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NCJ Number: 31598 Find in a Library
Title: INVESTIGATION OF A CLANDESTINE LABORATORY
Journal: AUSTRALIAN POLICE JOURNAL  Volume:29  Issue:4  Dated:(OCTOBER 1975)  Pages:267-280
Author(s): G R LECOUTEUR
Corporate Author: Australian Police Journal
Australia
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 14
Sponsoring Agency: Australian Police Journal
Sydney, 2001, Australia
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: Australia
Annotation: THIS ARTICLE PRESENTS A FORMAT FOR THE INVESTIGATION (BY NON-CHEMIST INVESTIGATORS) OF THE CHEMICAL MANUFACTURE OF ILLICIT HALLUCINOGENIC DRUGS IN MAKESHIFT LABORATORIES.
Abstract: THIS STEP-BY-STEP APPROACH COVERS ENTRY AND SEARCH OF THE CRIME SCENE, THE TYPES OF CHEMICALS, LITERATURE, AND EQUIPMENT LIKELY TO BE FOUND ON THE PREMISES, THE CONDUCTING OF AN INTERVIEW WITH THE SUSPECT(S), AND THE PRESENTATION OF COURTROOM EVIDENCE AND TESTIMONY. APPENDED IS A LIST OF KEY REAGENTS AND CHEMICAL INTERMEDIATES WHICH CAN BE EXPECTED TO BE FOUND IN A LABORATORY MANUFACTURING AN HALLUCINOGENIC DRUG.
Index Term(s): Criminal investigation; Drug analysis; Drug law offenses; Drug sources; Hallucinogens; Procedure manuals
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