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Paul Robinson, Agent-in-Charge
FAX #:  405-524-7619

The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics (OBN) will host two Basic Clandestine Lab courses in 2015.  This course is required to work meth labs and is provided by NES, the recognized lab safety contractor for DEA. The course is a week-long with four days of Basic Lab Certification and a one day Site Safety Officer certification. Upon completion of the course the student will be Basic Clan Lab and Site Safety Certified. If you wish to be fit tested for SCBA you will be required to get an approved physical at your agencies expense and bring the mask and tanks to the class.  OBN will not provide any of the Masks, tanks, chemical sensors, etc.  That equipment is the responsibility of the student’s agency but is not required for the class. Bring equipment only if you wish to have it evaluated.


Classes will be held June 15-19 and October 19-23, 2015.  Class will be held at the OBN classroom, 419 N.E. 38th Terrace, Oklahoma City, OK.  There is no cost for the class but housing, meals and per diem will be the responsibility of the student’s agency. To register for the class contact Nicole Maupin at or phone 405-530-3130, toll free 800-522-8031 extension 130. Be sure and give Nicole all of your contact information so you can be notified if you are confirmed for the course. 





The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics will be hosting two CLEET certified interdiction training sessions taught by certified instructors from HITS, Inc.:


Advanced Vehicle Contraband Concealment course May 18-19, 2015.  The class will teach officers to take the concepts of concealing contraband in vehicles and breaks it down to afford a formal understanding of the extent of the ever-evolving methods smugglers use to avoid detection if searched. The class will be held at the Great Plains Technology Center, 4500 W Lee Blvd, Building 900, Lawton, OK.


Criminal Patrol/Drug Interdiction course June 22-23, 2015. The objective of the course is to educate law enforcement officers in proper techniques and procedures to successfully and lawfully conduct criminal interdiction patrol stops. Based on current successful operations this course will address the different types of criminal activity an officer may encounter during traffic stops, as well as, drug and contraband smuggling. The class will be held at the Durant Police Department 3104 Carl Albert Drive, Durant, OK


There is no cost for the course but agencies must pay their own travel, per diem and lodging.   To register contact Nicole Maupin at  or by phone 405-530-3130 toll free at 800-522-8031 extension 130. Register early as classes will fill rapidly.