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|Featured Course |
Micro Labs - Hazards and Handling
This course is designed to introduce law enforcement officers to the chemistry of domestic micro drug labs in order to better understand the processes and the hazards associated with these labs. This course shall cover safety practices, including the use of various engineering, administrative and personal protective equipment (PPE) hazard controls, to protect law enforcement who handle, sample and dismantle these drug labs.
Topics include national trends and history of BHO, Fentanyl, and One-Pot meth labs, techniques of manufacturing, the chemistry of each process, safe assessment and dismantling procedures, and sample and waste packaging and transportation.
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| MCTC at a Glance|
- Sponsored by the National Guard Counterdrug Schools Program and the Iowa National Guard Counterdrug Task Force
- All courses offered at no cost to military, law enforcement, emergency response, prevention, treatment, and education professionals.
- Main campus located at Camp Dodge JMTC, Johnston, IA
- Mobile training offered throughout the midwestern and southwestern United States.
- All courses are subject to the availability of funding and to approval by the United States Pay and Fiscal Officer - Iowa.
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