Training Institute

July 9 - 11, 2024

NEW VENUE: Chinook Winds Casino Resort in Lincoln City!


The ONEA Executive Board is proud to request applications for two college scholarships

Who We Are

About the ONEA

The Oregon Narcotics Enforcement Association (ONEA) was formed in 1968 in order to bring law enforcement officers from the local, state and federal levels together for four primary objectives:

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Professional Status

To further the advancement of narcotics law enforcement to a higher professional status


The continued advancement in the techniques of supervision and investigation in the field of narcotics enforcement


Fraternalism among our fellow officers, with unity expressed, implied and practiced by each member


Promotion of mutual cooperation in all area of narcotic and dangerous drug control

After 50 years and currently with approximately 250 members, ONEA has become a model of law enforcement associations and has expanded its objectives to include:

Promotion and support of private, local and state programs that target at-risk youth

Direct membership and active involvement with the National Narcotic Officer's Associations' Coalition

You will be asked to create a NEP Connect profile, request access to the ONEA organization, and enter your membership payment details.  After you've been approved by an ONEA admin your membership payment will then be processed.

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Latest News

Tom Moore

Received word that retired Beaverton Police Department Detective Tom Moore passed away a few days ago after fighting a second battle with throat cancer. Tom was one hell of a Detective and a good friend. He served as President of the ONEA in the late 90's and worked numerous major narcotic...

Retired Detective Ronnie Plaster - Updated

ONEA received and confirmed that Brookings Police Department Retired Detective Ronnie Plaster passed away a few days ago. Ron was a long time member of ONEA and served as a member of the ONEA Executive Board. Our heartfelt condolences are out to Ronnie's family. He was one hell of a good law...

Health Officials Warn Rise in Deaths Related to Counterfeit Pills

Cheap, counterfeit opioid pills containing fentanyl are thought to be fueling an increase in fatal drug overdoses across the Portland Metro region. The deaths include teens and other people who didn’t regularly use illicit drugs. To address this accelerating trend, Tri-County Health Officer Dr....

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The ONEA is proud of our Vendors and the products they bring to our organization. These folks do an outstanding job in providing equipment, resources and training to our members. Check out the links below for additional information.

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Beaverton, Oregon 97006

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