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Chapter 480-14 DRUGS AND NARCOTICS AGENCY CLASSIFICATIONS AND MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR SPECIAL AGENTS AND DEPUTY DIRECTOR

Rule 480-14-.01 Georgia Drugs and Narcotics Agency (GDNA) Classifications and Minimum Requirements for Special Agent and Deputy Director

The following shall apply to said personnel of the Drugs and Narcotics Agency:

(1) GDNA Special Agent. A GDNA Special Agent shall be a graduate of a recognized school or college of pharmacy and hold a current pharmacist license issued by the Georgia State Board of Pharmacy (Board). Additionally, to qualify as a GDNA Special Agent, the applicant shall have:
(a) Actively practiced pharmacy for at least two (2) years;
(b) No private or public sanctions on his or her pharmacist license or similar licenses issued by the Board, or any other Board of Pharmacy or their equivalent;
1. No prior convictions for any crime other than minor traffic offenses;
2. Successfully passed a personal background investigation;
3. Completed and passed the Georgia Peace Officers Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Basic Mandate Training Course to become a Georgia P.O.S.T. Certified Peace Officer within one (1) year of being hired; and
4. Such other experience, qualifications and training as suitable for such employment.
(2) GDNA Deputy Director. A GDNA Deputy Director shall be a graduate of a recognized school or college of pharmacy and hold a current pharmacist license issued by the Board. Additionally, a GDNA Deputy Director shall have at least five (5) years of full-time paid employment as a GDNA Special Agent; or as approved by the Board. A person who has been ten (10) years of full-time, paid employment in an agency similar to the GDNA as long as he or she meets the requirements for a GDNA Special Agent.