Tactical Narcotics Techniques
December 4th-8th, 2017, Hampton, Virginia Hosted by the Hampton Police Department
February 18th-22nd, 2018, Orange Beach, Alabama Hosted by the Orange Beach Police Department
This is a special five day (36 hour) training program designed for Law Enforcement Investigators, Narcotics Investigators and Patrol Officers who participate in high-risk operations used to apprehend violent subjects narcotics investigations, gang investigations, prostitution/vice investigations and subjects involved in the illicit narcotics trade. This conference is designed for agencies who serve their own narcotics/arrests warrants, conduct buy/bust operations, reverse sting operations and prostitution details.
Officers will be taught tactical vehicle assaults and tactical blocking that should be utilized during narcotics operations. The class will also cover vehicle window breaching techniques as well as the specialized equipment which should be utilized during these operations. Tactical planning for vehicle operations will be illustrated during class room and scenario based training exercises.
The curriculum includes Tactical Narcotics Techniques, which details how to conduct short term operations used to infiltrate and target high priority area’s where narcotics and prostitution are presenting problems. Instructors will cover vehicle assaults, high risk vehicle stops, high risk search warrant entries, and offer various tactical theories used to safely clear rooms and buildings. The students will learn how to tactically approach and make entry into buildings by doing practical training exercise's utilizing various facilities such as apartment buildings and houses.
Narcotics reverse sting operations and buy/bust operations will be covered in great detail. Narcotics reverse sting operations are often under utilized by law enforcement agencies, which results in the loss of breaking up Drug Trafficking Organizations and large seizures of currency and properties. Proper investigative techniques will be presented through numerous case studies detail various operations.
The curriculum will cover various approaches used to successfully conduct consent searches on residences, hotels and businesses. Consent searches and approaches are the number one tool used when working interdiction cases. Students will participate in undercover practical exercises involving the use of role players during the training. This is a scenario based training course that will require PHYSICAL PARTICIPATION in the various scenarios and techniques being taught.
Students will be placed in situations that will involve the use of role players during some of the practical exercises. Tactical case studies will be presented to show both correct and incorrect ways to prepare for tactical and narcotics operations. A presentation on how to set up and operate undercover storefronts will detail how easy and cost effective it is for agencies to set up undercover locations. Law Enforcement Agencies that utilize tactical undercover locations significantly reduce the liability to their agencies and provide safety to their officers and citizens.
This class offers insight for both new and veteran investigators. Narcotics investigations are high liability events that require proper training for the safety of the officers and citizens. This is course is specially designed for agencies who participate in multi jurisdiction task forces and for narcotics units who serve their own search warrants and execute violent offender arrest warrants. The instructors for this course have a tremendous amount of experience on both the narcotics and tactical sides of high risk operations.
Don’t miss this training opportunity!
Consent Search Investigations Practical Training
Tactical Vehicle Assaults
Tactical Vehcile Blocking
Vehicle Window Breaching Techniques
Tactical Narcotics Techniques Concept
Tactical Entries and Practical Training
Major Reverse Sting Operations
Undercover Storefront Operations
Street Level Prostitution Sting Operations
Club and Bar Raid Tactics
Tactical Planning Case Studies
Practical exercises utilizing role players
Tactical Narcotics Techniques
The tuition is $460.00 per student. Please submit payment by check or money order with this registration form or register on line at www.uctraining.net. Class space is limited and students will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Registrations can be faxed to (770) 486-2092, register on line or mailed to:
Law Enforcement Training Associates, Inc.
Post Office Box 2745
Peachtree City, Ga 30269
The Virginia training will be held at the Hampton Police Department located at 40 Lincoln Street in Hampton. Hotel information will be posted soon. If you have any further questions please contact Mike DeMarcus at (305) 986-5476.
The Alabama training will be hosted by the Orange Police Department. The training will be conducted at the Springhill Suites Hotel. The Springhill Suites is offering a $99.00 a night rate under the law enforcement booking code. The hotel is located at 4673 Wharf Parkway West. Reservations can be made at 251-981-9777. If you have any further questions please contact Mike DeMarcus at (305) 986-5476.
Sergeant, North Miami Beach Police Department. J.J has over 10 years of
Tactical experience as an operator on the Special Response Team. He has
completed five seperate SWAT certification training programs. He
is also certified as a Distraction Device and Specialty Impact
Munitions Weapons Instructor. J.J has a wealth of knowledge in
tactical operations. He has spent most of his career in the Crime
Supression Unit which targets violent offenders and undercover
surveillance operations on career criminals. He currentky serves as the
SRT team leader and is responsible for conducting much of the tactical
planning for SRT operations.
Lino Diaz: Detective, North Miami Beach Police Department with over 18 years of law enforcement experience. Lino is currently assigned to the Crime Suppression Team, which targets gang members, street level narcotics subjects, burglary subjects and violent criminals. Lino has also participated on the NMBPD Tactical Unit, the Robbery Intervention Detail and a multi jurisdictional street crimes enforcement team that targeted violent subjects in Miami-Dade County. Lino has been on the NMBPD Special Response Team for over 10 years and is also a Colt MP5 and Chemical Munitions instructor.
Nelson Reyes: Officer with the Aventura Police Department and a is a retired Sergeant from the North Miami Beach Police Department with over 20 years of law enforcement experience. Nelson spent 17 years on the NMBPD Special Response Team. He was a team leader for a number of years and wrote many of the SRT policies. Nelson holds a wide variety of tactical and firearms certifications. He is also a civil litigation specialist and has attended hundreds of tactical training courses over the years. He has a vast wealth of knowledge in planning and executing tactical operations.
Comments from LEO's that have attended previous TNT conferences:
"Great class. Very Informative"
"Excellent training course"
"Great course, all instructors get an A+"
"Should be prerequisite training for street crime officers"
"Best training that I have attended"
"Scenario training was great"
"Great conference and an awesome host agency"
"Great instructors-very approachable and experienced"
"Great class, should be a salary incentive course!"
Contact LETA for references from agencies that have attended previous Tactical Narcotics Techniques training conferences. LETA will bring this training conference to agencies that need to train between 15-20 officers. Contact LETA for details.