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Drug Enforcement and Professional Practices

The Drug Enforcement and Professional Practices Branch (DEPPB) staff administers and enforces the Kentucky Controlled Substances Act (KRS 218A), the Kentucky Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (KRS 217) and the Kentucky All Schedule Prescription Electronic Reporting (KASPER) program.  

DEPPB staff licenses manufacturers and/or wholesalers who distribute controlled substances in Kentucky. Staff currently includes investigators who are registered pharmacists and sworn law enforcement officers who work closely with the Kentucky State Police, Office of Attorney General, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, local law enforcement agencies and Kentucky's professional licensure boards to enforce the provisions of KRS 218A and KRS 217.

Branch Manager (Vacant)

Phone:  502-564-2815
Fax:  502-564-7468

Forms:

DEPPB New Controlled Substance License Application [PDF - 204K] - to apply for a Kentucky license to be a manufacturer or wholesaler of controlled substances

DEPPB Controlled Substance License Update Form [PDF - 142K] - to update information regarding your current license as a manufacturer or wholesaler of controlled substances

DEPPB Controlled Substance License Renewal Form [PDF 203K] - to renew your current license as a manufacturer or wholesaler of controlled substances

Kentucky On-Site Drug Disposal Form [PDF - 11K] - used to obtain approval and report disposal of controlled substances to the Cabinet for Health and Family Services

Links and Resources:

Controlled Substance Prescribing Guideline for APRNs 01-2016 [PDF - 302K]

2016 Controlled Substance Statute Handbook [PDF - 1MB]

2016 Controlled Substance Regulation Handbook [PDF - 575K]

Kentucky Scheduled Drug List [PDF - 414K] - Controlled substances listed by schedule.

Link to DEA Form 106

Secure Prescription Blank Printer List [PDF - 180K]

DEA Registered Reverse Distributors 01-2015 [PDF - 93K] - List of reverse distributors for disposal of drugs.  Must be a DEA registrant if disposing of controlled substances.

 

Last Updated 12/1/2016