to betray someone to the police, spec. a drug dealer or user to the narcotics police.
|Custody 289: ‘You’ll have to call your probation officer and let him know you didn’t keep your appointment,’ I said [...] ‘Sure. Call the pig and narc on myself. You must have broken tools in your garage,’ she sneered.|
|Dict. Popular Sl. 105: Narc...v. to inform [HDAS].|
|Online Sl. Dict. [Internet] narc v 1. to report a person or group to the authorities after associating with that person or group.|
|Tattoo of a Naked Lady 119: Don’t narc on me, and I won’t narc on you.|