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Title: Methamphetamine Investigative Issues


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Methamphetamine Investigative Issues
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Training Objectives
  • Given four video taped interviews with
    methamphetamine users, identify the physiological
    and psychological characteristics of drug seeking
    behavior, methods of drugs use, strategies for
    drug procurement and strategies for avoiding
    detection.
  • Based upon current intelligence information on
    Mexican Methamphetamine Trafficking, develop an
    enforcement strategy utilizing patrol officers.
  • Identify the characteristics of ice and the
    potential street level effects of ice marketed
    in competition or combination with crack cocaine.

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Why Do People Use Meth?
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Methamphetamine User Profiles
  • Students, both high school and college age
  • White or blue-collar workers and unemployed
    persons in their 20s and 30s.

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Methamphetamine User Patterns
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What Changes an All-American Football Player into
a Meth Addict?
  • Family Problems
  • School Problems
  • Self Image Problems
  • Peer Pressure

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What Are the Indicators of Problems?
  • Changes
  • Personality
  • Friends
  • Grades
  • Interests
  • Trouble with authorities

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Can They Be Rescued Before They Drown?
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Are There Gateway Drugs?
  • What are gateway drugs?

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What Are the Physiological Effects of Meth?
  • Routes of Administration
  • Snorting
  • Eating
  • Smoking
  • Injecting
  • Effects
  • CNS stimulant

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Personality Altering Effects of Meth
  • Violence
  • Paranoia
  • Hyperactivity
  • Withdrawal

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Addiction
  • When does it happen?
  • How does it happen?

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Meth Death
  • Family
  • Friends
  • Associates
  • Relationships

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Rehabilitation Strategies
  • Wanting to quit
  • Making the decision to change lifestyle
  • Support and structure
  • Role model
  • Rebuilding positive self image

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Methamphetamine Sales
  • Methamphetamine vs. Crack
  • Retail Sales
  • Wholesale Operations
  • Small Meth Labs vs. Super Labs
  • The Economics of Methamphetamine
  • Wholesale pound price
  • Retail gram price

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Philosophy of Selling Meth
  • First one is FREE
  • Keep them owing
  • Running tab
  • Psychological power
  • Users immediate need and desire
  • Buy, Trade, Barter
  • Everything is negotiable
  • Dealer Intimidation
  • Pressure to pay
  • Proven collector

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Best Business Practices
  • Meth math
  • Supply side economics
  • Retail pricing
  • Avoiding arrest
  • Spotting a narc
  • Risk reduction

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Why Does a User Become a Dealer?
  • Cash flow
  • Supply
  • Power
  • Influence

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What Is the Transition from Selling to Cooking
Meth?
  • Smurfing
  • Learning to cook

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Meth Production
  • Mobile Labs
  • Super Labs
  • Professional
  • Cooks

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ICE
  • Ice is the translucent crystal, smokable form of
    methamphetamine.

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Proactive Enforcement Strategies
  • Conducting complete traffic stops
  • Predicated upon a legal stop
  • Officers have the opportunity to go beyond the
    ticket
  • Observe
  • Interview
  • Detect
  • Roadside investigative techniques
  • Canine sniffs
  • Consent search

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Compartments
  • The presence of non-factory wiring
  • Masking scents
  • Air vents that dont work
  • Windows that wont roll down
  • New or damaged carpet, paint or upholstery
  • Damaged screw heads

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Training Objectives
  • Given four video taped interviews with
    methamphetamine users, identify the physiological
    and psychological characteristics of drug seeking
    behavior, methods of drugs use, strategies for
    drug procurement and strategies for avoiding
    detection.
  • Based upon current intelligence information on
    Mexican Methamphetamine Trafficking, develop an
    enforcement strategy utilizing patrol officers.
  • Identify the characteristics of ice and the
    potential street level effects of ice marketed
    in competition or combination with crack cocaine.
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