Hosted by Sandy Police Department
BBS Narcotics Enforcement Training & Consulting, LLC
This course will cover areas involving the use of informants in criminal investigations. Areas to be covered will include: how to recruit informants, use of informants in criminal investigations, proper documentation and department policy. The course will cover legal and ethical aspects in the use of informants by law enforcement officers which includes selection of informants and minimal qualification for a person to be utilized as an informant. The students will learn investigative techniques to minimize the exposure or identification of informants. The course will also look at the civil liability of working informants and how to minimize those liabilities.
The instructor for the class will be Brian Sallee. Brian is a detective with the Albuquerque Police Department, has over 38 years of police experience and has spent 29 years working narcotics. He has provided training to police officers from all 50 states as well as foreign police officers. Brian does expert witness in criminal cases assisting the prosecution and civil cases assisting officers being sued. He has co-authored two books: Narcotics Investigations: Working and Surviving and The Methamphetamine Handbook: What You Need to Know.
TRAINING LOCATION: SANDY POLICE DEPARTMENT TRAINING ROOM
10000 South Centennial Parkway
Sandy, Utah 84070
DATE & TIME: June 17-18, 2019
COST: $155.00 (group discounts available)
Questions/contact: Brian Sallee (505) 459-5554 or firstname.lastname@example.org