12 Meth DONT's

Submitted by:
Scot Buhrmaster, PoliceOne Managing Editor


08/31/2005

If you encounter a meth lab or meth-making materials, DO NOT:
  1. Taste
  2. Touch
  3. Smell
  4. Pour
  5. Jiggle, swirl or mix
  6. Smoke
  7. Throw light switches
  8. Unplug or plug in
  9. Rub your eyes, nose or mouth
  10. Forget about guard dogs, booby traps or look-outs
  11. Stick around longer than you have to
  12. Hesitate to call the haz mat crew

Scott Buhrmaster is a longtime contributor to PoliceOne.com, as well as former Publisher of Police Marksman magazine. He has also served as Contributing Editor for Law Officer magazine. Scott has been a member of the law enforcement training community since 1989, when he began work as Director of Research with Calibre Press, Inc., producers of The Street Survival Seminar.

Throughout his tenure at Calibre, Buhrmaster was involved with virtually every aspect of the company’s officer survival training efforts, from the planning, creation and marketing of the organization’s award-winning textbooks and videos to developing and securing training content for the Seminar. In 1995, he was named Director of the Calibre Press Street Survival Newsline®, an Internet-based officer survival training service he helped found. In less than five years, Newsline readership grew from 25 officers to more than 250,000 in 26 countries, making it one of the most popular training vehicles in law enforcement history. His efforts now focus on providing training and information to the nearly 400,000 officers worldwide who visit PoliceOne.com every month.

Prior to joining PoliceOne, Buhrmaster, who also serves on the National Advisory Board of the Force Science Research Center and stands as an active member of the American Society for Law Enforcement Training and the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association, was President of The Buhrmaster Consulting Group, an international consulting practice for the law enforcement training sector and the publishing industry.

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