INCA is a multi-agency task force with participation by federal, state and local agencies targeting Major Colombian and Mexican cocaine cartels within the Inland Empire region of the Los Angeles High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA).
The primary focus of the task force is cocaine and money-laundering investigations, with heroin and marijuana interdiction as a secondary mission. The task force also assists the Inland Empire Clandestine Laboratory Task Force (IECLTF) in the investigation of Mexican organizations involved in the sales/transportation of methamphetamine.
The intent of the task force is to significantly diminish the availability of these drugs to the Colombian and Mexican organizations and apprehend the responsible offenders, thereby increasing public safety.
Three Supervising Special Agents from the California Department of Justice Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement supervise the task force; One Beaumont Police Officer is assigned to the INCA task force.