This one-hour training documentary focuses on how the illegal
manufacturing, use, abuse and trafficking of methamphetamine
wreaked havoc on this quiet county in the Panhandle. You will hear
first-hand accounts about the dangers of meth from undercover officers,
fire-fighters, DEA and Florida Department of Law Enforcement
methamphetamine experts, as well as heart-wrenching stories from a
former meth addict and a mother whose son committed suicide while high
on meth. This video is designed to appeal to a wide-ranging audience:
law enforcement officers, firefighters, neighborhood and citizen groups,
probation and child protective services workers, drug treatment providers,
schools — anyone or any agency who wants to know more about what
meth is and how to protect yourself from the devastatingly dangerous
demise it is having on communities nationwide.
- Learn how meth is being manufactured in neighborhood homes.
- Learn how to recognize Clan Lab Indicators — the ingredients,
chemicals and supplies used to cook meth.
- Learn how to protect yourself from the dangers of the highly volatile
chemicals used in illegal clandestine laboratory methamphetamine
- The environmental hazards associated with the production of
- Explore the unique dangers meth poses to children.
- Understand how meth affects the user and how violent and dangerous
people high on meth can be.
- Discover effective strategies in fighting the War on Meth.
Originally Aired: September 29, 2005