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Syllabus (Assistant Director (BS-17), Anti Narcotics Force

Ministry of Narcotics Control



Paper Pattern : Objective Type Test (MCQ)=100 Marks


Part-I


English = 20 Marks

Part-I Vocabulary, Grammar usage, Sentence Structure.


Part-II

Professional Test=80 Marks

Investigation Chapter of Criminal Procedure Code,
Basic Knowledge of “Qanun-e-Shahdat Order”,
Basic Knowledge of the Pakistan Penal Code,
Basic knowledge of Narcotics Substances Act 1997
Effects of illegal/ drug money on economy of country,
Potential hazards of drugs for general public,
International ramification of drugs smuggling from Pakistan,
Major drug producing & consumption countries of the World,
Types of drugs and international trafficking routes.


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A look at major drug-producing countries



By The Associated Press
Countries the Bush administration identified as major drug producers or hubs for drug transit:
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Afghanistan -- It grew 93 percent of opium poppy in the world in 2007, which was the second record-setting year in a row. The export value of this harvest was $4 billion, which is more than a third of the country's combined gross domestic product.
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The Bahamas -- It is a transit hub for moving cocaine from South America and marijuana from Jamaica. The country's police force seized $7.8 million in drug-related cash, five vessels and a plane in 2007. Other officials seized 1,389 pounds of cocaine and approximately 56 tons of marijuana.
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Bolivia -- It is the third-largest producer of cocaine in the world, accounting for an estimated 127 tons. It also is a transit point from cocaine from Peru and a grower of marijuana that is mostly consumed within the country. It is legal to grow up to 29,652 acres of coca leaf for traditional uses, an allotment that the nation's government may increase.
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Brazil -- Brazil is a major transport hub for cocaine base and cocaine hydrochloride, and to a lesser extent a hub for heroin. In 2007 the nation's federal police seized 14 tons of cocaine hydrochloride, 2,019 pounds of cocaine base, 1,076 pounds of crack, 169 tons of marijuana and 35 pounds of heroin.
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Burma -- It is the world's second largest producer of opium poppy, and cultivation increased in 2007. It was one of two countries the administration designated as having "failed demonstrably" to meet its counternarcotics agreements over the year.
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Colombia -- Colombia, the world's number one cocaine supplier, is also a major supplier of heroin and precursor chemicals. In 2007 the government seized 144 tons of cocaine and 350,000 gallons of precursor chemicals. It also destroyed 240 cocaine hydrochloride labs and 2,875 coca base labs.
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Dominican Republic -- It is a major transit country for cocaine and heroin from South America. In 2007 the country's authorities seized approximately 4 tons of cocaine, 226 pounds of heroin, 17,902 units of MDMA and 1,128 pounds of marijuana.
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Ecuador -- It is a major transit point for cocaine, heroin and precursor chemicals. In 2007 the government seized 25 tons of cocaine, 397 pounds of heroin and 1,631 pounds of cannabis. It also identified cocaine laboratories and plots of coca plants.
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Guatemala -- It is a major transit hub for cocaine and heroin from South America. Although it is not a major producer, poppy cultivation has begun to rise.
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Haiti -- It is a major hub for transportation of cocaine from South America and marijuana from the Caribbean. In 2007 smuggling using small aircraft from Venezuela increased 38 percent and 29 illicit landing strips were identified. Fast boats also arrive on the southern coast transporting cocaine from South America.
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India -- It is a hub for heroin transport. Drugs are smuggled from Burma, and hashish and marijuana are smuggled from Nepal. Most heroin produced within India is used domestically, but a growing amount is being shipped overseas. India is the only country the international community has authorized to produce opium gum for pharmaceutical uses.
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Jamaica -- It is the largest producer of marijuana and marijuana-derived products in the Caribbean. It is also a major hub for drug transit. Marijuana seizures decreased by 8 percent in 2007 to 46 tons. Cocaine seizures also decreased in 2007.
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Laos -- The country had record low levels of opium cultivation in 2007. But Southeast Asian heroin, amphetamine-type stimulants and narcotic precursor chemicals also travel through Laos to other countries in the region.
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Mexico -- Approximately 90 percent of all cocaine consumed in the United States travels through Mexico. The country is also a source of heroin, methamphetamines and marijuana. In 2007 Mexican officials intercepted more than 52 tons of cocaine, 2,396 tons of marijuana, 643 pounds of opium gum, 656 pounds of heroin and 1,981 pounds of methamphetamines.
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Nigeria -- It is home to major drug trafficking networks that move cocaine and heroin to developed countries. Between January and September 2007 Nigerian officials seized 101,272 pounds of cannabis, 571 pounds of cocaine, 189 pounds of heroin and 450 pounds of psychotropic substances.
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Pakistan -- It is a major hub for transportation of opiates and hashish from Afghanistan. It also saw an increase in poppy cultivation to about 5,720 acres, up from 4,715 acres the previous year. More than 1,482 acres were eradicated.
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Panama -- Panama is a key transport hub for drugs coming from Colombia. In 2007 the government seized 66 tons of cocaine, including the largest recorded maritime seizure of 17 tons in March.
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Paraguay -- It is the largest marijuana producer in South America. It is also a transit route for cocaine produced in the Andes. In 2007 the government seized 1,808 pounds of cocaine, 100 metric tons of marijuana and 18 vehicles.
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Peru -- It is a major producer of cocaine and a big importer of precursor chemicals. In 2007 the government eradicated 27,322 acres of coca. An additional 2,511 were eradicated voluntarily.
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Venezuela -- It is one of the key routes for drugs coming out of Colombia. In 2007 drug seizures in Venezuela dropped, but third-country seizures of drugs coming out of Venezuela rose. It was one of two countries the administration designated as having "failed demonstrably" to meet its counternarcotics agreements.
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1) During which period(s) was drug abuse a problem in the United States?
during the Civil War
in the 1950's
in the 1960's
all of the above


2) Which age group has the highest percentage of drug abusers?
10-17
18-25
26-35
36-60
61 and over


3) How do most drug users make their first contact with illicit drugs?
through "pushers"
through their friends
accidentally
through the media


4) Which is the most commonly used drug in the United States?
marijuana
alcohol
cocaine
heroin


5) Which of the following poses the greatest health hazard to most people in the united states?
cigarettes
heroin
codeine
LSD
caffeine


6) Which of the following is not a narcotic?
heroin
marijuana
morphine
methadone


7) Which of the following is not a stimulant?
amphetamine
caffeine
methaqualone
methamphetamine


8) Which of the following drugs does not cause physical dependence?
alcohol
morphine
peyote
secobarnital
codeine


9) Which of the following poses the highest immediate risk to experimenters?
inhalants
marijuana
nicotine
LSD


10) Overall, why is intravenous injection the most dangerous method of using illicit drugs?
because the drugs enter the system so rapidly
because nonsterile equipment and solutions can cause serious complications
because users usually get a larger amount of the drug by this method
(a) and (c) only
(a), (b), and (c)


11) When does a person who uses heroin become physically dependent?
immediately (first time)
after four or five times
after prolonged use (20 times or more)
different for each person


12) When people become dependent on heroin, what is the primary reason they continue to take it?
experience pleasure
avoid withdrawal
escape reality
gain acceptance among friends


13) Which of the following has (have) been used effectively to treat drug abusers?
methadone maintenance
detoxification (medically supervised drug withdrawal)
drug-free therapy
psychotherapy
all of the above


14) Which of the following are the social costs of drug abuse?
loss of employee productivity
increased possibility of auto accidents
depletion of already scarce drug abuse resources
(b) and (c) only
(a), (b), and (c)


15) What is the most unpredictable drug of abuse on the street today?
PCP Phencylidine (PCP, "angel dust")
heroin
LSD
alcohol


Answers from the quiz
1) (d) all of the above.
Drug use is as old as history, and certain periods of U.S. history are associated with special drug abuse problems. During the Civil War, for example, morphine was used as a pain killer. Morphine's addictive properties were not well understood, and many soldiers became dependent on it.Throughout the century, there were periods of "drug scares" created by the use of cocaine at the turn of the century, heroin in the 1920's, marijuana in the 1930's, and heroin again in the 1950's. The 1960's saw a social explosion of drug use of all kinds from LSD to heroin to marijuana.

2) (b) 18-25

3) (b) Through their friends.

4) (b) Alcohol. Many people in the United States have trouble with alcohol, and estimates show that about 10 million are dependent on the drug.

5) (a) Cigarettes. Approximately 300,000 deaths annually from coronary disease, other heart disease, lung cancer, respiratory disease, and other types of cancer have been linked to smoking.

6) (b) Marijuana. In the past marijuana was legally classified as a narcotic, but it isn't now. Marijuana's psychopharmacological effects (the way a drug works on a person's mental and physical system) differ from the effects of narcotics.

7) (c) Methaqualone. Methaqualone is a non barbiturate sedative-hypnotic called a "lude" or "soaper" on the street. But it, like the stimulate drugs, is also a drug of abuse.

8) (c) Peyote. Physical dependence on mescaline (the active ingredient of the peyote cactus) or other hallucinogens has not been verified.

9) (a) Inhalants. Sniffing aerosols or other volatile substances can result in immediate death.

10) (e) The danger of contracting AIDS, hepatitis, or other infections is often overlooked by drug users who inject with nonsterile equipment.

11) (d) Different for each person. Although the time it takes for a person to become physically dependent on heroin varies, we do know that repeated use ultimately causes physical dependence. Some people become physically dependent after using heroin as few as three or four times.

12) (b) Avoid withdrawal. When people stop taking heroin after becoming physically dependent, they develop withdrawal symptoms
vomiting
muscle spasms
profuse sweating
insomnia and other symptoms.

If they once again take the drug, the symptoms disappear.

13) (e) All of the above. All have been used successfully, both individually and in combination, to treat drug abusers.

14) (e) Hours lost from productive work, increased traffic accidents caused by driving under the influence of drugs, and dollars on treatment and law enforcement programs. These are the social costs we all pay, one way or another, for drug abuse.

15) (a) Phencylidine (PCP, "angel dust"). Phencylidine is an unpredictable and highly dangerous drug. Its use has been associated with bizarre and violent behavior, with accidents, and with psychotic episodes.
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What is phencyclidine (PCP)?
Phencyclidine ("angel dust") is a drug which was developed as a surgical anesthetic for humans in the late l950s. Because of its unusual and unpleasant side effects in human patients--delirium, extreme excitement, and visual disturbances--PCP was soon restricted to its only current legal use as a veterinary anesthetic and tranquilizer.

What are PCP's effects?
Effects of the drug vary according to dosage levels. Low doses may provide the usual releasing effects of many psychoactive drugs. A floaty euphoria is described, sometimes associated with a feeling of numbness (part of the drug's anesthetic effects). Increased doses produce an excited, confused intoxication, which may include any of the following: muscle rigidity, loss of concentration and memory, visual disturbances, delirium, feelings of isolation, convulsions, speech impairment, violent behavior, fear of death, and changes in users' perceptions of their bodies.
Research shows that PCP seems to scramble the brain's internal stimuli, altering how users perceive and deal with their environment. Everyday activities like driving and even walking can be a task for PCP users.

What makes PCP so dangerous?
One danger of PCP intoxication is that it can produce violent and bizarre behavior even in people not otherwise prone to such behavior. Violent actions may be directed at themselves or others and often account for serious injuries or death. Bizarre behavior can lead to death through drownings, burns, falls from high places, and automobile accidents. More people die from accidents caused by the erratic and unpredictable behavior produced by the drug than from the drug's direct effect on the body.
A temporary, schizophrenic-like psychosis, which and last for days or weeks, has also occurred in users of moderate or higher doses of the drug. During these episodes, users are excited, incoherent, and aggressive; or they may be quite the opposite: uncommunicative, depressed, and withdrawn. Paranoia, a state in which the user feels persecuted, often accompanies this condition.

How do users get PCP?
Nearly all PCP in today's drug culture is made illicitly since it is easily synthesized in bootleg laboratories. Because of its bad reputation on the street, dealers often sell it as mescaline or other drugs more attractive to users. Users can never be sure what they're buying. Street PCP comes in various forms:
as the powdered "angel dust",
as tablets, as crystals,
and in pills named "hogs" or "Peace Pills".
Smoking the dust, usually mixed with marijuana, parsley, and mint leaves, has become the preferred method of PCP use. The smoker can control the drug's effects better than the pill taker can.

Is PCP a big problem?
Statistics tell us the PCP use is on the rise. In the l960s and early l970s PCP was not very popular with the drug community because of its unpleasant effects, but now it is becoming a drug of choice. More and more hospital emergency rooms and drug crisis centers are seeing cases of PCP-induced panic and overdoses.
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Inhalants

What are inhalants?
Inhalants are a group of diverse volatile (breathable) substances people do not normally think of as drugs. These legal substances, most of which are found in everyday household products, are abused by sniffing or inhaling.

Who abuses inhalants?
Inhalant abuse is on the rise among young people, especially between the ages of 7 and l7, no doubt in part because inhalants are readily available and inexpensive.
Sometimes children unintentionally misuse the inhalant products which are often easily found around the house. Parents should see that these substances, like medicines, are kept away from young children.
Since inhalants are legal compounds, most of which are produced, distributed, and sold for legitimate purposes, their regulation for misuse is difficult.

Which inhalants are commonly abused?
Anything in an aerosol can--especially spray paint--is a likely candidate for abuse. Other abused sprays include vegetable oil and hair sprays.
Gasoline, transmission fluid, model airplane and other glues, paint thinners, nail polish and remover are other ordinary household substances abused in inhalation. The compound toluene in certain spray paints, gasoline, and other products is the principle reason people sniff these substances.
Other substances abused by inhaling include nitrous oxide (laughing gas), the dry cleaning fluid used in commercial establishments, and anesthesias like halothane. Some organic nitrites, marketed as "room odorizes", appear to be packaged and distributed specifically for their abuse potential. Amyl nitrite is an inhalant with a legitimate medical use in treating heart patients. This substance, too, is abused.

What risks are involved in sniffing inhalants?
There is a high risk of sudden death from spray inhalation. These spray inhalants can either interfere directly with breathing, or they can produce irregular heart beats (arrhythmia's) leading to heart failure and death. Risk of death by suffocation increases when users sniff concentrated spray fumes from a paper bag. Most deaths, however, have been associated with the propellants used in aerosol sprays.
Studies of long-term users of sprays and other inhalants have reported the following physical dysfunction (impaired functioning): bone marrow damage (which is usually associated with exposure to benzene); drastic weight loss; and impairment of vision, memory, and ability to think clearly. These dysfunction generally cease when sniffing stops.
During and shortly after inhalant use, the sniffer usually exhibits motor incoordination, inability to think and act clearly, and sometimes abusive and violent behavior.
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Stimulants


What are stimulants?
the stimulants ("uppers") are a class of drugs which stimulate the central nervous system and produce an increase in alertness and activity. They include caffeine, cocaine, and the amphetamines.

What medical uses do stimulants have?
Current medical uses of synthetic stimulants is currently restricted to treating narcolepsy (a rare disorder marked by an uncontrollable need for sleep) and a minimal brain damage in children. They also are prescribed for short term appetite control. Caffeine, the naturally occurring stimulant found in coffee and tea, is a common ingredient in over-the-counter preparations designed to pep people up and help them overcome drowsiness. The only legitimate medical use of cocaine in this country today is as a local anesthetic. It was used at the turn of the century in patent medicines, wines, and soft drinks. Since antiquity, South American Indians, principally the Incas, have chewed coca leaves for religious and medicinal reasons. It was used to increase workers productivity to combat the effects of the high altitude of the Andes Mountains.

Which stimulants are abused?
Overuse and abuse have been associated with all of the stimulant drugs, but risks are the greatest with the amphetamines and cocaine.

What are amphetamines?
The amphetamines are composed of three closely related drugs (amphetamine, deztroamphetamine, and methamphetamine) which stimulate the central nervous system and promote a feeling of alertness and an increase in speech and general physical activity.

Why do people use stimulants?
Some people take these drugs under medical supervision to control their appetite. Others take amphetamines to feel alert and energetic or recreationally to get "high"; they often report a feeling of well-being.

Can people become depend on amphetamines?
Yes. Users who take a small amount of amphetamines orally every now and then to combat fatigue or get "high" usually do not have trouble. However, people with a history of sustained low dose use quite become dependent and feel that they need the drug to get by. These users frequently keep taking amphetamines to avoid the "down in mood" they experience when the "high" wears off.
Some people try to relieve insomnia which follows an extended period of drug taking with sleeping pills or alcohol. These users often begin taking amphetamines again to shake off drowsiness or to regain the "high" and so continue the up/down cycle, which is extremely hard on the body.

What specific dangers are associated with amphetemanie abuse?
Even small, infrequent doses of amphetamines can produce toxic effect in some people. Restlessness, anxiety, mood swings, panic, circulatory and cardiac disturbances, paranoid thoughts, hallucinations, convulsions, and coma have all been reported.
Heavy, frequent doses of amphetamines can produce brain damage which results in speech disturbances and difficulty in turning thoughts into words. Taking more amphetamines increases these risks,which are greatest when the drug is injected. In addition, users who inject amphetamines intravenously can contract serious life threatening infections from nonsterile equipment. Finally, death can result from injected amphetamines overdose.

What are the signals of chronic amphetemanie abuse?
Long term users often have acne resembling a measles rash; trouble with teeth, gums, and nails; and dry lifeless hair.

Is violence associated with heavy amphetemanie abuse?
As heavy users who inject amphetamines accumulate larger and larger amounts of the drug in their bodies, the resulting toxicity can produce what is known as amphetemanie psychosis. People in this extremely suspicious, paranoid state frequently exhibit bizarre-sometimes violent-behavior.
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