Bryan Ward - Clan labs
Friday, August 31, 2012 3:40 PM
From the outside:
- Chemical smells coming from a house or building. The smells can be sweet, bitter, ammonia or solvent smells.
- Exhaust fans running at odd times.
- Lots of rubbish around the outside of a house, garage or detached building on a property - especially empty containers or chemical containers.
- Frequent visitors at odd times - mostly at night.
- Windows blacked out or curtains always drawn
- People coming outside only to smoke (because of the fumes inside).
- Unfriendly occupants who are secretive about their activities or exhibit paranoid or odd behaviour.
- Expensive security and surveillance gear
- Access denied to landlords, neighbours and other visitors
- Rubbish containing a large amount of cold medication containers or packaging, bottles, plastic containers and boxes with labels removed.
If you find a clan lab - get out:
- Get away from the area immediately - your safety is the most important thing. Clan Labs are never safe.
- Never taste, touch or smell any chemicals or equipment
- Do not turn any electrical devices such as lights or fan on or off. The simple act of turning on an electrical switch could cause an explosion.
- Do not shut off the water supply to the house or the chemical reaction.
- Do not smoke in or near a clandestine laboratory
- Do not use tools, radios, cell-phones, torches or devices that produce sparks or friction.
- Call the Police immediately
Go to http://www.police.govt.nz/services/drugs/identify-clan-labs for further information.
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