Event Phone: 205-759-3000
- May 12, 2017
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Drug Interdiction Techniques – Patrol
This fast paced one-day course is intended for patrol officers and supervisors who want to become more effective in detecting, apprehending, and documenting the arrest of criminals including drug users, drug traffickers, fugitives, gang members, and even terrorists.
See link below for registration under agency/self registration
|Course topics include:|
|· Background and History of Criminal Apprehension||· Detecting Deception|
|· Suspect Contacts||· Consent Searches|
|· Pre- and Post-stop Characteristics of Criminal Behavior||· Salvaging Turn-Downs|
|· Making a Legal Stop / Consensual Encounters||· Arrest Tactics|
|· Difference Between Interviews and Interrogations||· Basics of Detecting Hidden Compartments|
|· Roadside Interviews||· Contact and Cover|
May 12, 2017
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Hosted by the
Law Enforcement Academy Tuscaloosa
Tuition Free thru MCTFT!
Training provided through the National Guard Counterdrug Training Program
The instructor for this course, Ed Delmore, is currently the Chief of Police for the Gulf Shores, AL Police Department. He has been a police officer since 1982. He began his career in Chester, Illinois leaving there in 1984 to join the Collinsville, Illinois Police Department in the St. Louis metropolitan area. He served in Collinsville as a patrol officer, undercover narcotics investigator, patrol sergeant, watch commander, criminal interdiction unit commander, and retired as the assistant chief of police in 2005. During his tenure Mr. Delmore created and was the working commander of the most successful city criminal interdiction unit in the State of Illinois. He has instructed thousands of officers throughout the United States in criminal apprehension techniques and officer safety. He has also lectured to police administrators from around the world at the FBI National Academy. After his retirement from Collinsville PD, Mr. Delmore served as the Chief of Police in Fairview Heights, Illinois from 2005 until 2010. Fairview Heights is also within the St. Louis metropolitan area. In 2010 following a nation-wide recruitment Chief Delmore began leading the Gulf Shores Police Department. Mr. Delmore earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Western Illinois University and a Master of Arts Degree from Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri. He is a graduate of the Administrative Officers course at the University of Louisville’s Southern Police Institute and of the FBI National Academy Session 205.
|Agency/Self Registration: http://cpsireg.spcollege.edu/og_register.aspx?21615