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This is a 40-hour course designed for patrol officers, investigators and crime prevention personnel wanting to develop an expertise in the area of rural crime. The student will be provided with skills necessary for effective rural crime prevention, reporting, interdiction and investigation.
There will be instruction on basic livestock theft investigation, breed and brand recognition, individual case studies, rural criminal law, trespass law, the bureau of livestock ID’S role and responsibilities, livestock road enforcement, agricultural commodity theft, investigation and inspection, heavy equipment theft, agroterrorism, agricultural fraud, equipment OAN and PIN number identification, metal theft and agricultural chemical theft.
There will be field exercises and role-playing that is related to the lectures. Related law enforcement professionals are invited to attend.