Recreational Marijuana and Changing Laws – What Cops Need to Know – San Dimas
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San Dimas Sheriff’s Station Community Room
197 Pony Express Way
San Dimas, CA 91773
NO POST credit given
In January 2018 many activities involving marijuana will now be legal in California under the voter approved Proposition 64. This does not mean that all marijuana possession, use, and sales will be legal, and it certainly doesn’t mean that criminals will stop violating California’s drug laws. This class will help you understand what’s changed and how to safely and effectively investigate marijuana cases in this new era.
Seth is employed by the Citrus Heights Police Department where he is assigned as a Special Investigations Unit Narcotics Detective. He transferred to the Citrus Heights Police Department in November 2013 after spending over 11 years with the Del Norte Sheriff’s Office. During his career, Seth has spent over 9 years as a narcotics detective. His focus of investigation has been marijuana related crimes to include: possession, cultivation, transportation, sales and Butane Hash Oil manufacturing. He has been involved in the investigations of several hundred drug related crimes. Seth has also qualified as a State court expert in marijuana cultivation, possession, possession for sales, transportation, sales and medical marijuana case law, Proposition 215/Senate Bill 420 and their application. Seth is also a POST certified instructor and CNOA State Committee and Region board member and instructor.
Law enforcement investigating marijuana related crimes.
$35 – Members
$45 – Non-Members
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CPOA encourages you to make a substitution if a student cannot attend the course; substitutions will be accepted prior to the course in writing and on-site.