The MFL-3000 is an easy to use system, designed for the field law enforcement professional, for rapidly identifying Controlled Prescription Drugs (CPD). The new portable solution from Centice delivers unparalleled support for law enforcement professionals to perform presumptive tests on chemical substances while in challenging situations in the field. The ruggedized unit, using sophisticated patented technology, identifies prescription drugs within seconds of analysis in just a three step process.
In his 19 years of law enforcement, Lt. Andrew Hawkes has worked in highway drug interdiction, patrol, K9, investigations, narcotics and administration. In this segment, Lt. Hawkes discusses the top questions to ask during a drug interdiction stop to help lead you to your next big bust.
In this segment, Lt. Andrew Hawkes provides helpful tips that drug interdiction officers can use in metropolitan areas. Hawkes reviews pre-stop indicators, being prepared to drive aggressively and the benefits of having multi-interdiction teams.
In this segment, Lt. Andrew Hawkes talks about the five character traits that make drug interdiction officers successful in what they do. Hawkes puts the focus on vigilance, integrity, passion, and a competitive spirit.
The girlfriend of a Shelby County inmate is behind bars for offering him more than just food during their weekend visitation. Aaron Shelton was caught passing Xanax pills in a bag of chips while visiting her boyfriend in jail.
Dave Smith meets with Bob Jacob, the Director of IPTM. IPTM conducts trainings nationwide that surround a variety of topics including technology, drug recognition, accident reconstruction, and other law enforcement trainings. IPTM really works to address issues in law enforcement that are pertinent with an understanding that things are constantly training and that fluidity is important.
Dave Smith talks with Kyle Clark, DECP Coordinator at IPTM, about signs to look for when dealing with individuals who are impaired by drugs. Kyle specializes in drug recongnition and discusses which vital signs to look for in order to identify which type of drug they are dealing with.
Retired Special Agent Supervisor, Bob Pennal, sits down with Doug Wyllie at this year's CNOA Conference to discuss the Laboratory Safety Class that he teaches. When officers are dealing with drugs and unknowns it is very important that they understand certain signs and recognize hazards before making a potentially life-threatening mistake.
PoliceOne Senior Editor, Doug Wyllie, sits down with Tony Ybarra at the 2009 CNOA Conference. Tony is a facilitator for the Narcotic Unit Commander Workshop, which is for newly promoted or newly assigned Narcotic Unit Commanders. He trains officers to make sound decisions, while maintaining the integrity of their units.