MCTC COVID-19 Update
In accordance with federal, state, and local guidance and in order to help slow the spread of COVID 19, all Midwest Counterdrug Training Center(MCTC) courses scheduled from 23Mar through 30Apr are hereby postponed indefinitely due to the pandemic. We will work to reschedule all cancelled courses once the threat of contagion has subsided. We understand this action causes an inconvenience but we take seriously your safety, that of your loved ones, and the greater community. Thank you for your continued support of the MCTC. Please contact us with any questions.
MCTC Spotlight Course
Micro Labs: Fentanyl, One Pot, BHO, and Synthetics
This course is designed to introduce law enforcement officers to the chemistry of domestic micro drug labs in order to better understand the processes and the hazards associated with these labs.
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