The Use of Publicly Available Information (PAI) in Disrupting Illicit Fentanyl Networks

In April, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced that it will lead an expanded, multi-agency effort to target the transnational criminals funneling fentanyl from Mexico into American communities. In support of this multi-agency effort, there are many tools and data sources at our disposal to identify and dismantle these networks.


Watch this on-demand webinar where Sayari discusses the role that Publicly Available Information (PAI) plays in our fight against fentanyl. Sayari provides best practices for using court-admissible, public records to better identify the facilitators that provide financial and logistical support to the cartels. From mapping complex corporate ownership structures in Mexico to tracing the flow of fentanyl precursor chemicals across the border, Sayari provides practical tips for using PAI.


Specifically, this webinar covers:

  • Examining Transshipment Hubs for Fentanyl Precursor Chemicals
  • Using Public Records to Map Cartel-Linked Shell Companies
  • Examining the Roles of Key Control Parties (e.g. Lawyers) for Cartel-Linked Companies

Speaker and Presenter Information

Minh Nguyen, Section Chief, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration


Maggie Hwang, China Analyst - Government Solutions, Sayari Analytics


Relevant Government Agencies

Other Federal Agencies, Federal Government, State & Local Government, FDA



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Sayari Analytics Government Team at Carahsoft

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