(a) Peace officers may use a person under 21 years of age to attempt to purchase cannabis goods, for the purposes of enforcing the Act, and to apprehend licensees, employees, or agents of licensees who sell cannabis goods to minors. For purposes of this section, a “minor” is a person under 21 years of age. (b) The following minimum standards shall apply to the use of a minor decoy: (1) At the time of the operation, the decoy shall be less than 20 years of age. (2) A decoy shall either carry his or her own identification showing the decoy’s correct date of birth, or carry no identification. A decoy who carries identification shall present it upon request to any seller of cannabis goods. (3) A decoy shall answer truthfully any questions about his or her age. (4) Following any completed sale, but not later than the time a citation, if any, is issued, the peace officer directing the decoy shall make a reasonable attempt to enter the licensed premises or respond to the location where the licensee is located and have the minor decoy who purchased cannabis goods identify the alleged seller of the cannabis goods. Authority: Sections 26013 and 26140, Business and Professions Code. Reference: Section 26140, Business and Professions Code.