The Drug Identification Kit consists of over 30 simulated drug samples designed to assist with visual identification of illicit substances. Each sample is packaged individually in a clear plastic box, with an insert reference card that provides a colour image and key information about the enclosed drug. Three sealed display boards showing 20 paraphernalia items associated with drug use are also included in the kit. The kit is packaged in a hard sided, secure briefcase with a coloured identification chart and drug data sheets.
Included in this kit is an educational DVD. Key topic areas include illicit drug identification; understanding drugs and their effects; cultivation, production and trafficking.
The DVD may also be purchased separately.
Within Australia: Complete Drug Identification Kit with Training DVD: AUD $2200.00 (Incl. GST) + AUD $75.00 Shipping
DVD Only: AUD $140.00 (Incl. GST & shipping)
Outside Australia: Complete Drug Identification Kit with Training DVD: AUD $2000.00 + AUD $75.00 Shipping
DVD Only: AUD $126.00 (Includes shipping)
For further information please contact:
Centre for Customs and Excise Studies
Phone: 02 6272 6300
“I just came back from using the Drug ID kit for the first time with young people at high school and they loved it. The main feedback was: how realistic it was and it was a good way to identify which drugs were what and the names of them. It is a visual tool which is helpful in talking to young people and kept the students interested and pro-active in learning. This is a great educational tool for prompting questions and conversations around drug use / abuse.”
– Jodie Hutchinson, AOD Worker, Illawarra Aboriginal Medical Service
“We LOVE the kit! It is useful when training staff and volunteers and is a great hit on our ‘stand’ at conferences, school presentations etc. An awesome resource that I have thoroughly recommended to others.”
– Alanna Fraser – Manager, Training & Program Development | Teen Challenge Queensland
“The kit is very useful for presentations and I would recommend it to others who present on drug issues.”
– Sergeant Keith WHEELER – Sturt Drug Action Team Coordinator