Welcome to the Nevada High Intensity Drug Traffic Area (HIDTA) website. Here you will find important information about Nevada's HIDTA program including our Nevada Law Enforcement Training Program available to all of Nevada's law enforcement, links to many other agencies, and general information about Nevada HIDTA's programs.
Nevada HIDTA supports coordinated law enforcement strategies which maximize the use of available resources to reduce drug and gang related crime through enforcement, intelligence, prevention and training of officers and agents. The endurance of HIDTA due to innovation, neutrality, flexibility, and diversity in collaboration with our many community partners.
The Nevada Watch Center operation and intelligence deconfliction system is available 24/7 in partnership with the Rocky Mountain Information Network (RMIN), the Western Regional Information System (WSIN) and the Regional Information Sharing System (RISS) a nationwide intelligence system. This system is for law enforcement only. The statewide phone numbers is 1-888-294-2337, an email for questions is email@example.com. I strongly urge all law enforcement to use this system to ensure officer safety during plain clothes, covert operations and for case enhancing intelligence. Today's modern deconfliction systems have saved many lives across our nation.
Keith Carter, Nevada HIDTA Director
January 07, 2020 - Tuesday
You Can't stop What You Don't Know 2020
Las Vegas, NV - Las Vegas City Hall
Tuition FREE community members welcome to attend. Not restricted to Law Enforcement. Las Vegas City Hall 495 S Main St, LV NV 0900-1300 hours. Do you really recognize items of alcohol and/or drug abuse? Do you really know what you're looking at in your child's room? on a crime scene? This is critical information for every parent, law enforcement officer, educator, prevention provider , coalition member, probation officer, treatment provider, and counselor. This workshop will cover alcohol and drug clothing, alcoholic energy drinks, alcopops, alcohol and drug concealment methods and containers, drug paraphernalia, drug related music and groups, logos, stickers, new technology, youth party tendencies, party games, non-traditional alcoholic beverages, social networking sites, synthetic drugs, OTC drugs, inhalants, concentrates, E-cigarettes, and popular party drugs. This unique session provides over 120 visual aids for attendees to hold and become familiar with. See attached flyers for additional class details & parking instructions, as well as a map to the classroom location. You'll be amazed at the amount of knowledge you gain in just 4 short hours. Don't miss you chance to see this award winning instructor.
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Registration Closes: 1/6/2020
February 12-13, 2020; Wednesday - Thursday
Social Networking NCTC 2020
Las Vegas, NV - LVMPDThere is a strong emphasis on the technology
skills needed to conduct narcotics investigations. Those skills include
tracking online communication and using online social networking portals
(Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter, etc.) as investigative and analytical tools.
Beginner and experienced students will identify information available on
various sites and explore the currently overlooked and underused value of
integrating that information into criminal investigations and criminal
intelligence analysis. See Flyer for registration info.
March 02-06, 2020; Monday - Friday
Subconscious Communication for Interview & Interrogation 2020
Henderson, NV - CCSDPDAt the conclusion of this training our participants will:
? Identify and overcome the three barriers the subconscious mind uses to avoid cooperation or inhibit dialogue ? Understand the basics of gathering information and the rules for detecting deception in conversation ? Utilize a 10 step interview process and a 5 step scientific interrogation process to gather information ? Understand how to successfully use question types to meet the individual needs of the listener ? Recognize the key verbal phrases that indicate deception is present and have responses to counter them ? Learn how to match specific themes with the wants, needs, strengths and weaknesses of a suspect ? Discover how to successfully use body language for rapport building and deception detection ? Realize the importance of using their own communication skills to encourage cooperation from others ? Analyze statements more successfully and utilize affirmative tactics to solicit truthful responses ? Articulate more successfully their process to avoid court challenges and to establish reasonable suspicion ? Appreciate the need to conduct oneself ethically and professionally in gathering information from others.