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Heroin, America's Newest Serial Killer

 
 

 

Hosting Agency: NESPIN
Location of Training:

124 Grove Street  Suite #105

Franklin, MA 02038

Dates:

November 28, 2016

8:00AM-4:00PM

Registration/Check-In:

Monday, November 28, 2016

7:30AM-8:00AM

Recommended Hotel: TBA
Directions: Please use www.mapquest.com

 

Heroin is affecting so many communities, youth and adults alike, across the US with no indicators of slowing down.  Law Enforcement is having a difficult time balancing their enforcement and investigative responsibilities while being tasked to administer medical life-saving treatments in the street.  A lack of resources, knowledge and innovation has left law enforcement, communities and their medical personnel desperately attempting to combat the scourge of heroin as it affects many members of their communities. This training class provides answers to the Heroin problem and provides strategies for combating, investigating and preventing the scourge of heroin and the devastation it is causing across the US.

 

Course Outline:

  • Why is there a Heroin resurgence across the US?  Why is Heroin so addictive?  
  • How has Heroin permeated so many communities across the US?
  • Heroin Drug Recognition, Understanding, Manufacture (DRUM) - Signs, Symptoms,etc.
  • Combating heroin importation into your jurisdiction
  • Heroin Analysis Template: Trends, Hospitals, Pharmacies, Arrests, Reporting
  • Patrol Response to the Heroin problem
  • Targeting drug dealers:  Yours, Adjoining Jurisdictions and Transients
  • Hotel/Motel Interdiction, Bar/Nightclub Enforcement, Rap Concerts/Gang members, etc
  • Combating heroin sales in the streets, schools and elsewhere
  • Investigating Heroin Trafficking: A Local to National Approach
  • Preventing heroin use and addiction
  • Preventing Heroin Deaths: Recognizing the signs of addiction, the signs of overdose
  • Naloxone: Dilemma and Treatment  
  • Analysis of drug trends to determine the Heroin/Drug problem and developing a strategy.

Who should attend: Police Officers, Deputy Sheriffs, Probation Officers, Fire-fighters, EMTs/Paramedics, Addiction Counsellors, School/University Administrators and Educators, Hospital Personnel, Elected Officials

INSTRUCTOR:  Detective First Grade Wilford Pinkney, NYPD, Jr. is a retired narcotics investigator with extensive narcotics investigation and undercover experience.  He is a nationally sought after Heroin Investigation instructor and has provided heroin-related training across the US.  Wilford Pinkney spent over 20 years as a member of the New York City Police Department. He recently served as Chairperson of the School of Criminal Justice at Monroe College where he was responsible for the management, development, planning, and implementation of the academic curriculum for a program consisting of approximately 2000 students and over 100 faculty members.  During his career, he was the undercover and lead investigator in over 100 wiretap investigations involving multiple agencies and jurisdictions.  He has testified in federal and state courts from Puerto Rico to New York.  The investigations involved subjects engaged in trafficking narcotics from Columbia, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and numerous states in the U.S.

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Instruction for Law Enforcement Officers Tuition $125 US per attendee SRR Traffic
 
 
     
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