Advanced Undercover Techniques & Survival

This course consists of four and one-half days of classroom instruction (36 hours), led by instructors who have many years of teaching undercover as well as actually performing in undercover operations. It begins with the basics of understanding and how to work undercover, then moves into the more advanced undercover techniques. In addition to undercover techniques, the course focuses on tactical skills that can be used to protect the undercover officer and teaches them how to have a strong tactical and “survival mindset.”

Another focus of the training is to explain and demonstrate to the students the vast integrity, morality, and psychological differences between working as a patrol officer and being an undercover operative. The transition from patrol officer to undercover may appear to be simple, but in reality, it can be very difficult for some law enforcement officers. The course concludes with a dramatic explanation of the psychological dangers of working undercover and some warning signs which typically indicate an undercover officer is at high risk of compromising their professionalism as a law enforcement officer.

This course is a must have, not only for new undercover officers, but also experienced undercover officers. The new undercovers will have a clear idea of what “undercover” is really all about, and it will provide the experienced undercovers with many new techniques and reinforce many of the techniques they are presently utilizing.


Narcotics, Vice, and Street Crimes Supervisors

The Narcotics, Vice, and Street Crimes Supervisors training is a four and one-half day course presented by experienced instructors with many years of actively working undercover, but more importantly, supervising undercover units. Due to the very nature of the work, it can be especially difficult to properly supervise such a unit. Without some undercover experience, it is especially important for a supervisor to gain some supervisory training.

There are huge differences between supervising a patrol officer and an undercover officer. Patrol units usually work under a strict chain of command and have extensive training and uniform guidelines under which they work. Due to the more or less vague nature of undercover, it is difficult with only a few strict guidelines. This can lead to numerous integrity and psychological issues not normally associated with patrol officers.

This course is designed for supervisors, or soon to be supervisors, of Narcotics, Vice, Human Trafficking, Gangs, auto Theft, etc., units. It will provide students with techniques, policies, practices, and methods they can use to make their units more efficient, effective, and most importantly, safer, while conducting undercover operations.

The instructors bring together a wealth of knowledge and experience. They have designed a course that goes to the very heart of teaching supervisors how to better utilize and manage their personnel.

Irving, TX | October 21 - 25, 2019


25th Annual Covert Ops Training Conference

This is our 25th year bringing you speakers from all over the world who present topics related to undercover operations.  The program is designed to provide the attendees with information, case studies and in some cases the “war stories” from an undercover investigation.

This program changes annually and is designed for officers, supervisors, analysts working in or just interested in undercover operations.  All of our speakers are highly experienced in the field of undercover investigations and are always interesting and engaging presenters.


Tactical Training for Narcotics/Vice Units

The Tactical Training for Narcotics/Vice Units is a four-day (32 hours) training program focusing on the tactical enforcement side of undercover operations. This entry-level class is designed for narcotics officers, patrol officers and other law enforcement personnel who participate or assist in high-risk related operations. During this program, students will plan and execute a series of tactical operations to include: “buy bust” operations, “reverse” operations, undercover rescue and vehicle takedowns/assaults. The class will conclude in the planning and execution of a “multi-kilo drug bust” in which the students will be graded. This training will be especially useful to officers who routinely support their undercover officers in responding to help the undercover or to simply arrest the suspect. The training will also cover the various aspects of “take downs” utilized in Vice and Human Trafficking Operations. Students who are attending the class are asked to bring both there “tactical gear” and “undercover” clothing.

To learn more, please click the "Register Online" button below.

No Weapons or Live Ammo Permitted in the Class or Practical Exercises.

Attendance is limited. Register early to insure your attendance.

Instructors:
Guy Daniels
Charlie Fuller

Topics:
Officer Safety - Risk Management - Vehicle Assaults and Takedowns - Dynamic and Subtle Entries - Covert Operations - Common Sense/Policy - Issues - Informant Issues - Tactical Planning - Looking for the Red Flags - Narcotics Arrests Prescription Drug Arrests - Human Trafficking Arrests - Firearms Discipline - Operational Security - Operational Plans - Risk vs. Reward - Psyche of Survival Public Safety Considerations - Undercover “Buy/Bust” Techniques - Tactical Equipment - Medical Equipment - Undercover Officer Rescue

To Be Announced.
If you are interested in hosting this training program at your agency, please contact us

No travel money? Interested in hosting this training? Contact us at: Charlie@Undercover.org


Undercover Techniques for Women

The Undercover Techniques & Survival for Women is a four-day classroom course designed for female law enforcement officers only. When women work undercover they face many problems and issues unique to their gender. May female patrol officers, with no undercover training, are suddenly pulled from patrol to work a Vice, Human Trafficking, Narcotics, etc., undercover assignment. This is a very dangerous and unfair position for that officer. There are huge mental and physical differences between working patrol and working undercover. It is not only dangerous, but also creates serious liability issues as it relates to failure to train.

This program will provide female officers with the knowledge, techniques and survival tactics necessary to be an effective and safe undercover officer.

To Be Announced.
If you are interested in hosting this training program at your agency, please contact us


Vice and Human Trafficking Investigations: Saving High Risk Victims

A five-day (36 hours) training program designed for law enforcement officers who are beginning to work vice/human trafficking investigations or have worked vice for some time. The basic portion of the course will be essential for newer Vice officers and definitely provide veterans with a solid reminder of important principles of working vice and human trafficking investigations. The course will move into advanced techniques and audio/video surveillance techniques that are rapidly changing with the introduction of new technology. The tactical portion of the classroom instruction will definitely impact all officers and assist them in keeping themselves safe while conducting vice operations.

To Be Announced.
If you are interested in hosting this training program at your agency, please contact us

Advanced Undercover Techniques & Survival

This course consists of four and one-half days of classroom instruction (36 hours), led by instructors who have many years of teaching undercover as well as actually performing in undercover operations. It begins with the basics of understanding and how to work undercover, then moves into the more advanced undercover techniques. In addition to undercover techniques, the course focuses on tactical skills that can be used to protect the undercover officer and teaches them how to have a strong tactical and “survival mindset.”

Another focus of the training is to explain and demonstrate to the students the vast integrity, morality, and psychological differences between working as a patrol officer and being an undercover operative. The transition from patrol officer to undercover may appear to be simple, but in reality, it can be very difficult for some law enforcement officers. The course concludes with a dramatic explanation of the psychological dangers of working undercover and some warning signs which typically indicate an undercover officer is at high risk of compromising their professionalism as a law enforcement officer.

This course is a must have, not only for new undercover officers, but also experienced undercover officers. The new undercovers will have a clear idea of what “undercover” is really all about, and it will provide the experienced undercovers with many new techniques and reinforce many of the techniques they are presently utilizing.


Narcotics, Vice, and Street Crimes Supervisors

The Narcotics, Vice, and Street Crimes Supervisors training is a four and one-half day course presented by experienced instructors with many years of actively working undercover, but more importantly, supervising undercover units. Due to the very nature of the work, it can be especially difficult to properly supervise such a unit. Without some undercover experience, it is especially important for a supervisor to gain some supervisory training.

There are huge differences between supervising a patrol officer and an undercover officer. Patrol units usually work under a strict chain of command and have extensive training and uniform guidelines under which they work. Due to the more or less vague nature of undercover, it is difficult with only a few strict guidelines. This can lead to numerous integrity and psychological issues not normally associated with patrol officers.

This course is designed for supervisors, or soon to be supervisors, of Narcotics, Vice, Human Trafficking, Gangs, auto Theft, etc., units. It will provide students with techniques, policies, practices, and methods they can use to make their units more efficient, effective, and most importantly, safer, while conducting undercover operations.

The instructors bring together a wealth of knowledge and experience. They have designed a course that goes to the very heart of teaching supervisors how to better utilize and manage their personnel.

Irving, TX | October 21 - 25, 2019


25th Annual Covert Ops Training Conference

This is our 25th year bringing you speakers from all over the world who present topics related to undercover operations.  The program is designed to provide the attendees with information, case studies and in some cases the “war stories” from an undercover investigation.

This program changes annually and is designed for officers, supervisors, analysts working in or just interested in undercover operations.  All of our speakers are highly experienced in the field of undercover investigations and are always interesting and engaging presenters.


Tactical Training for Narcotics/Vice Units

The Tactical Training for Narcotics/Vice Units is a four-day (32 hours) training program focusing on the tactical enforcement side of undercover operations. This entry-level class is designed for narcotics officers, patrol officers and other law enforcement personnel who participate or assist in high-risk related operations. During this program, students will plan and execute a series of tactical operations to include: “buy bust” operations, “reverse” operations, undercover rescue and vehicle takedowns/assaults. The class will conclude in the planning and execution of a “multi-kilo drug bust” in which the students will be graded. This training will be especially useful to officers who routinely support their undercover officers in responding to help the undercover or to simply arrest the suspect. The training will also cover the various aspects of “take downs” utilized in Vice and Human Trafficking Operations. Students who are attending the class are asked to bring both there “tactical gear” and “undercover” clothing.

To learn more, please click the "Register Online" button below.

No Weapons or Live Ammo Permitted in the Class or Practical Exercises.

Attendance is limited. Register early to insure your attendance.

Instructors:
Guy Daniels
Charlie Fuller

Topics:
Officer Safety - Risk Management - Vehicle Assaults and Takedowns - Dynamic and Subtle Entries - Covert Operations - Common Sense/Policy - Issues - Informant Issues - Tactical Planning - Looking for the Red Flags - Narcotics Arrests Prescription Drug Arrests - Human Trafficking Arrests - Firearms Discipline - Operational Security - Operational Plans - Risk vs. Reward - Psyche of Survival Public Safety Considerations - Undercover “Buy/Bust” Techniques - Tactical Equipment - Medical Equipment - Undercover Officer Rescue

To Be Announced.
If you are interested in hosting this training program at your agency, please contact us

No travel money? Interested in hosting this training? Contact us at: Charlie@Undercover.org


Undercover Techniques for Women

The Undercover Techniques & Survival for Women is a four-day classroom course designed for female law enforcement officers only. When women work undercover they face many problems and issues unique to their gender. May female patrol officers, with no undercover training, are suddenly pulled from patrol to work a Vice, Human Trafficking, Narcotics, etc., undercover assignment. This is a very dangerous and unfair position for that officer. There are huge mental and physical differences between working patrol and working undercover. It is not only dangerous, but also creates serious liability issues as it relates to failure to train.

This program will provide female officers with the knowledge, techniques and survival tactics necessary to be an effective and safe undercover officer.

To Be Announced.
If you are interested in hosting this training program at your agency, please contact us


Vice and Human Trafficking Investigations: Saving High Risk Victims

A five-day (36 hours) training program designed for law enforcement officers who are beginning to work vice/human trafficking investigations or have worked vice for some time. The basic portion of the course will be essential for newer Vice officers and definitely provide veterans with a solid reminder of important principles of working vice and human trafficking investigations. The course will move into advanced techniques and audio/video surveillance techniques that are rapidly changing with the introduction of new technology. The tactical portion of the classroom instruction will definitely impact all officers and assist them in keeping themselves safe while conducting vice operations.

To Be Announced.
If you are interested in hosting this training program at your agency, please contact us


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