Republican candidate for Governor Jim Talent thinks a key to winning the fight against methamphetamine makers is to have a centralized crime reporting system in the state. He says it’s needed before the state can get more federal anti-meth money. Missouri is one of only two states without a uniform crime reporting system that links state, local, regional and federal law enforcement agencies. He also wants to set up seven regional investigation teams of specially-trained officers, and he wants to establish a special task force to clean up the toxic wastes left by meth production.
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