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Advanced Criminal Patrol Tactics

 

Date:               April 9, 2013

Location:        St. Paul Police Department                          Maps and Hotels

Western District Community Room

                        389 North Hamline Avenue

                        Saint Paul, MN 55104

Time:               0800-1700

Instructor:     Chief Edward Delmore

POST:              7 Credits

Cost:               $ 129.00          

The Saint Paul Police Professional Development Institute (PDI) is co-sponsoring with Lifeline/Calibre Press Training the Advanced Criminal Patrol Tactics course.

Description:

ADVANCED CRIMINAL PATROL TACTICS

Instructed by Chief Edward Delmore, this fast paced eight-hour course is intended for patrol officers and supervisors who want to become more effective in detecting and arresting criminals operating motor vehicles. Including drug traffickers, fugitives, felons, and gang members; the training focuses on objective criteria for criminal interdiction and not on so-called “profiling” techniques. This program has been approved by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the United States Department of Justice.

The course includes but is not limited to the following topics:

  • Criminal Patrol Procedures
  • Officer Safety
  • Roadside Interviews
  • Detecting Deception
  • Consent Searches
  • Salvaging Turn-Downs
  • Arrest Tactics
  • Contact and Cover
  • Informant Development
  • Controlled Deliveries

Article Published in the FLETCnet News

The FLETC's Office of State and Local Training (OSL) provided training to 336 state, local, campus and tribal law enforcement officers February 15-17 in Gulf Shores, Alabama. This symposium had one of the largest number of attendees at any one FLETC training program.

The Gulf Shores (AL) Police Department and Orange Beach (AL) Police Department hosted the State and Local Law Enforcement Training Symposium (SLLETS), which included training workshops and officer safety general sessions. The attendees represented 15 states and 156 different agencies. Some of the topics included roadside interdiction, human trafficking, domestic violence, concealed weapons, use of force, terrorism activity, tactical fitness and leadership adaptive behavior.

"This was a very well delivered program and the staff did an outstanding job. All of the presenters were great and consummate professionals,” said a student at the SLLETS. “This is a great program that brings much needed training to the persons who need them most."

A testimonial to the relevancy of the training was sent to the FLETC from Slidell (La.) Police Department Officer Michael Giardina. According to Giardina, who attended the Roadside Interview and Interdiction class, he recovered "ten ecstasy pills and a 9mm handgun taken off a subject, stopped not thirty minutes into (his) first shift back on the road after (the) class."

"One of the first signs I noticed was that he slowed down when I conducted the traffic stop, but kept going for a little over a block. Later, I found out that the subject had the handgun on his lap when he was slowing and contemplating whether he should confront me with it, but decided to place it on the floor instead since his niece was in the vehicle."

OSL offers these highly requested, multiple-topic training symposiums several times each year at different locations across America. The next program is planned to be held in Traverse City, Michigan, August 9-11.

 Malcolm Adams

State and Local Programs Division

Office of State and Local Training

 

Lifetime/Calibre Press Instructors: http://www.lifelinetraining.com/about.html

 CHIEF ED DELMORE

Description: http://www.lifelinetraining.com/images/ed_pic.jpgChief Ed Delmore has been a police officer since 1982. He has served as a patrol officer, undercover narcotics investigator, patrol sergeant, watch commander, deputy chief, and chief of police. For several years he was the working commander of the most successful city criminal interdiction unit in the State of Illinois. He currently serves as the Chief of Police in Gulf Shores, Alabama. Gulf Shores is an island resort community in the Gulf of Mexico.

Ed earned an Associate of Applied Science Degree from Southwestern Illinois College, a Bachelor's Degree from Western Illinois University, and a Masters Degree from Webster University. He is a graduate of the Administrative Officer's Course at the University of Louisville's Southern Police Institute and also of the FBI National Academy (Session 205).

He has seized millions of dollars in illicit drugs and drug currency and has taught thousands of police officers throughout the United States about criminal interdiction. Chief Delmore’s course has been approved by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the United States Department of Justice.

Married to a crime fighter, his wife Ann has been a police officer since 1988.

To Register Go to: http://www.lifelinetraining.com/calendar_040913.html or call (630) 279-5673.  Contact SPPD-PDI directly by calling (651) 266-5652 or emailing:

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