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NADDI’s objective is simple: to improve its members’ ability to investigate, prosecute, and prevent pharmaceutical drug diversion.
NADDI of GEORGIA

INTRODUCTION

WELCOME to the home page for the Georgia Chapter of NADDI.
The Georgia Chapter of NADDI was established in 2006.

Like most states, prescription drug diversion is a growing problem in Georgia. Our goal is to establish relationships among diversion investigators and healthcare personnel in an effort to curb some of the problems. These relationships can only be achieved if we develop a network and maintain communication through organizations such as NADDI.

Our current members encompass local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies. We are also fortunate to have non-law enforcement members who work in the pharmaceutical industry, loss prevention, legal field, healthcare industry, insurance industry and various other fields.

Our goal is to sponsor two meetings a year. In an effort to promote involvement, we are striving to host these meetings across the state. In each meeting, we want our members to learn from the guest speakers as well as share their education and tips with all those in attendance.

The membership fee to join NADDI is $50.00 per year; this includes state and national fees. 

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NADDI of GEORGIA

UPCOMING TRAININGS

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2020 NADDI 31st Annual ConferenceHyatt Regency Downtown Indianapolis
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GEORGIA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

President

VACANT

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Vice President

KEITH MCCOY

GAINESVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT

Secretary

andy SMITH

GAINESVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT

PHARMACY LIAISON

DAVID CARR

HEALTHQUEST

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CHAPTER HISTORY

Georgia was the 21st State to establish a chapter within the NADDI organization. The State Chapter was approved on June 29, 2006 and has been a dynamic chapter since its inception. Ms. Adrienne Baker has led the helm since the Chapter was formed. Adrienne and the Georgia Team have always kept the training’s fresh and valuable; providing law enforcement and healthcare credits at most of their training’s. The Georgia Chapter has provided numerous training’s and resources to its members over the years, holding regular meetings and state training’s; and has also orchestrated community and law enforcement special projects. Several of the most notable projects include the disbursement of approximately 150 drug drop boxes to law enforcement agencies across the state; the development of a Diversion FTO program, to training one-on-one; and providing regular newsletters and electronic updates to the Chapter members of important evolving trends and statewide updates.

We look forward to 2020 to see what new and innovative ideas the Chapter brings. We thank the Georgia Board of Directors for their time and all their efforts!

We would like to thank the following Georgia members who have volunteered their time and efforts to the NADDI organization and the Georgia State Chapter Board of Directors!

Adrienne Baker – President
Stephanie Cleary – Treasurer
Elizabeth Cline – Regional Director
Sandy Clukey – Regional Director
Laurel Gamage – Corresponding Secretary
Dwayne Gooden – Secretary
Terry Hawkins – Community Affairs Officer
Michael Karnbach – Vice President
Emmalie Kirkland – Secretary
Laurie Lane – Intelligence Officer
Mike Lavender – Treasurer
Russell Nix – Treasurer
Toni Prine – Secretary
Karl Reimers – Secretary
Mike Strickland – Treasurer, Corresponding Secretary
Bill VanHoose – Vice President
Micah Wilkerson – Treasurer, Training Coordinator

National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators Federal Tax ID: 52-1660752 / DUNS Number: 073539913

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