look at other costs to society–costs to children, costs to the environment, costs to the body, and ends with an important look at how each visitor can work to break the cycle of drug abuse and drug-related violence.
The following organizations have significantly assisted the DEA Museum with the development and/or expansion of the Drugs: Costs & Consequences exhibit:
- The Office of National Drug Control Policy
- The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
- The National Institute on Drug Abuse
- The National Guard