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Mayor's "No Meth" Task Force
Submit a meth tip by clicking the above image or sending an email to:
Meth Lab Stats and Maps
Click below links to view Meth stats from 2010 - 2013:
Comparison to 2013 Months:
- How do I report a meth lab?
If you find a meth lab call 911 immediately. This enables an immediate response to a very dangerous situation. If you want to report suspicious activity in reference to methamphetamine production please call the Evansville Police Department Methamphetamine Suppression Unit at 812-436-7918.
- What does a meth lab look like?
A meth lab has many different components and chemicals involved. Some of these chemicals are camping fuel, pseudoephedrine based cold medication, ether, ammonium nitrate (cold packs), lye and sulfuric acid just to name a few.
- What do I do if I find a meth lab?
If you locate a suspected methamphetamine lab stay away from it and call 911 immediately. If you feel as if you were exposed to a meth lab seek medical attention.
- Does the Evansville Police Department Meth Suppression Unit conduct presentations?
Yes, the EPD MSU does conduct training and presentations throughout the year. Please contact EPD MSU at 812-436-7918 in regards to the presentation and training.
If you have any further questions or would like to report methamphetamine related crime please contact the EPD MSU at 812-436-7918 or submit a tip @ firstname.lastname@example.org
CHILD SERVICES METH STATS
No. of Children involved in meth related petitions
|Region 16 2011 Total:||428|
METH RELATED WARDS TO TOTAL # OF WARDS PER COUNTY & REGION
|COUNTY||TOTAL CHINS FILED IN 2012||TOTAL METH RELATED CHINS||% of Meth Related CHINS to Total # of CHINS|
Child Support Hotline: 800-840-8757
Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline: 800-800-5556