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Learn about current drug trends and the technologies experts are leveraging to detect and identify them in the field.

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Join the live event: March 30 at 1 p.m. EDT / 12 p.m. CDT
The illegal drug market has evolved greatly over the last decade. With the development of newer field technologies, it has become easier for officers to detect and identify drugs in the field. But with all of these changes comes challenges in education, training, and standard operating procedures to keep pace with an evolving drug landscape. Learn from law enforcement experts how they have found success using different technologies to further their investigations in the field.
Join us for a roundtable discussion on current drug trends and the technologies experts are leveraging to detect and identify them in the field.
By attending this webinar, you will learn:
MEET THE SPEAKERS
Patrick Glynn, Detective Lieutenant, Drug Control Unit, Quincy Police Department
Lieutenant Detective Patrick Glynn, a 36-year veteran of the Quincy, Massachusetts Police Department, is Commander of The Special Investigations and Narcotics Units, and is the director of the South Shore Drug Task Force.
He is also a senior staff instructor for The Municipal Police Training Committee, presenter for numerous community groups and a current adjunct faculty member for Eastern Nazarene College.
 
Scott J. Pelletier, Commander, Maine Drug Enforcement Agency
Scott J. Pelletier is Commander of the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency, a position he has held for the past seven years.
Scott began his law enforcement career in 1987 with the Portland Police Department, serving in many roles and assignments. For nearly half of his career, Scott was assigned to the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency as a special agent identifying Drug Trafficking Organizations and investigating the illegal trafficking of drugs. He has testified as an expert witness in drug trafficking cases in state and federal courts.
Scott served as a Military Police Officer in the United States Army and was honorably discharged in 1986.
Jordan Harrison, Narcotics Detective, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (retired)
Det. Jordan Harrison (retired) was a member of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) for 22 years. Detective Harrison has been directly involved with over 1,200 narcotic investigations, in over 300 of which he acted as a case agent or case manager. During his assignment in narcotics, he has served as task force officer with the FBI, DEA Mobile Enforcement Team (MET) and HIDTA/DEA Special Investigations Unit, and the HIDTA Southern Nevada Interdiction Task Force.
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