Charlie Fuller’s Outstanding Five-Day Training Program Presented by The International Association of Undercover Officers and Hosted by The Colorado Fraternal Order of Police will be held in Westminster, CO - August 20 - 24, 2018.
This outstanding training event will be held in the Colorado FOP State Lodge’s Training Room located at 8400 Alcott Street in Westminster, CO. Seating space is limited. Register early to insure your attendance.
Click here to register: "CLASS REGISTRATION FORM"
- Covert Operations - Common Sense/Policy Issues - Lust for the Bust
- How to Make the Transition from Patrol to Covert Ops
- Informants - How to develop and control CI’s
- Unique Approaches to The Violator
- Undercover Background, Role and Identity
- Props - When and How to Use Them
- Special Undercover Techniques - Learning to Act/The Art of Undercover
- Ethics in Undercover Operations - Honesty/Testimony
- Undercover Officer Survival Techniques - Assessing Risks/Planning High Risk Events
- Audio/Video Electronic Surveillance Equipment & Techniques
- Planning Undercover Operations
- The Psychology of Winning
- Psychological Effects of Undercover Operations Getting Out of Role
- Force on Force Techniques - Reactive vs Pro-active
- Legal and Testifying in Court - Getting Ready for Court - Overcoming Defense Attorneys
- Undercover Checklist and Risk Analysis
- Post Incident Procedures
A five-day (36 hours) training program designed for law enforcement officers who are beginning to work undercover or have worked undercover for some time. The basic portion of the course will be essential for newer undercover officers and definitely provide veterans with a solid reminder of important principles of working undercover. The course will move into advanced undercover techniques and audio/video surveillance techniques that are rapidly changing with the introduction of new technology. The “survival” portion of the classroom instruction will definitely impact all undercover officers and assist them in keeping themselves safe while working in undercover operations.
Officers who participate in covert operations are not born with the talents needed to perform effectively and safely in undercover situations. These talents are developed from experience, hard work and training. This program will provide officers with the techniques and survival tactics necessary to develop or compliment their present undercover experience. Many times, this can make the difference between success or failure and safety or injury and assist them in staying safe while working undercover operations.
Training Site, Registration Fees:
The training will be held at The Colorado Fraternal Order of Police State Lodge, 8400 Alcott Street, Westminster, CO 80031.
The registration fee for the five-day training program is $475.00 per person. We accept cash, check or Visa/MasterCard/Amex. Group discounts are available. Tuition cost includes the cost of the instruction, handout materials, copy of "The Art of undercover: Techniques and Survival", and your certificate of completion.
Registration fee also includes one-year complimentary membership in "The International Association of Undercover Officers". Click this link for registration form: CLASS REGISTRATION FORM
All checks or purchase orders must be made payable to The International Association of Undercover Officers (IAUO), and mailed to:
142 Banks Drive,
Brunswick, GA 31523-6205. For information call Charlie at 912-242-6000 or e-mail Charlie@Undercover.org.
CHARLIE FULLER – Retired Special Agent, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms. Charlie has 27 years of law enforcement experience with expertise in undercover, electronic surveillance and training. He was a Program Manager at the ATF National Academy for six years. He was responsible for the Undercover and Field Operations Training Programs. He is the author of The Art of Undercover: Techniques and Survival, a complete “how to” work undercover textbook.
Charlie currently presents undercover and survival techniques and tactical training programs nationwide and has trained over 19,000 undercover officers. He is also the Founder and Executive Director of the International Association of Undercover Officers.
ROBERT ALMONTE - Retired Deputy Chief, El Paso Police Department, and was the Commander of the Narcotics Section. Robert has 25 years’ experience with the El Paso Police Department and recently was the U. S. Marshal for the Western District of Texas. He was the 1999–2000 and 2002-2003 President of the Texas Narcotics Officers Association. Robert received national recognition as the 1999 “Outstanding HIDTA Task Force Commander” by The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy.
REGISTER EARLY AS SEATING SPACE IS LIMITED