The Lake County Narcotics Agency in Ohio was established in January 1979 by the Lake County Commissioners and the Lake County Association of Chiefs of Police. An Executive Board comprised of the county prosecutor, one county commissioner, one city manager/mayor, and four chiefs of police from local municipalities oversees the operations of the agency.
In June of 1982 a 0.20 mill continuing levy was passed to fund the agency. The agency structured its mission to focus on working closely with local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies to combat drug abuse in Lake County Ohio.
The Lake County Narcotics Agency strives to combat the drug problem through quality narcotics investigations, community awareness, and educational programs such as the P.L.U.S. Program. The agency's leadership and personnel are fully committed to making Lake County a safe and drug-free community for all to enjoy.
The Lake County Narcotics Agency is a full-time county drug enforcement agency that provides support to 22 municipal and village police departments and the Lake County Sheriff’s Office.
Lake County Narcotics Agency
Director David Frisone
P.O. Box 490
Painesville, OH 44077-0490
Fax: (440) 350-3313