Free DOJ Training: “Investigative Techniques Related to the Enforcement of Illicit Drug Trafficking in Indian Country”

The Department of Justice’s National Indian Country Training Initiative (NICTI), together with the FBI, BIA and DEA, are pleased to announce a training titled Investigative Techniques Related to the Enforcement of Illicit Drug Trafficking in Indian Country. This training will be held at the National Advocacy Center in Columbia, SC.
 
This training is designed for federal, state, and tribal law enforcement and prosecutors who investigate and prosecute drug cases in Indian country. This training will include an overview of the drug problem in Indian country, identification of illicit drugs, proper handling of methamphetamines, heroin, and fentanyl, FBI Safe Trails Task Forces, evidence collection, prosecution considerations for drug cases on tribal lands, safeguarding first responders, disposal of drug evidence under EPA, OSHA, and DOT Standards, NIBIN Resources, Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs, NARCAN Use, and case studies.
 
Please complete and submit the nomination form for each of your nominees. Submit nomination forms by Julye 27, 2018.
 
The NICTI will review all nominations and the NICTI will send an e-mail advising nominees of their selection on or about August 6, 2018. Selected nominees will also receive information on how to book travel and lodging. The U.S. Department of Justice will cover all travel related expenses. There is no tuition fee to attend this class.
 
In order to ensure that our records are correct, please type in the required information when completing the nomination forms. Illegible and/or incomplete forms will not be considered.
 
Due to the increasing number of last minute cancellations, we must ask that only nominations for those who are certain to attend be submitted.
 
The Executive Office for United States Attorneys will provide reasonable accommodations to people with disabilities. Requests should be made to Delores McCarter as early as possible, preferably at least two weeks in advance of the seminar. No nominee will be excluded from a course on the basis of a disability-related accommodations request.