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2019 Mexican Transnational Criminal Organizations and Current Trends - Pine...

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Dooly County Sheriff's Office

576 Pinehurst Hawkinsville Rd

Pinehurst, GA 31070

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The National Criminal Enforcement Association (NCEA), in conjunction with the Dooly County Sheriff's Office, GA are presenting some first rate and affordable criminal interdiction training at our “2019 Mexican Transnational Criminal Organizations,” January 28-29, 2019 in Pinehurst, GA. This extensive training workshop is for all Police Officer’s, Deputy Sheriff’s, State Troopers, Investigators, K-9 Handlers and Custody Deputies that are preparing to enter the FTO program or working a specialized unit in the county jails.. The cost for this training opportunity will be $250.00 for 2 days, with an early bird special of $225.00 per attendee prior to December 28, 2018 (MUST be pre-paid by deadline date), agency group rates are also available. The instructors for the course will be Deputy Alex Saldana (Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, CA and Retired Task Force Agent Alex Gonzalez. The Instructors have over a combined 40 years of experience in law enforcement and have trained thousands of law enforcement personnel throughout the nation as well as internationally. Saldana and Gonzalez are also subject matter experts in the topics that will be discussed in the course. Mexican Transnational Criminal Organizations and Current Trends course has been designed on the most updated information. The course will address the many issues that are encountered during traffic stops when dealing with potential cartel members.

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course will cover the history and structure of the Transnational Criminal Organizations that have been operating in Mexico for more than a century. The attendees will have a better understanding of the Mexican Transnational Criminal Organizations global businesses with forward and backward linkages for managing supply and distribution in the United States. As businesses, they are concerned with bringing their product to market in the most efficient way in order to maximize their profits by controlling lucrative smuggling corridors, primarily across the southwest border. The methods used by the distribution cells that are managed or influenced by the Mexican Transnational Criminal Organizations will be discussed in great detail. The course will also discuss how they use the tools of bribery and violence, which are complementary.

The attendee will be taught how to identify and locate manual as well as electronically controlled aftermarket compartments in motor vehicles that are widely used today by Mexican Transnational Criminal Organizations.

The method of instruction for the course will involve the implementation of various video clips of interviews and vehicle concealments that are designed to show the teaching points and encourage class discussion.

Upon successful completion of this course, attendees will have an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the Mexican Transnational Criminal Organizations and their operating modes.

TOPICS INCLUDED: History of Mexican Transnational Criminal Organizations, split of power, main influential Transnational Criminal Organizations, operations within Mexico and the United States, distributions, Mexico's geography and how it effects the United States, identifying members, narco corridors, pre-search objectives, officer safety issues during searches, systematic search techniques, Mexican Transnational Criminal Organizations current concealment trends, Fentanyl threat.

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Fairfield Inn & Suites Cordele

2001 16th Avenue

East Cordele, GA 31015

(229) 273-0042

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