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    Default Another story of not wearing all your PPE, with a twist

    http://www.kctv5.com/news/15279901/detail.html

    This is a story that has been going on around here for the past few days. Thought ya guys would get a kick out of this.
    Your a daisy if you do.

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    This is not what you want to have reported...

    Chief Garnett said they didn't know it at the time because no one in their department has any training on how to handle meth labs. He said the funding just isn't available.

    KCTV5's Jeanene Kiesling looked into how many departments deal with a lack of funding for meth lab training.

    Sgt. Jason Clark, of the Missouri Highway Patrol, said the highway patrol offers free training and has since 2000.

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    I'm surprised they weren't aware. Missouri has had Meth problems for a long time, and their DPS has a couple of funny and informative videos that are no surprise - free.

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    thanks for sharing that story it really makes you think

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geinandputitout View Post
    I'm surprised they weren't aware. Missouri has had Meth problems for a long time, and their DPS has a couple of funny and informative videos that are no surprise - free.
    We had that same meth problem at one time. I'm not much for excessive government regulation, but when they placed the pseudoephedrine behind the counter and began using a database to track who was buying the stuff, the instances of meth labs seemed to drop off considerably.

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