Among his many duties with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has completed thousands of security assessments for all sorts of DEA registrants. In order to sell drugs legally, it is necessary for a dispensary to be registered with the DEA, so Adam Quirk conducted background investigations of manufacturers, distributors and treatment center personnel, among others. For about two decades, Adam Quirk has worked in criminal justice and law enforcement at virtually every level, in both the public and the private sectors.
Adam Quirk has investigated almost everything imaginable, including multi-jurisdictional and complex drug and violent crimes. He started working with the DEA as a diversion investigator, where he worked on teams investigating the diversion of controlled substances, which is roundabout way of saying that he investigated cases where drugs were supposed to go to pharmacies, hospitals or other legal sellers, but someone took them before they arrived. Because of his experience, Adam often plays a role as a team leader for long-term investigations.