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The Indiana State Police Methamphetamine Suppression Section (MSS) was created in 2005 under Governor Daniels’ Meth Initiative. Personnel assigned to MSS began full-time, proactive methamphetamine investigations on January 16, 2006. 2005 was the same year the first pseudoephedrine (PSE) controls were passed in Indiana placing all cold and allergy products containing the active ingredient pseudoephedrine or ephedrine behind the counter, in a locked display case or under constant video monitoring. This law was updated in the 2010 and 2011 legislative sessions. Click on the Meth Laws link to view the current statute.
This website is dedicated to continuing the MSS mission of building partnerships between public and private entities to fight the ongoing proliferation of meth in our communities.
Methamphetamine in our communities comes from two sources; importation through foreign countries and domestic production in clandestine drug labs around the state. While amphetamine, methcathinone, LSD, ecstasy, PCP, and GHB can be manufactured in clandestine laboratories, the vast majority of the labs seized in Indiana are manufacturing methamphetamine or meth. The terms clandestine lab and meth lab are used interchangeably.
This website is dedicated to educating the public about issues related to methamphetamine and providing Indiana law enforcement officers the very best information and leads on meth in their communities all over the state of Indiana.
For administrative needs or educational programs contact:
Indiana State Police Meth Suppression Section
1-877-MSS-METH (677-6384) Indiana only