Washington State Narcotics Investigators Association (WSNIA) Training Summit and Vendor Show, April 23–26, 2018
WSNIA is pleased to announce our key note speaker, Timothy Kennedy, an active Green Beret, former MMA fighter, law enforcement Trainer and founder of Sheepdog Response, will talk about “The Purpose of Pain.”
Tim will lead a discussion on how to become faster, stronger, and ultimately, harder to kill. He’ll explore how training, sleep, work, recovery, and sex can all complement each other and help individuals achieve peak performance in their field. He’ll discuss how individuals can fully utilize the cornerstones within their own lives that can make them the best version of themselves, the fundamentals of a warrior. For career military and police officers, there always comes a moment when they have to make a life or death decision – whether it’s their own life or of someone else. That moment will be a culmination of millions of small decisions that lead to an individual’s success or failure in that split second. Tim is driven to ensure that the men and women making these decisions have the tools needed for a successful outcome.
Narcos – Chasing Pablo, DEA SAC Javier Peña and Steve Murphy
WSNIA is proud to offer a special presentation by Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent in Charge (Ret.) Javier Peña and Steve Murphy.
SAC’s Peña and Murphy led the largest, most complex international and high-profile investigation of its time against Pablo Escobar, the worlds first narco-terrorist. This was the first time an international cartel was completely dismantled. Their story formed part of the backbone for the Netflix series Narcos.
2018 SUMMIT TRAINING CLASSES INCLUDE:
- Albuquerque PD, UC Blue on Blue Shooting Case Study and Lessons Learned; Det. Herman Martinez and Sgt. Luke Languit, APD Drug Unit.
- Crypto Currency Ground Level Use Detection and Analytics, Bill Sparks
- Finding Dark Web and Crypto Currency In Your Investigations; Sgt. 1st Class Clayton Byford, Wash. DC
- Investigating and Prosecuting Human Trafficking; Bradley Schoenleben, Orange County District Attorney’s Office
- Advanced Integration of Technology, Phones, Trackers, Social Media, Into Investigations: NW HIDTA Senior Analyst, Dustin Baunsgard
- CI Management, Operational Planning and Risk management. Bob Bushman, Institute for Intergovernmental Research (IIR) Center for Task Force Training (BJA)
- Internet Profiling and Intelligence Gathering: Michele Stuart, JAG Investigations Inc.
- Fentanyl: Facts and Fiction for Handling and Processing; Joe Bozenko, DEA Senior Research Chemist, Corporal Brad McIntosh, RCMP
- Prosecuting Violent Crimes Associated with Drug Trafficking – What Have the Feds Done for Me Lately? AUSA’s Stephanie VanMarter and Caitlin Baunsgard, US Attorney’s Office, Eastern District of Washington
- Defensive Tactics for UC’s inside a car; CJTC Officer Gary Drake
- Under Cover Rescue Planning and Combat First Aid. Jen Foreman, Tactical Paramedic, Sgt. Chris Foreman, Chelan County Sheriffs Office, Pete Sicilia, Seattle PD (8 hours)
- Innovative Financial Investigations / Case Study; WSGC Agent Mike Boone
- Understanding the Millennial and Generation Z Impact for Supervisors; Scott Sadler, Creative Conflict Solutions
All classes will be held onsite
– TEXAS HOLD’EM TOURNAMENT / FUND RAISER ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT
– MASSIVE VENDOR SHOW WITH RAFFLES , DRAWINGS, INCLUDING MULTIPLE FIREARMS
– EACH ATTENDEE WILL RECEIVE A WSNIA 64OZ STAINLESS STEEL WATER FLASK
– ALL NEW PORTLAND STYLE FOOD TRUCKS
– RASPORT APPAREL AND PARAPHERNALIA
- Attendees must be commissioned law enforcement officers, military, analysts, support staff or prosecutors. Attendees are required to present official identification at registration.
- Cost: The training summit fee is $325. No meals are provided.
- Location: Heathman Lodge, 7801 NE Greenwood Drive, Vancouver, WA.
- Date/Time: April 23th through 26h, 2018 – The General Session begins at 1pm. Registration opens at 10am.
- Huge Vendor Show: We anticipate having 30+ vendors this year. The show will run from Monday morning at 10am until that night at 8pm. Many prizes including firearms will be raffled throughout. Portland style food trucks will be available along with free beer provided by the Heathman Lodge.
- The conference app will launch early this spring allowing attendees to research each class and instructor.
- Please register early to ensure you will be attending the 2018 WSNIA Training Summit and Vendor Show!
THE WASHINGTON STATE NARCOTICS INVESTIGATORS ASSOCIATION GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
- Provide relative, excellent, and affordable training to officers across Washington, making them more effective in their work
- Promote the use of innovative techniques, best practices, strategic planning and intelligence driven investigations
- Promote officer safety in everything we do
- Educate the public on the devastating impact of illicit substances on our communities and why enforcement is a critical component
- Educating our representatives on the issues critical to our members at the local, state and federal level
- Collaborate with our partners involved in treatment and prevention
- Expand our focus to related issues such as human trafficking, violent gangs and property crimes.
- Promote communication and collaboration between officers throughout the northwest
THE TRUTH ABOUT ILLICIT DRUGS
- Reducing the supply of illegal Opioids in Washington State
- Northwest HIDTA’s Washington State Marijuana Impact Report, Volume 2
- Drugs were present in 43 percent of drivers who were involved in fatal crashes in 2015
- Study finds increase in illicit pot use, abuse in states that allow medical marijuana
- National Academies of Sciences Releases Report on Science Surrounding Marijuana Use; Finds Multiple Harms
- King County heroin treatment admissions surpassed alcohol for first time in 2015
- The Guardian: Cannabis: scientists call for action amid mental health concerns April 15, 2016
- Marijuana legalization has consequences, new Washington-focused study finds
- The Legalization of Marijuana in Colorado The Impact
- Heroin: Black tar opioid overshadowing marijuana as greatest drug threat
- Former Heads of DEA in Support of the Battle against Legalizing Marijuana
- ISIS, Boko Haram, and the Growing Role of Human Trafficking in 21st Century Terrorism