Announcements

 

FREE Drug Interdiction Assistance Program (DIAP) Training Aug 22nd – 24th

Three excellent DIAP Certified Instructors will be presenting at the Ohio State Highway Patrol Academy in Columbus, OH:  Richard Jankovsky (Texas DPS), Chris Goodman (Arkansas SP / 2015 Bob Thomasson Interdiction Officer of the Year), Shannon Chelf (DIAP Course Manager / 2003 Bob Thomasson Interdiction Officer of the Year)

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CS BULLETIN 160505 | 300M+ EMAIL ACCOUNTS COMPROMISED:

Hackers are constantly gaining access to millions of email and password combinations at a time, from popular email services run by Google and Yahoo. Often the leaks come from third-party sites where you use your email account to sign in.  The first week of May 2016 brought news of 40 million new emails being leaked and circulated as part of a collection of nearly 300 million total emails. Haveibeenpwned.com is a site that collects all the leaks and provides an easy way to find out if your information has been leaked. Changing passwords regularly is a good practice for security.

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SELECTIVE TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES are provided to support HIDTA initiatives and law enforcement agencies within the HIDTA.  These training classes contribute directly toward accomplishing the mission of countering drug trafficking operations. Timely, relevant training, enhances the knowledge, skills and performance of all participating Ohio HIDTA LE and support personnel.  The 2016 Training Schedule and Registration Forms are now available for download.  Please note the document is encrypted and password protected.  To obtain the password contact the ISC Training Coordinator or IT Director.

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In 2014 Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office launched an initiativein aimed at raising awareness about the heroin epidemic in Cuyahoga County, coordinating with television stations in Cleveland and elsewhere with the tagline “Let’s Face It”.  In addition, a special Web site, LETSFACEHEROIN.COM, launched with information on the epidemic, personal stories from and tips for those touched by heroin.  This site includes links to community resources.

 

 

Ohio HIDTA in partnership with Rocky Mountain HIDTA is pleased to announce that the Online Drug Unit Commanders Orientation Training is now available. The program has been beta tested, and the final version is ready for dissemination.  To access the training, a hyperlink is posted on the Rocky Mountain HIDTA website that directs your drug unit commanders to an application page for the training.

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