Okla. Admin. Code § 390:30-1-2 - Definitions
The following words or terms, when used in this Chapter, shall have the following meaning, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise:
"Alert" means a positive response.
"CDS" means Controlled Dangerous Substance.
"CDS detector canine team" means the handler and the CDS detector dog. However, it shall not be construed, except in the case of an Oklahoma Department of Corrections CDS detector canine team used solely for and by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, to mean a team in which the canine is certified for simultaneous use with more than a single handler.
"CDS detector dog" means a dog trained to detect the scent of controlled dangerous substances in a variety of environments.
"Certification/recertification" means confirmation, through field performance testing, of a CDS detector dog's ability to detect controlled dangerous substances in accordance with standards designated by CLEET.
"CLEET" means administrative staff of the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training.
"Controlled Dangerous Substance" means a drug, substance or immediate precursor in Schedules of I-V of the Uniform Controlled Dangerous Substances Act (Title 63, Sections 2-204 through 2-210, of the Oklahoma State Statutes).
"Dog" means animals of the canine or "canidae" family.
"False response" occurs when a dog being tested registers a positive response to an area where no CDS exist.
"Find rate" means the percentage of positive responses registered by a dog being tested for certification.
"Handler" means a person who has received training in the handling of CDS detector dogs, and is in control of the Dog being tested.
"Handler error" occurs when a dog being tested has made a positive response and the Handler apparently fails to recognize it, and leads the dog away from the area.
"Negative response" occurs when a dog being tested fails to respond to an area where CDS is known to exist.
"OBNDD" means Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs.
"Positive response" occurs when a dog being tested registers a response to an area where CDS is known to exist, with no assistance of a Handler.
"Training aid" means a container holding predetermined amount of CDS which shall be used for evaluating the performance of dogs being tested.
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