Basic Narcotic Investigations Class

October 25-29, 2021

Central Piedmont Community College
Merancas Campus Room C-119
Huntersville, North Carolina

This Monday through Friday, 50-hour course designed for the newly assigned or soon to be assigned narcotics investigators or officers that are interested in a career path in narcotics investigations.  This course will cover the basic techniques of narcotics investigation used on a daily basis.  The course will cover in detail, NC drug law, surveillance, operational planning, case planning, undercover work, informant management and selection, search warrant preparation and more.

The course will be instructed by current narcotics agents and supervisors from state and local agencies. The course is taught in real time practical exercise each day.

Participants should be prepared for extremely long days and nights.

Participants will be required to conduct an investigation from the beginning to the final presentation. Activities include surveillance, controlled or UC purchases, Informant management and procurement, search warrant preparation, and final arrest planning and presentation for prosecution.

RECOMMENDED EQUIPMENT:
Participants should bring technical equipment that is currently being used by their Agency; including but not limited to surveillance equipment, trackers, cameras, wires, or other equipment. Unmarked cars are recommended but not a requirement.

THIS IS A HANDS ON COURSE MAKING REAL TIME DECISIONS

ALL STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE A CPCC LAW ENFORCEMENT REGISTRATION FORM PRIOR TO THE FIRST DAY OF ANY CLASS OFFERED. All Students MUST sign the form to be registered.

Send the completed form to Customer service at 
CCECustomerServiceAllStaff@cpcc.edu
 or send a fax to 704-330-4222

Forms may be downloaded from:  http://www.cpcc.edu/public_safety/law-
enforcement/in-service-training/law-enforcement-in-service-training