johnnycee Wrote: If memory serves me right and although I wasn't assigned to any Drug Task Force other than as a support position, transport mostly, the seizures and subsquent forfitures of money and property were generally split up between the agencies involved, and their degree of participation was the determining factor as to how much their respective agency received, wages were not a consideration but I guess the monies recovered and equipment seized did allow the agency to save on those purchases that would have been purchased so the savings in their budgets must have reflected that, possibilty in wage increases.
And this is why law enforcement is against ending the war on drugs. They like having their little parties stealing cars, money and houses form the citizens. Then they wonder why so many don't trust the cops. Some things just don't make sense.