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One Pill Can Kill

Date(s) - March 22, 2023
11:00 am - 1:00 pm


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Greg Czaczkowski
One Pill Can Kill

About the Topic
Join us as we discuss what every parent and caregiver needs to know about FAKE PILLS.


  • What is fentanyl?
  • What are fake pills?
  • Why is fentanyl so dangerous?
  • What are the physical and mental effects of fentanyl?
  • How would my child get fentanyl?
  • Why you should be concerned.
  • Tips for Parents and Caregivers.

About the Speaker
Special Agent Greg Czaczkowski has been an agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration for 18 years. SA Czaczkowski began his career in the New York Division (NYD) where he has worked intensively to disrupt and dismantle various types of local and international Priority Target Organizations (PTO). During SA Czaczkowski’s career, he has developed, controlled, and debriefed Confidential Sources, coordinated surveillance operations as well as directed undercover operations. SA Czaczkowski has been responsible for cases that have led to several arrests and seizures of narcotics, firearms, vehicles, and money. He has testified as a witness in federal trials and federal grand juries and has also been the undercover in several buys and a buy bust operation.

In July 2012, SA Czaczkowski became a Firearms Instructor (FI), and in 2014 he was transferred to the Chicago Field Division where SA Czaczkowski was assigned to a High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) group. SA Czaczkowski also became a member of DEA Chicago’s Special Response Team (SRT) which is a voluntary team of agents who are highly trained in arresting high risk and violent drug offenders. In the fall of 2015, SA Czaczkowski was attached to a Violent Crime Task Force targeting some of the most violent drug offenders in the city of Chicago.

Currently, SA Czaczkowski is the Division Training Coordinator and the Demand Reduction Coordinator for Chicago. These duties include coordinating and organizing training for Illinois, Wisconsin, and Indiana offices of the DEA. As the Demand Reduction Coordinator, SA Czaczkowski has been a guest speaker at various schools and community organizations presenting a “Red Ribbon / I Choose My Future” program which discusses the dangers of substance abuse speaking to over 24,000 youth in the Chicago area in the last 6 years.

SA Czaczkowski has a Masters of Arts in Administration of Justice from Southern Illinois University Carbondale and is fluent in the Polish language.