2021 National Narcotics Investigators Summit & NPLEx Conference

  • 2021 National Narcotics Investigators Summit & NPLEx Conference
    May 4, 2021
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • 2021 National Narcotics Investigators Summit & NPLEx Conference
    May 5, 2021
    8:30 am - 5:00 pm

The conference is sold out, there are no more seats available!

May 4-5, 2021
TradeWinds Island Resorts on St. Pete Beach
National Narcotics Investigators Summit & NPLEx Conference
*Law Enforcement attendees only are permitted to register

Vendors interested in exhibiting contact Charlie at ccichon@naddi.org

Proposed Agenda Presentations

Overview of NPLEx for Law Enforcement
Parcel Interdiction
Fentanyl, A National Crisis Update – Where We Are Today
NPLEx Case Study – How to use NPLEx in Meth Investigations
Mexican Cartels and Violence
1 October Mass Casualty Shooting – Route 91 Harvest Music Festival

Tradewinds Island Resorts
5500 Gulf Boulevard
St. Pete Beach, FL 33706

Daily parking for attendees “not staying overnight” is $10.00 

The hotel can no longer book rooms at our rate at the Island Grande,  however,  they will continue to take reservations at the Rum Fish.

The safety and wellbeing of our attendees and colleagues is always a top priority. The Tradewinds Island Resorts and NADDI will follow all state and CDC guidelines during the conference.

Monday May 3, 2021
Early Registration 3pm – 5pm Grand Palm Colonnade
Masks are required in the Grand Palm Colonnade

Welcome Reception!
5:30pm – 7:30pm Cypress Villa

Tuesday – May 4, 2021
Tarpon/Sawyer/Long Ballroom

8:00 am Registration – Grand Palm Colonnade
Coffee Service/Danish and Muffins inside the conference room

Morning General Session

Opening Ceremony
Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office Honor Guard
James Schwartz, NADDI National President
Ocean City Police Department (MD)
Krista McCormick, Manager, Appriss NPLEx States

Overview of NPLEx for Law Enforcement
Krista McCormick, Manager, Appriss NPLEx States
In-depth overview of the NPLEx tool & updated features

NPLEx Law Enforcement Case Study
Cody Cook, Sergeant, Illinois State Police
Cody will present an NPLEx case study and discuss how he uses NPLEx in his meth investigations.

National Data Exchange (N-DEx) System
SIA Brennan Long
FBI Cleveland – Intelligence Program Coordinator

John Bush, FBI/CJIS/DSSU

The N-DEx system provides criminal justice agencies with an online tool for sharing, searching, linking, and analyzing information across jurisdictional boundaries. A national repository of criminal justice records submitted by agencies from around the nation, N-DEx enables users to “connect the dots” between data on people, places, and things that may seem unrelated in order to link investigations and investigators.

Lunch on your own

Afternoon General Session

Mexican Cartels and Violence
Clarence Davis, Albuerquerque PD/Middle Rio Grande Valley DTF (retired)

This 4- hour instruction will provide critical information regarding major cartels operating from the Republic of Mexico and who pose a significant threat to the United States. We will discuss violence, corruption, methods of operation, and provide the investigator with useful tips to identify and disrupt cartel activities.

Dinner on your own

Hospitality Reception 5;30pm – 7:30pm Cypress Villa

Wednesday – May 5, 2021
Tarpon/Sawyer/Long Ballroom

8:00 am Coffee Service/Danish and Muffins inside the conference room

Parcel Interdiction
Kevin McKinney, Detective, Louisville Metro PD (KY)
Det. McKinney will discuss basic parcel interdiction information and techniques.

1 October Mass Casualty Shooting – Route 91 Harvest Music Festival
Las Vegas Metro Police Department (NV)
The presentation will detail the events leading up to the worst mass shooting incident in United States, including the investigation, case management, challenges, the use of ICS, and the aftermath of the case.  The tactics, intelligence, and attempting to develop a psychological profile of the shooter will be discussed from an investigators standpoint.  Finally, a lessons learned portion will be included as to the takeaways and changes in Las Vegas as a result of the incident. 
 
Lunch on your own

1 October Mass Casualty Shooting – Route 91 Harvest Music Festival (Continued)
Las Vegas Metro Police Department (NV)
The presentation will detail the events leading up to the worst mass shooting incident in United States, including the investigation, case management, challenges, the use of ICS, and the aftermath of the case.  The tactics, intelligence, and attempting to develop a psychological profile of the shooter will be discussed from an investigators standpoint.  Finally, a lessons learned portion will be included as to the takeaways and changes in Las Vegas as a result of the incident. 

Fentanyl, A National Crisis Update – Where We Are Today
Dan will discuss the fentanyl analogs and synthetic substance trends drastically impacting communities and law enforcement throughout the U.S.

Dan Zsido, NADDI National Training & Education Director
Pinnellas County Sheriff’s Office (FL) – retired

Don’t Forget!

Make sure you make your room reservations before the cut-off date to obtain NADDI pricing.

Refund Policy

All registrations are subject to NADDI’s Registration Deadline and Refund Policy.

Venue:  

Venue Phone: (727) 367-6461

Venue Website:

Address:
5500 Gulf Blvd, St Pete Beach, Florida, 33706, United States

Description:

On the Gulf of Mexico beachfront, this 20-acre resort hotel is 3 miles from the Gulf Beaches Historical Museum and Treasure Island.

Rooms with dark wood furnishings and classic British West Indies decor feature flat-screen TVs, minifridges, microwaves, coffeemakers and free Wi-Fi. Suites have separate bedrooms and kitchenettes.

A nightly resort fee includes unlimited rides on the water slide; use of the paddleboats, tennis court and fitness center; parking; and beach cabanas. A spa, 7 heated pools, water activities and 11 eateries, from fine dining to beach bars, are also available on-site. The property hosts weddings and events.

National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators Federal Tax ID: 52-1660752 / DUNS Number: 073539913

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