Heroin on Steroids: Impact of Fentanyl, W-18 and U-47700 | Northcentral Technical College

Heroin on Steroids: Impact of Fentanyl, W-18 and U-47700

Monday, October 2, 2017 8:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m. NTC Wausau Main Campus, Room E101
This one day course was designed to educate about the exploding trend of synthetic opioids. In many jurisdictions around the country already affected by illicit Fentanyl, W-18/carfentanil, and U-47700 this course has become mandatory. If your agency has not encountered these substances yet, you will!
 
The course covers what these dangerous substances are, what they look like, where they come from and how to protect yourself from potentially deadly contact. The instructor will provide information on how to initiate and safely investigate cases involving these substances that are up to 1000 times more potent than other narcotics on the street.

 
This one-day course includes:
 
  • A description of pharmaceutical and Illicit Fentanyl and its analogs.
  • Concerns, issues and safety precautions for law enforcement, investigators and EMT’s.
  • Identifying and protocol for labs/pill press operations.
  • Using informants and/or undercover officers during the investigation.
  • Known sources and distribution methods.
Who should attend?
First responders, school administrators, detectives, narcotic agents, investigators, probation/parole agents and correction officers

 
Instructor Bio:

SCOTT S. BYINGTON

Detective Scott S. Byington received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Business Logistics from Weber State University in Ogden, Utah  in 1998. Scott was hired by Layton City Police Department and graduated from Utah P.O.S.T. Police Academy in 1999. Scott began his career as a patrol officer until 2001 when he was assigned to the traffic division. Scott is a trained accident reconstruction investigator and Emergency Vehicle Operation instructor, he is currently the lead instructor for Layton PD.  Scott was transferred to the detective division in 2003 where he earned the Distinguished Service Award and a Unit Citation Award.  After serving the Layton City Detective Division for 7 years, Scott was assigned to the Davis Metro Narcotics Strike Force as their first pharmaceutical drug investigator. Scott has been recognized with several Citations of Honor from the Utah Narcotic Officer’s Association and Distinguished Service Awards from the Layton City Police Department.  He has dismantled multiple drug trafficking organizations including a white supremacy pharmaceutical DTO responsible for forging prescriptions and distributing well over 15,000 pills in a three month span.  Scott also identified and dismantled an Oxycodone drug trafficking organization operating in multiple states.  In 2012, Scott was selected by Rocky Mountain HIDTA (High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area) as the Drug Enforcement Officer of the Year.

In 2013 Scott organized and was appointed President of the Utah chapter of the National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators (NADDI), he is the Sergeant at Arms for the Utah Narcotics Officer Association, and is a member of the Fraternal Order of Police. Scott has provided pharmaceutical investigation training for the Utah Narcotics Officer Association, Utah Pharmaceutical Drug Crime Project, National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators, United States Air Force and Army, National District Attorney’s Association, Association of Public Safety Communications Officials and continuously lectures at regional schools, hospitals, and clinics.

Pricing

$69

CEU Information

8 CEU are available for law enforcement and those in helping professions

Location Information

NTC Wausau Main Campus, Room E101 1000 W Campus Drive, Wausau, WI 54401