Narcotics, Vice & Street Crimes Supervisors Training—Irving, TX

Narcotics, Vice & Street Crimes Supervisors Training—Irving, TX

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Irving, TX October 21 - 25, 2019

A five day (36 hours) training program designed for law enforcement officers who supervise, or plan to supervise, narcotics, vice or street crimes units. The course is designed to provide supervisors with techniques and methods they can use to make their units more efficient and safe.

Your Department does not have any travel money?  No problem, all of our training programs can be exported to your area.  For information, e-mail:  Info@Undercover.org

Instructors

GAYLAND HAMMACK – Retired Sergeant with 27 years with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. Gayland has worked 17 years in the field of Special Operations and has supervised Technical Surveillance units. He has been a certified P.O.S.T. instructor since 1987 and was the training coordinator for the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. He has been a Master-Core instructor for the State of Nevada since 1992. He has supervised Task Forces involving D.E.A., F.B.I., B.A.T.F., I.N.S., I.R.S. and U.S. Customs. He has conducted investigations in a number of States, Southeast Asia and Eastern Europe. He is considered an expert in the field of Covert Operations, Electronic Surveillance and Money Laundering. Gayland has provided training to Law Enforcement Agencies throughout the United States, Romania, Slovakia and Hungary.

ROBERT ALMONTE  Deputy Chief (Retired), El Paso Police Department and former U. S. Marshal.  Robert has 32 years of law enforcement experience with expertise in narcotics investigations and undercover work.  He served as the United States Marshal for the Western District of Texas from 2010 to 2016.  He previously served 25 years with the El Paso, TX Police Department where he spent the majority of his career in narcotics investigations and retired as a Deputy Chief.  Robert has provided training to thousands of law enforcement officers throughout the US and abroad.  He has spent years conducting extensive research on the Mexican drug trade and how they pray for protection from law enforcement.

PETER BOYCE – Peter is a lawyer in private practice in the Atlanta, GA area.  For much of his career, Peter has counseled and defended police officers and departments when threatened with suit or sued for allegations of wrong doing.  As an internationally recognized speaker and instructor in many aspects of police civil liability and use of force, he has had the privilege and pleasure of making presentations to local, state, federal and foreign law enforcement officer throughout the world on various liability issues associated with law enforcement work.

Other Instructors to be Announced

Topics To Be Presented

  • Selecting and Managing Undercover Personnel

  • Design and Operation of Storefront Stings

  • Crisis Management

  • Post Incident Procedures

  • Undercover Risk Analysis

  • Managing Covert Operations

  • Supervising Reverses and Street Buys

  • Operational Planning

  • Undercover Personnel Issues

  • Electronic and Video Surveillance Equipment

  • Ethics and Misconduct in Undercover Operations

  • Money Laundering Investigations

Registration Information

Registration fee for the five day training program is $495.00 per person.  Cash, check or Visa/MasterCard/Amex are acceptable forms of payment.  Registration fee includes the cost of the instruction, handout materials, copy of The Art of Undercover: Techniques and Survival, and certificate of completion.  Group discounts are also available. Call for information. All checks or purchase orders must be made payable to International Association of Undercover Officers (IAUO). For further information, call Charlie Fuller at 912-242-6000, or Gayland Hammack at 702-379-5769 or e-mail Info@Undercover.org.  

Attendance is limited. Register early to insure your participation.

Training Site

Training will be held at TEXOMA HIDTA, Suite 100, 8404 Esters Blvd., Irving, TX 75063.  On-site registration for the training program will be held on Monday, October 21 from 7:30 AM to 8:30 AM in the training area.  At Registration, all participants will be given ID cards, which will be required for entrance into the training program.  Please try to register early.  Classes will be held daily from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM, and Friday from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM.  Dress is casual.
Out-of-town students should make their own lodging  arrangements.  The training site is near DFW Airport.