DFC 3: Other Common Drugs in Drug-Facilitated Crimes

Course Description:
In this course, Dr. LeBeau discusses pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and investigative challenges associated with non-alcohol drugs commonly seen in drug-facilitated crime cases. The presentation includes case examples to enhance learning and application of principles to real-world scenarios. Benzodiazepines, designer benzodiazepines, z-hypnotics (e.g., zolpidem), ketamine, GHB, and other drugs are discussed.

Note: This course designed to be the third in a five-course series on drug facilitated crime. We encourage learners to take each course in the series, but completion of the prior segments is not required benefit from the content herein.
Recommended Learners:
Drug Facilitated Crime Training Other Common Drugs
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Dr. Marc LeBeau

Marc A. LeBeau, PhD, is a Senior Forensic Scientist of the Scientific Analysis Section at the FBI Laboratory. Dr. LeBeau holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and Criminal Justice from Central Missouri State University (1988) and a Master of Science degree in Forensic Science from the University of New Haven (1990). In 2005, he received his Doctorate in Toxicology from the University of Maryland – Baltimore. See full bio. 
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