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CC Drug Task Force

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Contact Information

Cecil County Sheriff's Office
107 Chesapeake Blvd.
Suite 112
Elkton, MD 21921
410-996-5500

Maryland State Police
2433 W. Pulaski Hwy.
Elkton, MD 21921
410-996-7800

Elkton Police Department
100 Railroad Ave.
North East, MD 21921
410-398-4200

The Cecil County Drug Task Force (CCDTF) is a combined investigative effort of the Elkton Police Department, Cecil County Sheriff's Office, Maryland State Police, and the Cecil County State's Attorney's Office.

The manpower and resources of the unit are directed at violations of the Controlled Dangerous Substances laws of the state of Maryland involving the sale, manufacture, importation and smuggling of drugs into Cecil County.

The unit has good working relationships with various local, state and federal drug units throughout the country. Locally the unit works with concerned citizens, paid and unpaid confidential informants, as well as officers working in an undercover capacity in the drug community. All officers in the CCDTF have "state-wide authority," meaning that they have law enforcement powers throughout the state as virtually all drug investigations involve multiple jurisdictions.

Eyes and Ears of the Community

No one know knows your specific community as well as you do. Here's how you can help the Task Force.

If something feels or looks suspicious, please call the CCDTF at 443-350-9125, or in an emergency, your local law enforcement agency. All calls are handled with full confidentiality and callers remain anonymous.

When you call please provide as much information as possible, including addresses, vehicle descriptions and registration numbers. No piece of intelligence information is too small. If necessary you may leave a message, but we encourage you to call back until you can speak personally with an investigator. We document all drug tips.

Investigations involving drugs take time to develop as tips and information become available. Do not get discouraged during this process.

Remember, you are the eyes and ears of your community and with your assistance we will fight this battle together!