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Criminal Patrol Drug Enforcement -
Conducting Complete Traffic Stops

Summary: This fast-paced course is Traffic Stop intended for patrol officers and supervisors who want to become more effective in detecting and arresting criminals operating motor vehicles including drug users, drug traffickers, fugitives and gang members.  The training focuses on objective criteria for criminal interdiction and not so-called profiling techniques. This program has been approved by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the United States Department of Justice. program details

Duration: Two Days

Results: Improved effectiveness of traffic stops as well as improvement of officer safety.

Topics Covered in this Seminar: 
Criminal Patrol Procedures
Detecting Deception
Officer Safety
Arrest Tactics
Current Patterns and Trends
Concealment Areas
Roadside Interviews
Informant Development

 

Program Details: 

Walter Smith teaching Criminal Patrol Conducting Complete Traffic Stops for Drug EnforcementCriminal Patrol Procedures - The student will list and discuss the techniques of observation, patrol, traffic enforcement and the detection, identification and the development of reasonable suspicion and probable cause using Objective Criteria, to apprehend felonious criminals traveling the streets and highways transporting illegal drugs and contraband.

Officer Safety - The student will identify the roles of the contact and cover officer in making a professional traffic stop of a suspected drug transporter.  The student will outline the proper vehicle positioning and officer approach, safety and search techniques that place him or her at a tactical advantage.

Current Patterns and Trends -  The student will outline and discuss the magnitude of drug use and illicit drug traffic.  They will identify drug flow patterns with particular emphasis on drug couriers and transporters.

Roadside InterviewRoadside Interviews -  Practical exercises will be  used in this area to identify and use the basic techniques of roadside interview and interrogation, observation and awareness techniques, recognition of body language that may include criminal activity and informant development, as it applies to the duties and activities of the patrol officer.

Detecting Deception -  The student will be given information that will allow him or her to detect deception in drug couriers, actions, answers, body language, and vehicle usage that will establish reasonable suspicion and probable cause for arrest.

Arrest Tactics -  Given an outline and demonstration, the student will utilize proper arrest and control techniques on a suspected drug courier with emphasis on personal safety.

Concealment Areas -  The student will identify and explore the techniques of locating contraband within vehicles.  They will identify hidden compartments in vehicles that exist naturally and those that have been altered or constructed by drug smugglers.

Chief Ed Delmore teaching Criminal Patrol Conducting Complete Traffic Stops for Drug EnforcementInformant Development - The student will discuss the techniques of informant development.

Practical Exercises, Use of Objective Criteria, Discussion and Analysis of actual scene videos will be used throughout the program to reinforce student learning and personal safety.

Who Should Attend: Patrol officers, supervisors and F.T.O.'s who want to become more effective in detecting and arresting criminals operating motor vehicles should attend this program which has been approved by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the United States Department of Justice.

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