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Drug Enforcement Administration
Western Laboratory
San Francisco, California
June 10, 2006
Federal Bureau of Investigation
 Drug Enforcement Administration
 United States Attorney’s Office
 Bureau of Prisons
 Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and
Firearms
 U.S. Marshall’s Service
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Drug Enforcement Administration
Mission Statement
The mission of DEA’s laboratory system is
to provide analytical, intelligence,
scientific and other forensic and
administrative support, to Special
Agents of the DEA, other federal law
enforcement officers, and to the criminal
justice system at large in order to assist
with the enforcement of controlled
substance laws and regulations of the
United States.
Controlled Substance
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Code of Federal Regulations
21 Part 1308 Schedules of
Controlled Substances
Schedules I – V
Exempted Preparations
Excluded Preparations
Laboratory System
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SFL 1 – Special Testing and Research
Laboratory
SFL 2 – Northeast Laboratory
SFL 3 – Mid-Atlantic Laboratory
SFL 4 – Southeast Laboratory
SFL 5 – North Central Laboratory
SFL 6 – South Central Laboratory
SFL 7 – Western Laboratory
SFL 8 – Southwest Laboratory
SFL 9 – Digital Evidence Laboratory
Forensic Disciplines
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Drug Analysis
Crime Scene Processing (Clandestine
Laboratories)
Fingerprint Processing and
Identification
Laboratory Staffing
 Forensic
Chemists
 Fingerprint Specialists
 Evidence Technicians
 Support Staff
Forensic Services
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Rush Analysis
Fingerprint Analysis
Photography
Clandestine Laboratory
Assistance
Reverse Undercover Stockpile
“Look Alike” packaging
Vacuum Sweep/Ion scan
Training
Court Testimony
Latest Development in Drug Analysis
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Instrumentation
NMR, LC/MS, Raman Spectroscopy
Ion Mobility Scan (IMS)
Source Determination
Tablets and Capsules
Heroin Signature
Cocaine Signature
Forensic Science
Accreditation
Certification
Intelligence
Special Programs
MSP (Methamphetamine)
 HSP (Heroin)
 Chemcon (Cocaine)
 NIDA (Marijuana)
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 Fountain Head
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Training
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Field Testing
Clandestine
Laboratory
Training
Chemical
Hygiene/Safety
AUSA training
Vacuum Sweep/Ion Scan
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Mobile Instruments
Ion Scan
FTIR
Clandestine Laboratory Assistances
•Hazard Assessment
•Inventory
•Sample Collection
•Evidence Photography
Laboratory Workload
3000
2780
2784
2577
2313
2073
2500
2000
2600
1912
1474
1616
LA
1500
SD
SF
1000
500
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2003
2004
Proj. 2005
Type of Evidence Received
2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
(thru March)
Marijuana
1180 966
Methamphetamine
1846 2211 2158 2119 461
Cocaine
882
932
1009 1355 292
Heroin
271
275
310
Other Controlled
2031 1913 1911 1631 334
1224 1358 306
281
83
Fingerprints
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International Association for
Identification
Fingerprints at Crime Scene
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Vehicles
Clandestine Laboratory Sites
Marijuana Grow
Training on Fingerprint
Procedures and Packaging
Recent Trends in Drug of Abuse
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Designer Drugs
Increase Potency in Marijuana
Medical Marijuana Issue
Methamphetamine Problem
Abuse of Prescription Drugs
Cocaine Adulterants
Sodium Bicarbonate
Procaine
Lidocaine
Benzocaine
Tetracaine
Sucrose
Lactose
Phenacetin
Boric Acid
Dimethylsulfone
Hydroxyzine
Diltiazem
Methamphetamine
Tetramisole
Caffeine
Niacetinamide
Aminopyrine
Mannitol
Heroin Adulterants
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Caffeine
Thiamine
Lidocaine
Fentanyl
Heroin Adulterant
Fentanyl
Methamphetamine Adulterants
Dimethylsulfone
Pseudoephedrine
Ephedrine
Amphetamine
Mannitol
Triprolidine
Caffeine
Cocaine
Chlorpheniramine
Phenylacetic acid
Benzaldehyde
Niacinamide
MDMA
N,NDimethylamphetamine
MDMA Tablets and Adulterants
Ephedrine
Caffeine
Inositol
Dimethylsulfone
Methamphetamine
Ketamine
Procaine
MDA
PMA
(paraMethoxyamphetamine)
PMMA
PCP
2C-B (Nexus
(paraMethoxymethamphetamine)
Thank You
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[email protected]
Dea.gov
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