President recognizes critical role of ICE in combating opioid crisis in New Hampshire forum
Highlighting the major efforts the administration is dedicating to combating the opioid drugs crisis, President Donald J. Trump held a policy forum on “Opioids: The Crisis Next Door” at Manchester Community College on Monday, March 19, 2018 in Manchester, NH.
The President recognized U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency efforts overall and specifically recognized ICE’s Homeland Security Investigations-Manchester for its critical role as part of law enforcement efforts in the region along with key local, state, and federal law enforcement partners in fighting the ongoing crisis.
Among those singled out for special recognition by the President included HSI-Manchester Special Agents Derek Dunn and HSI-Manchester Special Agent Ronald Morin for their roles in several highly-successful Narcotics and Human Trafficking investigations in Massachusetts and in New Hampshire.
Also attending were local, state and federal law enforcement leadership engaged in the fight against the opioids crisis including DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu, HSI-Boston Acting Special Agent In Charge Michael Shea, HSI- Boston Assistant Special Agent in Charge Bart Cahill, and HSI Manchester Resident Agent In Charge Michael Posanka.