Las Cruces Police Department is hosting a Rolling Surveillance law enforcement training April 30 – May 4, 2018. Rolling Surveillance is the top in mobile surveillance courses in the country. Tim Lewis, the instructor, originated taking rolling surveillance training for law enforcement into the field, with real life scenarios in uncontrolled environments.
Be sure to register online to reserve your spot in the class before it’s full. Early bird payment must be received prior to April 15th, 2018. We hope to see you there!
“Great class – thank you! I learned a lot this week and now I know what I need to do to be better. Most of the agents in our department attended your class and enjoyed it.”
~ Sgt. M. Begay, Gallup P.D., NM
“Enjoyed the training. I had fun and gained a lot of experience.”
~ Agt. C. Morgan, Gallup P.D., NM
“These techniques you have taught have improved our team’s surveillance success by 100%. Thanks for everything.”
~ Det. G. Stone – Albuquerque P.D., NM
“Has to be one of the best courses I have taken in 14 years. Thanks.”
~ Det. J. Jacobson – Albuquerque P.D.
“Instructors are awesome. Best class Ive been to in many years.”
~ Det. R. Perea – Albuquerque P.D. (NW IMPACT)
Thank you Fontana, California PD for hosting us to train Law Enforcement from around the country in:.
Identifying Chop Shops
Surveillance Techiniques (to gain more training, please see Rolling Surveillance and Rolling Surveillance II)
Organized Criminal Groups
Working Together as a Team/Task Force in the Field
Many Other Techniques
Please join us for other great training. Our goal is to give you the tools you need to get the criminals off the streets. We go out in the field, because all the training means nothing if you don’t implement it in the real world.
In our law enforcement training classes we teach that suspects often exhibit behavior consistent with counter-surveillance techniques or technical surveillance countermeasures, such as using debuggers to sweep for trackers or electronic eavesdropping devices. This being only one of many counter-surveillance techniques, but one we must prepare for during surveillance.
Our 2018 Class Schedule is not only up, but online registrations for most courses are now open. If the class you are seeking is not open for online registrations, please call or email us to reserve your place, as seating is limited in all courses. We already have a few classes filling up, so don’t miss reserving your space.
For 2018 we have training in Hawaii, Southern California, Central California, Northern California, Oregon, Colorado, New Mexico, Maryland (Washington DC region).
Classes per a year are less than years previous to 2014, as our founder/instructor – Tim Lewis – has limited availability to teach. He had planned retirement a couple of years ago, but the law enforcement community requested that Tim continue bringing his expertise to the classroom and his hands-on, in the field training approach. As previous students know, one cannot beat Tim’s enthusiasm, passion, knowledge, and hands-on training style in these courses.
Our hands-on (both classroom and field training) courses for the upcoming year include:
Rolling Surveillance, which is also known as physical or mobile surveillance.
Rolling Surveillance II, our advanced foot surveillance.
Chop Shop – Auto Theft Investigations and Criminal Sophistication, gaining knowledge and experience needed to bust auto theft rings.
Undercover Field Operations, a course to help you create your undercover police profile, plan operations, work informants, etc.
LCI Services is pleased to announce our first training for 2018. We will start up again in Southern California with our one-of-a-kind hands-on training for Chop Shops – Auto Theft Investigations and Criminal Sophistication – VIN Switching and ID with field exercises.
Our placements are limited and some courses are already filling up for 2018. Now is the time to register via our online form and payment method to reserve your space. Auto theft is skyrocketing and we have the training to help you catch those behind it. A powerful course for both auto theft task forces and officers seeking to recognize and process chop shops.
Fontana Police Department will be hosting our training January 23-26, 2018. We hope to see you there.
A huge thank you to Orange County Sheriff’s Department for hosting us once again for another amazing Rolling Surveillance Training in September 2017. We are grateful to all the law enforcement who participated and made it an interesting time hitting the streets of Orange and Riverside Counties and hopefully took away a lot of great insights and techniques.
We are accepting registrations and reserving spaces for our training courses for 2018. Be sure to check it out, share it with your training coordinator or task force and nail down your placement, as we keep our class sizes limited to provide the best quality instruction.
If you are interested in our Auto Theft – Chop Shop Investigators course, Undercover Police Field Operations Training, Rolling Surveillance, or Advanced Rolling Surveillance, we have upcoming classes in:
California (Northern, Southern, and Central Valley locations)
RS II increases foot follows/switches across airports, on light rail, bus depots, etc. You will pursue a realistic terrorist scenario and learn even more mobile surveillance techniques. You will implement creative coverage during hands-on training.
Did you think Rolling Surveillance was intense? This is RS taken up a few notches!
We will be in:
Garden Grove, CA during the week of Sept 25-29, 2017
and then in
Albuquerque, NM the week of Oct 23-27, 2017.
Call or email today!!!
If you are interested in scheduling our training at your agency, now is the time to call or write to us. We have a hosting/contracting class page which gives more information. By booking a course at your agency, you save your department travel costs, per diem, and even some tuition (depending on course and size you receive 1-2 free placements). You do not pay extra for our travel/lodging either, as it is all included in the registration costs per attendee. It’s a win/win!
We limit the size of each class to ensure excellent hands-on instruction per a student.
and possibly an IOCCRA Conference (Investigation on Organized Crime and Criminal Activities) as we did annually in the past, if you have a facility large enough in a major city.
We have enjoyed traveling through the country and meeting so many amazing training coordinators and dedicated law enforcement officers through the last 14 years. We are looking forward to another exciting year of instruction in 2018. You can join our mailing list to be updated on upcoming courses.