marijuana trafficking organizations

marijuanacoffeeThe annual amount of marijuana seizures recently exceeded 100 million units, which means more soldiers and police officers are needed to crack down on illegal possession, but it also means fewer police officers to keep the peace. In addition, illegal marijuana trafficking organizations are growing larger and larger with the money they make, and are increasingly using more complex and sophisticated routes to evade detection. The annual losses to the nation are estimated to be in the hundreds of millions of dollars per year, and the social costs of policing and homelessness are also significant. In order to stop this, it is necessary to cooperate with neighboring countries to stop the illegal importation routes and conduct national prevention campaigns and treatment campaigns for addicts.