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Raves Author's Name Course University/Institution Date Raves Raves are defined as underground parties for teens and adolescents. At these events teens are exposed to a variety of "party drugs," and risky behaviors that result in harm to their health, tape occurrences, and in some instances, death. Common locations that raves are held are in warehouses and underground locations to limit the accessibility and tracking ability of law enforcement officials. According to the National Drug Intelligence Center (2001) "Raves are held either in permanent dance clubs or at temporary venues set up for a single weekend event in abandoned warehouses, open fields, or empty buildings"(p 1). Raves pose a great deal of danger to those who attend because of the lack of security, voluntary and forced sexual occurrences and the ingestion of drugs. In this paper several diverse drugs that are found in raves will be explored, the challenges encountered by law enforcement official in locating raves will be addressed, and recommendations for law enforcement officers when raves are located. Drugs Found in Raves Drugs play a significant role in rave culture. Common drugs that can be found in raves include but are not limited to the following: Stimulants and hallucinogens. Stimulants that are common in raves are cocaine, ecstasy, and molly. Each of the aforementioned drugs evokes heightened senses that coincide with the carefree attitudes associated with most ravers. Hallucinogens that ravers frequently use at raves are LSD, Rohypnol, ketamine, and GHB (What Happens at Underground Raves? Risk, research and Harm Reduction). The ravers have a strong belief that they are not engaging in

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