International Association of Undercover Officers
Vice and Street Crimes Supervisors
April 9 - 13, 2018 -
Las Vegas, NV
A five day (36 hours)
training program designed for law enforcement officers who supervise, or
plan to supervise, narcotics, vice or street crimes units. The course is
designed to provide supervisors with techniques and methods they can use
to make their units more efficient and safe.
|CHARLIE FULLER - Retired Bureau of
Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms Special Agent. Charlie has 27 years of law
enforcement experience with expertise in undercover, electronic
surveillance and training. He was a Program Manager at the ATF National
Academy for six years. Charlie was responsible for the Undercover and
Field Operations Training Programs. He currently presents undercover,
electronic surveillance, physical surveillance and high risk entry
tactics training programs nationwide. Charlie is also the author of The
Art of Undercover: Techniques and Survival, the complete book on "how
to" work undercover.
GAYLAND HAMMACK - Retired Sergeant
with 27 years with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. Gayland
has worked 17 years in the field of Special Operations and has
supervised Technical Surveillance units. He has been a certified P.O.S.T.
instructor since 1987 and was the training coordinator for the Las Vegas
Metropolitan Police Department. He has been a Master-Core instructor for
the State of Nevada since 1992. He has supervised Task Forces involving
D.E.A., F.B.I., B.A.T.F., I.N.S., I.R.S. and U.S. Customs. He has
conducted investigations in a number of States, Southeast Asia and
Eastern Europe. He is considered an expert in the field of Covert
Operations, Electronic Surveillance and Money Laundering. Gayland has
provided training to Law Enforcement Agencies throughout the United
States, Romania, Slovakia and Hungary.
ROBERT ALMONTE Ė
Deputy Chief (Retired), El Paso Police Department
and former U. S. Marshal. Robert has 32 years of law
enforcement experience with expertise in narcotics investigations
and undercover work. He served as the United States Marshal
for the Western District of Texas from 2010 to 2016. He
previously served 25 years with the El Paso, TX Police Department
where he spent the majority of his career in narcotics
investigations and retired as a Deputy Chief. Robert has
provided training to thousands of law enforcement officers
throughout the US and abroad. He has spent years conducting
extensive research on the Mexican drug trade and how they pray for
protection from law enforcement.
PETER BOYCE - Peter is a lawyer in
private practice in the Atlanta, GA area. For much of his
career, Peter has counseled and defended police officers and
departments when threatened with suit or sued for allegations of
wrong doing. As an internationally recognized speaker and
instructor in many aspects of police civil liability and use of
force, he has had the privilege and pleasure of making presentations
to local, state, federal and foreign law enforcement officer
throughout the world on various liability issues associated with law
DR. LAURA BRODIE - Laura A. Brodie,
Phd., is a practicing Clinical and Forensic Psychologist in Tustin, CA.
She has worked with the Los Angeles Police Departmentís Employee
Assistance Program, focusing on substance abuse issues in law
enforcement as well as debriefing and preparing undercover officers for
assignment. She is also a member of the CRT and SATís Hostage
Negotiation Team. She currently evaluates Federal Candidates for law
enforcement employment, consults with local police departments and
treats law enforcement individuals in a variety of psychological issues.
Instructors to be Announced
Topics To Be Presented
- Selecting and Managing Undercover
- Design and Operation of Storefront
- Crisis Management
- Post Incident Procedures
- Undercover Risk Analysis
- Managing Covert Operations
- Supervising Reverses and Street Buys
Undercover Personnel Issues
- Electronic and Video Surveillance
- Ethics and Misconduct in Undercover
- Money Laundering Investigations
Registration fee for the
five day training program is $495.00 per person if paid in advance or
prior to the conclusion of the program, via cash, check or
Visa/MasterCard. If the registration fee is paid after the
conclusion of the training program the cost is $550.00.
Registration fee includes the cost of
the instruction, handout materials, copy of The Art of Undercover:
Techniques and Survival, and certificate of completion. Group discounts are also available. Call for
information. All checks or purchase orders must be made payable to
International Association of Undercover Officers (IAUO).
For further information, call Charlie Fuller
at 912-242-6000, or Gayland Hammack at 702-379-5769 or e-mail
is limited. Register early to insure your participation.
|Training will be held
in the Flamingo Hotel, 3555 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, NV
89109, 702-733-3111. Registration for the training program
will be held on Sunday, April 8 from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, and on
Monday, April 9 from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM in the Convention Area. At
Registration, all participants will be given ID cards which will be
required for entrance into the training program. Please try to
register early. Classes will be held daily from 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM,
and Friday from 8:30AM to12:00 PM.
For further information, call Charlie Fuller @ 912-242-6000 or Gayland Hammack @ 702-379-5769. You can also e-mail
questions to info@Undercover.org.
|The Flamingo Hotel, 3555 Las Vegas
Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89109 has arranged a special rate of $99
for this conference. For reservations go online at
before March 9, 2018, and use Booking Code "SFITR8" to obtain this rate.
You can also book by telephone at 702-733-3111, however there is a
$15 charge for booking via telephone.