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Who is the owner of Order 385 - Clandestine Laboratory Enforcement

Commanding Officer of Clandestine Laboratory Enforcement Team

2

The function of the _____ is to detect, identify,assess, and counter/neutralize clandestine drug manufacturing laboratories.

Clandestine Laboratory Enforcement Team (CLET)

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The function of the Clandestine Laboratory Enforcement Team (CLET) is to detect, identify,
assess, and counter/neutralize clandestine drug manufacturing laboratories. This also includes, but is not limited to, certain_______, as deemed appropriate by the on-scene or responding _____

large indoor marijuana grow operations (or other drug laboratories)
CLET Narcotics supervisor.

4

Requests for a CLET shall contain the following:
1. Reasonable belief that a possible _____ or _____ has been located;
2. The specific location; and
3. The description of the scene to include the size of the laboratory area.

clandestine laboratory or indoor marijuana growers

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Clandestine Labs: The _____ at the scene will maintain responsibility for the scene. However, the _____ or _____ on the scene is in charge of the technical dismantling operation.

supervisor
CLET Supervisor/Leader or senior CLET member (Site Safety Officer)

6

Many chemicals and products used to manufacture methamphetamine are _____ and _____.

highly caustic and flammable

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The universal hazard with methamphetamine is that it can be produced with _____.

ordinary household product

8

The officer who discovers the laboratory is considered the _____. This officer must be able to articulate the foundation for their belief that there is a clandestine laboratory to CLET members, as this may be the only available information for a _____, if needed.

first officer on the scene
potential search warrant

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The first officer on the scene where a suspected Clandestine lab has been located must: There are several but the first three are important

1) Evacuate everyone from the immediate area of the suspected lab site and secure the scene.
2) Establish a perimeter between fifty to one hundred (50–100) feet around the site to ensure proper safety and security.
3) Notify their supervisor who will respond.

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prior to the scene being turned over to the CLET, who is allowed inside?

no one

11

Clandestine Labs: CLET will be responsible for notifying/coordinating with the _____ and _______, unless instructed otherwise by a CLET member.

Hazardous Devices Unit and Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department (JFRD)

12

Clandestine Labs: Exceptions to this rule are as follows: (1) JFRD will be contacted for an _____ and advised of the potential clandestine laboratory.
(2) Hazardous Devices Squad will be contacted by patrol for a known issue meeting
standard Hazardous Devices Squad response criteria.

active fire

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Clandestine Labs: Exceptions to this rule are as follows: (2) _____ will be contacted by patrol for a known issue meeting their response criteria.

Hazardous Devices Squad

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First supervisor on the scene: The responding supervisor will: (3)

a. Initiate Incident Command Structure (ICS) protocols and a CLET callout via the Investigate PECO;
b. Ensure that an adequate perimeter has been established around the laboratory;
c. Minimize exposure to officers and the public.

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Clandestine Lab: Refrain from rescuing persons unless _____, and contact JFRD immediately;

personal safety can be maintained

16

During an emergency, if JFRD is not immediately available for decontamination procedures, officers should be prepared to do a _____

basic self-decontamination:

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Basic self-decontamination: (4)

(1) Moves to clean air;
(2) Notifies appropriate personnel;
(3) Isolates himself; and
(4) Removes contact lenses immediately, if possible.