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Amador County Combined Narcotics Task Force (ACCNET)

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The Amador County Combined Narcotic Enforcement Team (ACCNET) began operations on November 01, 2007.

ACCNET is funded through Federal Anti-Drug (ADA) and California Emergency Management Agency (Cal EMA) grant funding through California Multi-Jurisdictional Methamphetamine Enforcement Team Program (CalMMET).   ACCNET also receives grant funding from the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA).

These funds are administered through the Sheriff’s Office. Currently the salaries for the Jackson and Ione Police Department Task Force Agents, a Sheriff Services Assistant position, and a pre-determined amount of overtime for the other agents are paid through these funds. The remaining agencies agents salaries and overtime are paid for by their respective agencies. ACCNET can be reached by calling the main office telephone number at (209) 223-6898 or accnet@amadorsheriff.org.

Agencies that contribute officers to ACCNET include:

Amador County Sheriff's Office

Amador County District Attorney's Office

California Highway Patrol

Sutter Creek Police Department

Jackson Police Department

Ione Police Deparment


Mission Statement

The mission of ACCNET is the joint coordination of local law enforcement agencies to interdict and reduce the production, manufacturing, distribution and trafficking of methamphetamine along with other illicit drugs, thereby increasing public safety of the citizens of Amador County. 


Executive Council

MARTIN A. RYAN, Sheriff
Amador County

TODD RIEBE, District Attorney 
Amador County

MARK BONINI, Chief
Amador County Probation

CHUCK ILEY, CAO 
Amador County

SCOTT MORRISON, Chief of Police
Jackson Police Department

JIM O'CONNELL, Chief of Police 
Sutter Creek Police Department

TRACY BUSBY, Chief of Police
Ione Police Department

TODD BROWN, Commander
California Highway Patrol