- The Chatham Savannah CNT was formed in 1994 and is a full-time narcotics enforcement unit.
- CNT is comprised of law enforcement officers from the Chatham County Police Department, Savannah Police Department, Chatham County Sheriff’s Office, Garden City Police Department, Bloomingdale Police Department, Pooler Police Department, Port Wentworth Police Department, Tybee Island Police Department, Thunderbolt Police Department, Savannah-Chatham County Board of Education Police Department, and the Bryan County Sheriff’s Office.
- CNT is comprised of several internal units, including two tactical teams (used to combat mid-level drug sales / organizations), an intelligence unit (receive / compile all drug complaints and information), a pharmaceutical diversion unit (pharmaceutical drug abuse enforcement), two K9 teams, a clandestine lab response team, and a major case unit (investigates large-scale drug organizations).
- CNT is the only narcotics enforcement unit in the State that has achieved Certified Law Enforcement Agency status through the Law Enforcement Certification Program of the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police.
- CNT is committed to measurably reducing drug trafficking and drug-related crime by enforcing the controlled substance laws and by partnering with federal, state, and local law enforcement on mutual enforcement efforts.
- CNT also responds to citizen and other complaints about drug activity. Such responses include reports concerning methamphetamine and methamphetamine labs. To report any suspicious drug activity call the drug hotline at (912) 232-0402. This is an anonymous service and does not require the caller to talk to anyone or leave any contact information. However, if circumstances arise and callers need to talk to a drug agent, please contact (912) 652-3900. You can also call CrimeStoppers at (912) 234-2020 to remain anonymous.