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  SC Meth Watch Program

What is Meth? | How Meth Watch Works | Meth Watch Materials
For Retailers | Partners | Training | Mini-Grant | Video

Communities all across America are suffering from the plague of methamphetamine production and usage.  And these communities many of which are rural and suburban are looking for effective and innovative ways to fight back against this illegal menace. Meth Watch is the first national effort aimed at curbing the spread of methamphetamines, and will provide a critical step in reducing the availability of meth in communities nationwide.

Started in Kansas as a public-private partnership between law enforcement, state officials, and the retail community, Meth Watch is designed to help curtail the suspicious sale and theft of common household  products used in the illicit manufacturing of methamphetamine.

Meth Watch is a voluntary program that involves a variety of people at the community and state level, although retail involvement is the cornerstone of this program. This web site provides retailers and interested partners with the resources needed to implement and maintain a Meth Watch program.

Contact Information

If you have any questions on how to become a member of the SC Meth Watch Program, please contact:

Hal A. Wages, Jr.
Program Coordinator
SC Meth Watch Program
(803) 734-4711


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