The Keys Conference is an annual gathering of Corrections personnel. During the conference, all staff involved in the operation of detention facilities meet to learn from experts in the field, exchange information and broaden their knowledge.

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Outclassing Emerging Threats with Emerging Technology: Novel Threats and Aerosols

It is crucial to prevent the introduction of illicit items into correctional facilities to maintain a safe environment for everyone involved. The collaborative efforts of the mail teams and the K9 unit play a vital role in intercepting and identifying prohibited substances, ultimately protecting the well-being of inmates and staff members. This course will give you a better understanding of the role of K-9s, pre-cursory searches, and the MX908 machine when detecting illegal drugs in incoming mail. You will be able to Identify different types of illegal drugs such as Suboxone, Fentanyl, Methamphetamine, Cocaine, Xylazine, ANPP, 4-CMC, and Heroin. In addition, you will be able to analyze the significance of preventing drug introduction into correctional facilities.

Learn More about Drug Identification for Corrections

The MX908 rugged, hand-held mass spectrometer can be used to detect and identify drugs in a variety of situations. From bulk powders to trace amounts of drugs embedded in paper, get quick answers to keep officers and inmates safe.