In celebration of the Morris County Sheriff’s Office; Gang Intelligence Unit’s 20th Anniversary, Sheriff James M. Gannon is proud to announce its annual “New Jersey Gang Awareness & Identification Training” that will be hosted at the College of Saint Elizabeth. This FREE 2-day training is open to LAW ENFORCEMENT ONLY and will be co-sponsored by College of Saint Elizabeth’s Criminal Justice-Police Studies Institute, the Middle Atlantic-Great Lakes Organized Crime Law Enforcement Network (MAGLOCLEN) and the East Coast Gang Investigators Association (ECGIA). This year’s training event will bring new speakers and topics that will focus on the latest recognition, identification and current trends of prominent criminal organizations that have infiltrated the northeast.
The “New Jersey Gang Awareness & Identification” training will be held on May 26 & 27, 2020 at the College of Saint Elizabeth, Dolan Performance Hall (Annunciation Center) located at 2 Convent Road, Morristown, New Jersey 07960. This specialized training event is highly recommended for sworn federal, state, local law enforcement & correctional officers, tribal police, Title III and/or sworn school resource officers, juvenile detective, special agents, parole, probation, intelligence analysts and prosecutors currently employed by a law enforcement agency or department.
Contact Edwin Santana for registration info.