The Medina County Drug Task Force (MCDTF) was established in 1987. The purpose of its creation was to identify, investigate and arrest those persons involved in drug trafficking, drug cultivation, drug manufacturing, to dismantle drug networks and to seize drug shipments. Since its inception, the Medina County Drug Task Force has had many notable successes.
The primary funding for the MCDTF is provided by the Medina County Drug Advisory Committee (MCDAC). The Medina County Drug Advisory Committee serves to prevent the negative effects of drug abuse by providing funding for law enforcement officers and school resource officers. These services are supported with funds collected by Medina County’s 5-Year Anti-Drug Levy, which first passed in 1987 and most recently passed in November, 2015.
The quality of life and safety of all Medina County residents is of paramount importance. The Medina County Drug Task Force partners with other local, state and federal law enforcement agencies to provide the most effective and efficient drug enforcement possible.