The potency of these drugs has led to an alarming increase in overdose incidents and overdose-related deaths.
- What it is
- Where it comes from
- How we get it
- How it is distributed
- How it is ingested
- The signs and symptoms of this drug
- Withdrawal and overdoes
- Narcan and how to test the Fentanyl
- Social media and a case study
Sgt. Robert Hayes is contracting with Tall Cop Says Stop to present “Illicit Fentanyl – One Pill Can Kill – training”.
Robert attended the fifth Drug Recognition Expert School that was held in the State of Oregon in 1998. He is currently a Drug Recognition Expert, Drug Recognition Expert Instructor, Intoxilyzer 8000 Instructor, DITEP Instructor, and a SFST Instructor. He is also a part-time Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) instructor as well as a Crash Re-Constructionist for his agency. He has instructed over 6000 hours with DPSST. In addition, Robert has been a Drug Recognition Expert Region II and III Allied Coordinator since July of 2009. He is also the President for the Linn County DUII Victim Impact Panel and Chair for the DUII Multi-Disciplinary Task Force. During his career Robert has been recognized with the following awards:
- 2001 Drug Recognition Expert of the Year for a Municipality in the State of Oregon.
- 2005 Impaired Driving Trainer of the Year in the State of Oregon.
- 2005 City of Albany Police Officer of the Year.
- 2006 Security Alarm Corporation (SAC) Public Service Award.
- 2008 Award of Appreciation by Mothers Against Drunk Drivers.
- 2013 Ken Snook DRE Award of Excellence.
- 2015 City of Albany Police Officer of the Year.
- 2017 MADD Outstanding DUII Enforcer
Wednesday, October 12, 2022 6–7 pm | Capital Region ESD 113
6005 Tyee Dr SW Tumwater, WA 98512
Eileen Hoffman | [email protected]