Advanced Undercover Techniques and Survival for Women
April 15 Ė 19, 2013 Irving, TX
credit available to qualified students.
Five Day Training
A five day (36 hours) training program
designed for women law enforcement officers who intend to or routinely participate in covert
Officers who participate in covert
operations are not born with the talents needed to perform effectively
and safely in undercover situations. These talents are developed from
experience, hard work and training. When working undercover, female
police officers face situations and problems unique to their gender.
This program will provide the students with the techniques and survival
tactics necessary to compliment their present undercover experience.
Many times this can make the difference between success or failure and
safety or injury.
Managers who supervise female undercover
officers need to be aware of the significant differences these officers
face while working undercover. These differences can have significant
psychological and physical dangers attached.
This training is ONLY open to women law
enforcement officers, prosecutors and intelligence analysts.
Attendance is limited.
This class is limited to 60
students, so register early to insure your attendance.
Planning Undercover Operations
Street Level Narcotics Purchases
Undercover Risk Analysis
Female Undercover Officer Survival Techniques
Undercover Background, Role and Identity
Special Undercover Techniques
Force on Force Techniques
Audio/Video Electronic Surveillance Equipment & Techniques
Dealing With A Hostile Work Environment
Legal and Testifying in Court
Psychological Affects of Undercover Operations
- 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 where he was responsible for the
Undercover and Field Operations Training Programs. He is the author of
The Art of Undercover: Techniques and Survival, a complete "how
to" work undercover textbook. Charlie currently presents undercover,
electronic surveillance and high risk entry tactics training programs
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.
Laura is also an Honorary Member of International Association of
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 23
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
KAREN HUGHES - Lieutenant,
Vice, Large Metro Police Department in Nevada. Karen has been in law
enforcement over 24 years and the last 16 years as a supervisor.
Karen oversees a number of enforcement teams that proactively work
covert vice operations that target prostitution in resort hotels, escort
services, massage parlors, adult cabarets, in/out calls, illegal
brothels, as well as street prostitution. She oversees two
investigative teams assigned to Federal Task Forces that work
exclusively with human trafficking through the commercial sex trade and
domestic minor sex trafficking. Karen has been teaching basic and
in-service training classes to cops and front line supervisors for over
20 years in a variety of topics. Karen understand the conduct
issues associated with covert police work and supervised the
Internal Affairs unit for nearly three years.
Instructors To Be Announced
Registration, Hotel & Training Site Information
The training will be held at The North Texas HIDTA
Training Room, 8404 Esters Blvd., Suite 100, Irving, TX 75063. The
registration fee for the five-day training program is $495.00 per person
if paid prior to April 19, 2013. If your department has to be invoiced
after the start of the course, the tuition cost is $550.00. We accept
cash, check or Visa/MasterCard/Amex. Group discounts are available.
Tuition cost includes the cost of the instruction, handout materials,
copy of The Art of Undercover: Techniques and Survival, and certificate
of completion. Registration fee also includes one-year complimentary
membership in The International Association of Undercover Officers.
All checks or purchase orders must be made payable to The International
Association of Undercover Officers (IAUO), and mailed to IAUO, 142 Banks
Drive, Brunswick, GA 31523. For information call Charlie at 800-876-5943
Classes will be held daily from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM, except Friday when
class will conclude at 11:30AM.
For lodging, go to the North Texas HIDTA website (www.northtexashidta.org)
and at the top of their Home Page is a link to nearby hotels. You should
make your lodging arrangements as early as possible.
For further information, call
Charlie Fuller at 800-876-5943.
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