Operation RUSH: Is a two-day course which breaks down traffic stops into segments consisting of initial violation, location of stop and stopping sequence, exterior and interior indicators, legal options, roadside interviews, arrest and documentation. There is also hands-on vehicle searches in which vehicles are setup with the most up-to-date indicators and finds. K9 officers are encouraged to attend with their partners.

Every traffic stop is a story waiting to be told. From drug arrests to warrants to robbery suspects to serial killers all these suspects have been arrested during traffic stops.  Criminals are most vulnerable while in transit, going from point A to point B. How will you write the pages of your story? 

This class is designed to help you look beyond the traffic stop and recognize indicators of criminal activity such as paraphernalia associated with each type of drug.  For example, the meaning of a bent paperclip or a twist tie and its relation to opiate use, in addition to understanding clothing like SRH, No Bad Idea, and many more.

 

Basic K9: This one day course is for officers who are wishing to become K9 handlers and provides information on choosing a K9, development of a program, equipment needed, K9 usages tracking, building searches, drug work. Aggressive vs. Passive K9s, bite vs. non-bite dogs. Learning K9 behaviors. 

 

Drug ID for Corrections Officers: This two-day course is designed for corrections officers, prison guards, and medical staff within the facilities and will provide information on understanding addiction, current drug trends, clandestine paraphernalia, concealment methods, clothing, and symbols of the drug world. Over 100 display items are set up for officers to decipher what type or types of drugs are being abused.  

The second day of the course is specifically geared towards recognizing drug use within the human body, overdose signs and symptoms, possible medical conditions which can mimic drug use, and understanding the half lives of substances The course will give a broad overview of the body by breaking it down into the 11 major systmes and how they are affected by the use of substances. Whether it is a Huber inmate returning from work, a booking or sentenced inmates drug use is prevalant. The key to officer and inmate safety is understanding drug use.    

A Habit to Die For: This course is for parents, teachers, medical professional and community  members and will provide the following: Society's influence on drug use, current drug trends, designer drugs and what they are, paraphernalia associated with drug use, the signs and symptoms of drug use, understanding addiction and the limitations of rehab. Mock rooms and vehicles available.