The Drug Endangered Children Training Center presents “Drug Endangered Children Investigations,” hosted by Lassen Family Services, Lassen Family Services CASA and The California Narcotic Officers’ Association Region 8 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 10, at the Monticola Club in Susanville. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m.
This training course will teach investigative skills necessary to link drug usage, trafficking, manufacturing and/or grow operations to child endangerment, a violation of Penal Code Section 273a. Whether you’re a law enforcement officer (Police, Probation, and Parole), Social Worker, Prosecuting Attorney or one of many first responders, you will learn how to identify and evaluate the dangers to children living in drug environments, as well as protecting yourself and the community from harm.
Current hot topics include pharmaceutical drugs, medical marijuana, grow operations, manufacturing including BHO Labs and safeguarding children during investigative and tactical operations. Child injuries and deaths are preventable when officers and first responders act quickly to share information in preparation of a search warrant.
Who should attend
Law enforcement, District Attorney’s, Probation/Parole, CPS and other first responders who have a job which require them to enter homes where drugs may be used, sold, manufactured and/or marijuana grow operations? THIS TRAINING IS POST CERTIFIED (Plan IV) and STC Certified with College Credits.
This is a free class, but you must register immediately. Plan ahead and reserve your spot.
Mail/fax/email completed registration forms to:
Drug Endangered Children Training and Advocacy Center
2828 Olive Hwy Suite C, Oroville, CA 95966
(530) 533-2259 FAX