Brian Sallee is a
narcotics detective with the Albuquerque Police Department, assigned to
the Meth Unit. Brian has
over 26 years of law enforcement experience and has spent over 17 of
those years working narcotics. He
received a bachelor’s degree from
. Brian has worked many
facets of Narcotics Investigations, such as undercover, surveillance,
search warrants, handling informants, reversal operations, buy/bust
operations and clandestine labs. Brian
is a certified clan lab investigator and site safety officer. Brian
testifies as an expert witness for narcotics investigations, including
methamphetamine labs. Brian
is co-author of the books: Narcotics
Investigation: Working and
Surviving and The Methamphetamine Handbook: What You Need to Know.
Detective, jurisdiction located
Metropolitan area. Steve is assigned to a Criminal Investigative Bureau
working gang investigations. Steve has over fourteen years of law
enforcement experience and worked for seven of those years on a
multi-agency drug task force targeting methamphetamine manufacturers and
outlaw motorcycle gang members. Steve has also completed assignments
with the DEA Clandestine Laboratory Enforcement Team and FBI Violent
Crime Gang Task Force. Steve has provided training in narcotics and
gangs all over the
and overseas and is a recipient of the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement
Task Force (OCDETF) Distinguished Service Award.
Seattle Police Department. Dave
is assigned to a special undercover unit.
Dave has worked two long term deep cover undercover operations
for federal agencies, one of which was 4 years in duration.
Dave has been involved in undercover operations most of his 22
years of law enforcement experience.
He designed and presents an 80 hour Basic and
for the State of
and Seattle Police Department, where he developed his reputation as a
is a Sergeant with the
Police Department, with over 18 years of Law Enforcement experience.
Frank worked over ten years in the department’s Special Investigations
Unit. This assignment included a three year assignment to the New Hampshire
Attorney General’s Drug Task Force as an Investigator as well as a
Team Leader. Frank recently returned from a year long tour of duty in
training the Iraqi Special Police, implementing a system of evidence
collection and preservation.
Honorary Member Committee
McKenzie Mattingly is a five
year veteran of the United States Marine corps from which he was
honorably discharged with the rank of Sergeant.
He has over seven years of law enforcement experience including
several years as a narcotics detective.
McKenzie has a vast amount of experience and training in
undercover operations, physical surveillance, use of informants, dynamic
entries, and high-risk warrant service.
While working in narcotics McKenzie became highly specialized in
“cold turkey” or impromptu, street-level narcotics buys where he
posed as the undercover officer.