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Chabot College                                                                  February, 1995


                         Course Outline for Administration of Justice 71
                        NARCOTICS AND DRUG ENFORCEMENT
Catalog Description:

       71 - Narcotics and Drug Enforcement                                                 2 units

       Local, state and Federal narcotics problems and laws; application of investigative
       procedures and the work and method of special narcotics units; method of locating and
       apprehending violators; the use of informants and undercover persons. Prerequisite:
       Administration of Justice 61 (completed with a grade of C or higher). 2 hours.

Expected Outcomes for Students:

       Upon completion of the course, the student should be able to:

       1.     understand a majority of the Federal and State laws concerning the use and abuse of
              narcotics and dangerous drugs;
       2.     list a majority of the special techniques involved in locating and apprehending
              violators;
       3.     know the work and methods of special police units;
       4.     demonstrate sociological approaches to understanding drug abuse.

Course Content:

       1.     Introduction
              A.      Historical background
                      (1)     Opiates
                      (2)     Dangerous Drugs
                      (3)     Marijuana
              B.      Terminology and Definitions
       2.     Identification of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs
              A.      Opiates
                      (1)     Morphine
                      (2)     Opium
                      (3)     Heroin
                      (4)     Codeine
              B.      Hallucinogens
                      (1)     L.S.D. (Lysergic Acid)
                      (2)     P.C.P. (Phencyclidine)
                      (3)     Peyote
              C.      Dangerous Drugs
                      (1)     Barbiturates
                      (2)     Amphetamines
              D.      Marijuana
                      (1)     Plant
                      (2)     Hashish
                      (3)     Hashish Oil
Chabot College
Course Outline for Administration of Justice 71, page 2
February 1995


       3.      Symptoms of Persons Using Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs
               A.     Opiates
                      (1)      Heroin
                      (2)      Morphine
                      (3)      Opium
                      (4)      Codeine
               B.     Hallucinogens
                      (1)      L.S.D. (Lysergic Acid)
                      (2)      P.C.P. (Phencyclidine)
                      (3)      Peyote
               C.     Dangerous Drugs
                      (1)      Cocaine
                      (2)      Amphetamines
                      (3)      Barbiturates
               D.     Marijuana
                      (1)      Hashish
                      (2)      Hashish Oil
       4.      Federal and State Laws Concerning Narcotic Drug Use and Abuse
               A.     Criminal Law of the State of California
                      (1)      Penal Code
                      (2)      Health & Safety Code
                      (3)      Business & professions Code
                      (4)      Vehicle Code
               B.     California Civil Code of Procedures
                      (1)      Civil Commitment
                      (2)      Diversion
                      (3)      C.R.C.
       5.      Methods of Specialized Investigative Police Units for Narcotics Enforcement
               A.     Intelligence
               B.     Surveillance
               C.     Search Warrants
               D.     Narcotic "Buy" Programs
               E.     Agents and Informants
       6.      Sociological Approaches to understanding Drug Abuse
               A.     Crisis Intervention
               B.     Methadone Maintenance Programs
               C.     England Approach
               D.     Legalization of Narcotics and Drugs

Methods of Presentation:

       1.      Lecture and discussion
       2.      Audio-visual aids
       3.      Information sheets
       4.      Guest lecturers
Chabot College
Course Outline for Administration of Justice 71, page 3
February 1995


Methods of Evaluating Student:

         1.        Class participation
         2.        Both announced and unannounced quizzes
         3.        Term paper or project
         4.        Mid-term and final examination

Textbook(s) (Typical):

         Drugs & The Law For Street Cops, Gary J. Miller, Miller Publishing Company

Special Student Materials:

         None.




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