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FRESNO CITY COLLEGECOURSE OUTLINE OF RECORDFRESNO CITY COLLEGECOURSE OUTLINE OF RECORDCourse Subject and Number Administration of Justice 293 Course Title Drug Influence – H&S 11550 (Formerly Administration of Justice 84 and Administration of Justice 93) Discipline(s) Administration of Justice Term Effective Fall 2005 Catalog Description: [x] no change [ ] revised/clarified [ ] new (check one)Prerequisite: [x] no change [ ] revised/clarified[ ] new (check one)Corequisite: [x] no change [ ] revised/clarified[ ] new (check one)Advisory: [x] no change [ ] revised/clarified[ ] new (check one)Units, hours, repeatability, credit/no credit, number of weeks: [x] no change [ ] revised [ ] new (check one)(If revised is checked, underline item(s) revised above.) .5-1 unit(s) 25.5-33.5 lecture hour(s) 0 laboratory hour(s) 3 number of repeats (maximum = 3) X credit/no credit only 1 number of weeksPrerequisite: Sworn full-time peace officer or all levels of police reserves or AJ 270.Corequisite: NoneAdvisory: NoneDescription: An elementary introduction to controlled substances and how they affect the human bodyboth psychologically and physiologically. Completion of this course will enable students to recognize, photograph, and document H&S 11550 suspects and prepare the officer for court.Entry Level Skills: Upon entering the course, the student should be able to:1. Recognize violations that an officer is likely to encounter.2. Identify the legal obligation in enforcing those laws.3. Apply rules of evidence to police activities.Requested Credit Classification (Applicant)[ [ ] Degree applicable [ ] Noncredit[x] Nondegree Applicable [ ] Transfer Level[ ] Course contains an international component.[ ] Course contains American pluralism and identity content.Expected Outcomes/Objectives: Written in the context of Student Learning Outcomes (SLO), upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:1. Given a classroom setting, identify verbally the signs and symptoms of usage of the following drugs: opiates, Phenyl Cyclohexyl Piperidine, inhalants, hallucinogens, stimulants, and depressants.2. Given a classroom setting, identify verbally the paraphernalia associated with use of the following drugs: opiates, Phenyl Cyclohexyl Piperidine, inhalants, hallucinogens, stimulants and depressants.3. Given a classroom setting, identify verbally the methods of packaging, transportation, and concealment of the following drugs: opiates, Phenyl Cyclohexyl Piperdine, inhalants, hallucinogens, stimulants and depressants.4. Given a classroom setting, identify verbally the methods of ingestion of the following drugs; opiates, Phenyl Cyclohexyl Piperidine, inhalants, hallucinogens, stimulants and depressants.5. Given the importance of presenting evidence in court, discuss in-class, the procedures used in presenting a drug related case in courtroom testimony and the pre-testimony preparation needed.Repeats:Changing methods of use, ingestion, trends, and laws associated with illegal drugs.Texts, Other Readings, and Materials:Text(s)POST developed handouts and teacher developed handouts.[X] Primarily College Level POST standards and teacher evaluation [ ] Primarily not College Level (How Determined) Out-of-Class Assignments: 2 hours per week (or equivalent)List types:Reading assignments and written evaluations and reports.[x] Class participation and assignments require and develop critical thinking (see Expected Outcomes/Objectives). Describe how:Given a practical exercise, the student will analyze symptoms, paraphernalia, etc., to determine the category of drug used and the appropriate drug law.[x] Primarily College Level[ ] 2 hours of independent work done out of class per each hour of lecture or class work, or 3 hours lab, practicum, or the equivalent, per unit.[ ] Not Primarily College Level[x] Ratio of amount of work per unit of credit required by curriculum committee for a nondegree credit course is met.Assessment: Grades will be based upon:[ ] WRITING ASSIGNMENT* (check all that apply) [ ] Formal Essay (ENGL 1A level)[ ] Short Composition[ ] Informal Essay Questions[ ] Other (please explain) [ ] COMPUTATION*[x] NONCOMPUTATIONAL PROBLEM-SOLVING*Examples: Based on signs and symptoms of use, determine the major drug category being described.[x] SKILL DEMONSTRATIONKind:Demonstrate the steps of preliminary drug influence enforcement.[ ] MULTIPLE CHOICE[x] OTHER: Describe. (Examples: tests, quizzes, homework)Participation in class demonstration.*For degree credit: At least one of the first three boxes above must be checked, and if “writing assignment” is not checked, it must be explained why written assignments are an inappropriate basis for at least 25% of the grade in the course.Expanded Description of Content and Methods:Content:I. Review of Drug Law and DefinitionsA. DefinitionsB. Health and safety codes1. Definitions2. H&S 115503. Associated health and safety codesC. Business and professions codeD. Penal codes1. PC 647 (f)2. Associated penal codesII. Introduction to Symptomatology and TestingA. Identification of the major drug categoriesB. Preliminary observations1. Recognition2. Field contact and evaluation3. Arrest and documentationC. Eye exams1. Horizontal gaze nystagmus2. Vertical gaze nystagmus3. Lack of convergence4. Necessary tools for examinationD. Comparative pupil sizeE. Psychophysical test (field sobriety test)III. Opiate Identification and RecognitionA. Introduction to narcotic analgesics (opiates)B. Signs and symptoms of usageC. Packaging and nomenclatureD. Methods of ingestionE. Associated paraphernaliaIV. Central Nervous System StimulantsA. Introduction to Central Nervous System (CNS) stimulantsB. Categories1. Cocaine2. Amphetamines3. MethamphetaminesC. Signs and symptoms of usageD. Packaging and nomenclatureE. Methods of ingestionF. Associated paraphernaliaV. Drugs and Crime in CaliforniaA. Discussion of drug trends in specific jurisdictionsB. Plans for enforcing drug lawsVI. Phenyl Cyclohexyl Piperidine “PCP”A. Introduction to PCPB. Signs and symptoms of usageC. Packaging and nomenclatureD. Methods of ingestionE. Associated paraphernaliaVII. InhalantsA. Introduction to “paint and glue sniffing”B. Signs and symptoms of usageC. Methods of ingestionD. Types of


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