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Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement to Co-Host 2016 NLLEA Training Symposium in Dover

Alcohol Tobacco Enforcement | Department of Safety and Homeland Security | Date Posted: Friday, April 15, 2016



DATE LogoThe 2016 National Liquor Law Enforcement Association (NLLEA) Training Symposium, co-hosted by the Delaware Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement (DATE), will be held from April 18 – 22 in Dover, Delaware. Registration is open to all Delaware and out of state law enforcement agencies.

This annual, week-long symposium provides core courses focused on the fundamental foundation areas of alcohol law enforcement and sessions that explore the changing challenges and demands faced by law enforcement agencies. The symposium courses improve the specialized knowledge and professional skills of law enforcement officers, whether new to the field or seasoned professionals. Some of the topic highlights include: Warrantless Administrative Search Authority, The 3-Tier System and Illegal Trade Practices, Underage Drinking Enforcement, Illegal Gambling, Special Events Enforcement, Fraudulent Documents, Social Networking/Cyber-Space Investigations, Undercover Operations & Techniques and more.

The symposium will be held at the Dover Downs Hotel. The hotel is centrally-located in the heart of the Mid-Atlantic region, with a variety of restaurants and activities on site. The symposium fee is $400 per member and $500 per non-member attendee, which includes all training materials and lunch.

For more information about the upcoming 2016 NLLEA Training Symposium and to complete your registration, please visit http://www.nllea.org/trainingsymposium.html. To make room reservations or for any questions about the NLLEA Symposium please contact NLLEA Training Coordinator, Lara Morford, by email at lara.morford@nllea.org or by calling 301-755-2795.

The National Liquor Law Enforcement Association is a non-profit association of law enforcement personnel dedicated to the enforcement of liquor laws and regulations. The NLLEA has a membership structure that is open to all levels of persons involved in enforcing liquor laws in the United States and Canada.

The Delaware Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement is tasked with protecting the health, safety and welfare of people in Delaware through the enforcement of state liquor and youth access to tobacco laws, while maintaining the highest state of preparedness for responding to threats against homeland security. ATE Agents are certified police officers in the State of Delaware with statewide jurisdiction and arrest powers. ATE Agents have full authority to enforce all of the laws of the state, including liquor, drug, criminal, and traffic statutes.NLLEA Logo

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(302) 741-2719
john.yeomans@delaware.gov

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Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement to Co-Host 2016 NLLEA Training Symposium in Dover

Alcohol Tobacco Enforcement | Department of Safety and Homeland Security | Date Posted: Friday, April 15, 2016



DATE LogoThe 2016 National Liquor Law Enforcement Association (NLLEA) Training Symposium, co-hosted by the Delaware Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement (DATE), will be held from April 18 – 22 in Dover, Delaware. Registration is open to all Delaware and out of state law enforcement agencies.

This annual, week-long symposium provides core courses focused on the fundamental foundation areas of alcohol law enforcement and sessions that explore the changing challenges and demands faced by law enforcement agencies. The symposium courses improve the specialized knowledge and professional skills of law enforcement officers, whether new to the field or seasoned professionals. Some of the topic highlights include: Warrantless Administrative Search Authority, The 3-Tier System and Illegal Trade Practices, Underage Drinking Enforcement, Illegal Gambling, Special Events Enforcement, Fraudulent Documents, Social Networking/Cyber-Space Investigations, Undercover Operations & Techniques and more.

The symposium will be held at the Dover Downs Hotel. The hotel is centrally-located in the heart of the Mid-Atlantic region, with a variety of restaurants and activities on site. The symposium fee is $400 per member and $500 per non-member attendee, which includes all training materials and lunch.

For more information about the upcoming 2016 NLLEA Training Symposium and to complete your registration, please visit http://www.nllea.org/trainingsymposium.html. To make room reservations or for any questions about the NLLEA Symposium please contact NLLEA Training Coordinator, Lara Morford, by email at lara.morford@nllea.org or by calling 301-755-2795.

The National Liquor Law Enforcement Association is a non-profit association of law enforcement personnel dedicated to the enforcement of liquor laws and regulations. The NLLEA has a membership structure that is open to all levels of persons involved in enforcing liquor laws in the United States and Canada.

The Delaware Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement is tasked with protecting the health, safety and welfare of people in Delaware through the enforcement of state liquor and youth access to tobacco laws, while maintaining the highest state of preparedness for responding to threats against homeland security. ATE Agents are certified police officers in the State of Delaware with statewide jurisdiction and arrest powers. ATE Agents have full authority to enforce all of the laws of the state, including liquor, drug, criminal, and traffic statutes.NLLEA Logo

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Media Contact:
John Yeomans, Director
(302) 741-2719
john.yeomans@delaware.gov

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