Enforcement information

Reports

Regulations, rules, training


Methamphetamine lab awareness

Be aware

More and more illegal methamphetamine labs are being set up on public lands - state forests, state parks, wildlife managements areas, etc.

While out hunting, hiking, nature viewing or doing other outdoor activities, if you see what appears to be a methamphetamine lab, contact your local law enforcement agency or conservation officer immediately.

Minnesota Department of Health meth lab information

Items to watch for

Signs of a methamphetamine lab include large quantities of common household products. Used as designed, these household products are generally safe. Mixed together, they can become explosive and/or give off toxic fumes.

Chemicals

Equipment

(Page prepared with information provided by the Chisago County Sherriff's office.)