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Clandestine Laboratory Analysis and Synthesis

Clandestine Laboratory Analysis and Synthesis


Class Code
C201
Subject Area
C - Chemistry Program
Class Description 

This one-week (36 hour) course will provide students with the knowledge necessary to sample, separate, and analyze the complex chemical mixtures resulting from the manufacture of controlled substances. Students will be taught how to determine the method of clandestine manufacture and to be able to isolate and identify controlled substances and intermediate materials used and produced in illicit manufacture. A variety of instrumental techniques will be employed. Students will synthesize methamphetamine and related compounds in a safe laboratory environment. This course is intended for criminalists or forensic scientists employed by law enforcement agencies. Each class is limited to 12 students.

 

Previously Scheduled Classes

None

Instructor
Teaching Methods
Lectures, demonstrations, and practical laboratory exercises.
Objectives
Prerequisites
Applicants must be employed as criminalists or forensic scientsist by law enforcement agencies. The candidates should be experienced in controlled substance analysis and have a knowledge of organic chemistry.
Preparation
Students may be provided with a pre-course reading package. Prior experience with Clandestine Laboratory Investigation will be helpful.
Materials Fee
No cost to POST supported or State of California based Law Enforcement agencies. A $600.00 tuition fee will be required of all other public agency, private sector, or out-of-state applicants.
Tuition $
Course Contact
Neda Khoshkebari (916) 464-5599, (916)464-0600


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