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    The CenTF Program is funded by the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance. Currently, the program delivers two different training courses:

    Task Force Commanders Workshop
    Methamphetamine Investigative Workshop
    Task Force Commanders Workshop

    The Task Force Commanders Workshop is a three-day course designed for multijurisdictional narcotics task force commanders and supervisory personnel in the area of multiagency narcotics enforcement operations. It focuses on multiagency-response training needs in the investigation and prosecution of narcotics trafficking conspiracies. This workshop provides valuable training for new and experienced managers, supervisors, and senior investigators seeking advancement. Instruction includes practical exercises covering both administrative and operational aspects of narcotics task force enforcement efforts.

    In response to this challenge, a Task Force Commanders Workshop has been developed to address the operational aspects of managing methamphetamine investigations, as well as problem areas specific to these types of investigations.

    Methamphetamine Investigative Workshop

    The manufacture and distribution of methamphetamine is one of the fastest-growing drug problems facing the nation. The rapid spread of methamphetamine from the western United States to other parts of the country is an increasing challenge for law enforcement personnel nationwide. The covert nature of drug laboratories and the hazardous chemicals involved in methamphetamine drug operations pose unique challenges for law enforcement managers and investigators. Investigations must be properly managed to ensure effective and safe outcomes.

    In response to this challenge, a Methamphetamine Investigative Workshop has been developed to address the operational aspects of managing methamphetamine investigations, as well as problem areas specific to these types of investigations.

    Advanced Methamphetamine Investigative Workshop

    The identification and dismantling of labs and the investigation and prosecution of meth-related cases are critical to the safety of our nation's law enforcement, citizens, and the environment. Along with the movement of more-potent Mexican meth across the country and the resurgence of small one-pot labs used by less experienced cooks and users, changes in the production and trafficking of methamphetamine continue to cause concern for law enforcement personnel nationwide. With the increase in the manufacture and distribution of methamphetamine and meth-related gang activity, the need for law enforcement to effectively combat meth-related crime is also on the rise.

    In response to this need, the one-day Advanced Methamphetamine Investigative Workshop has been designed to focus on investigative strategies that address these concerns and to promote effective and safe outcomes for law enforcement and citizens.

    Center for Task Force Leadership and Integrity

    The Center for Task Force Leadership and Integrity (CTFLI) Web-based training and resource center was designed for the nation’s law enforcement professionals. The online training addresses the needs of law enforcement practitioners at all levels:

    Executive Leadership

    This training provides an overview of the role and responsibilities of the task force leadership in setting the standard and implementing activities that effectively promote accountability and ethics in the task force.

    Task Force Commander Leadership and Management Training

    The success of a task force greatly depends on the ability and leadership of the task force commander. This training provides insight into the day-to-day administrative and operational responsibilities of a task force commander.

    Safeguarding Privacy, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties in Task Force Operations

    Law enforcement has the task of fighting crime and improving public safety. This training addresses the need and responsibility of law enforcement to respect and protect the privacy and constitutional rights of the very individuals that you are sworn to serve and protect.

    Criminal Intelligence Systems Operating Policies (28 CFR Part 23)

    The 28 CFR Part 23 online training is an introductory-level training on the regulation’s core principles, which provide an understanding of privacy and civil liberties concerns related to criminal intelligence information sharing.

    Access the training at www.ctfli.org.
    Originally posted by SSD
    It has long been the tradition on this forum and as well as professionally not to second guess or Monday morning QB the officer's who were actually on-scene and had to make the decision. That being said, I don't think that your discussion will go very far on this board.
    Originally posted by Iowa #1603
    And now you are arguing about not arguing..................

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