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									The Indiana Department of
        Correction


      presents


  New Employee Orientation:
        Trafficking
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Performance Objectives


 Identify  the definition of
  trafficking.

 Identify  possible effects of
  trafficking.

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Definition of Trafficking
A person who knowingly or intentionally:

     Delivers, or carries into the penal facility or
      juvenile facility with intent to deliver, an article to
      an inmate or child of the facility;
     Carries, or receives with intent to carry out of the
      penal facility or juvenile facility, an article from an
      inmate or child of the facility, or;
     Delivers, or carries to a worksite with the intent
      to deliver, alcoholic beverages to an inmate or
      child or a jail work crew or community work crew;

commits trafficking with an inmate, a Class A
misdemeanor.                                  3
Indiana Code 35-44-3-9

  If the trafficked article is a
 cigarette or tobacco product,
    the court shall impose a
mandatory five thousand dollar
($5,000.00) fine, in addition to
   any term of imprisonment
            imposed.
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Indiana Code 35-44-3-9

Trafficking is a Class C Felony if
the article is a:

A   Deadly Weapon

A   Controlled Substance
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Effects of Trafficking
    Disrupts orderly operations/safety and
     security of the facility.

    One offender has items others want, which
     causes dissention between offenders.

    Illegal substances disrupt order and control
     due to offender behavior problems.

    Increased medical costs due to drug
     overdose or negative drug reactions.
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   You have now completed the
        Trafficking module.

Please advance to the next module.




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