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Confidential Informants: Effective, Ethical and Safe Informant Management
 
 
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For Law Enforcement Only

 

Host Agency: NESPIN
Location of Training:

124 Grove Street  Suite #105

Franklin, MA 02038

Dates:  December 15-16, 2016
Registration/Check-in:

Thursday, December 15, 2016

7:30AM - 8:00AM

Class Hours: 8:00AM - 4:00PM
Recommended Hotel: TBA
Directions: Please use www.mapquest.com

 

Confidential Informants are necessary investigative tools used by law enforcement but can be a ticking time bomb for inexperienced, overzealous, lazy or untrained officers. The truth is, law enforcement officers who maintain efficient control of their informants, set stringent guidelines, and utilize proven ‘handler rules, seldom have any problems controlling their informants. This training course will instruct new and experienced officers in the efficient, ethical, safe and legal protocols for developing, managing, and deploying confidential informants.

Officers will be taught to identify and avoid potential ‘problem’ informants and integrity issues. Developing and utilizing a variety of informants, such as informants working off a new arrest, a sentence reduction, jail and prison inmates, probationers, parolees, paid informants, other officer’s informants, and other categories will be covered in this class. Briefing, training, debriefing and interviewing informants will be instructed. The registration process, cooperation letters, informant contracts, payment paperwork, informant testimony, corroboration, and other topics will be discussed. Officer safety, informant safety and informant integrity will be emphasized in this dynamic training class which includes practical scenarios designed to alert student officers to the pitfalls present during dealings with informants.

Class Outline

  1. The difference between informants, confidential informants and sources of information
  2. Understanding the value of using confidential informants
  3. The many ways confidential informants are utilized in investigations
  4. Identifying Potential informants
  5. Cultivating informants
  6. Effectively Vetting and Evaluating Potential Informants
  7. Ethics, Informants and Law Enforcement Officers
  8. The Rachel Hoffman Incident and others
  9. Deploying informants during narcotics and other investigations
10. Tactical operation plans for informant-involved operations
11. Protect the integrity of tactical operations and investigations involving informants
12. Managing confidential informants
13. Avoiding Pitfalls with Informants
14. Training Informants
15. Funding, buy money and paying informants
16. Controlled buys
17. Undercover officer introductions by the informant
18. Insulating the informant
19. Corroborating informant information and activities

INSTRUCTOR: Detective First Grade Wilford Pinkney, NYPD, Jr. is a retired narcotics investigator with extensive narcotics investigation and undercover experience. He is a nationally sought after Heroin Investigation instructor and has provided heroin-related training across the US. Wilford Pinkney spent over 20 years as a member of the New York City Police Department. He recently served as Chairperson of the School of Criminal Justice at Monroe College where he was responsible for the management, development, planning, and implementation of the academic curriculum for a program consisting of approximately 2000 students and over 100 faculty members. During his career, he was the undercover and lead investigator in over 100 wiretap investigations involving multiple agencies and jurisdictions. He has testified in federal and state courts from Puerto Rico to New York. The investigations involved subjects engaged in trafficking narcotics from Columbia, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and numerous states in the U.S.

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Instruction for Law Enforcement Officers Tuition $ 225 US SRR Traffic
 
     
 
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