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Finding an Addictive or Psychotropic Substance on the School Premises

If the school personnel retrieve on the school premises a substance which they consider narcotic or psychotropic, according to the recommendations of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (the “Ministry”) they should:
1. Inform the school management and make a written record of the finding.

2. Notify the Police of the CR, which will identify the substance and remove it.

What to do when the school personnel catch a student with a substance which they believe is addictive or psychotropic? The Ministry recommends that the school personnel act as follows:

1. Inform the school management.

2. Make a written record of the finding, including a statement by the student concerned.

3. Notify the Police of the CR, which will identify the substance and remove it.

Where the school personnel have reasons to believe that a student has an addictive substance on him, they should act in accordance with the following recommendations of the Ministry:

 1. Promptly notify the Police of the CR and the legal guardian of a minor student.

2. Isolate the student from the other students and hold him under surveillance until the arrival of the Police of the CR. The school personnel must not check the student himself or his belongings for alleged banned substances.

If the Police of the CR cannot deal with the matter immediately, the school personnel may, using protective aids, insert the suspicious substance in an envelope, seal the envelope and keep it in the school safe until it can be handed to the Police of the CR. School personnel should never test the suspicious substance themselves in order to analyse its chemical structure.

Nález omamné nebo psychotropní látky ve škole