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21st Annual National Native American Law Enforcement Association Training Conference

The National Native American Law Enforcement Association (NNALEA) will be holding its 21st Annual Training Conference September 17-19 at Bally's Las Vegas.

Click here to register for the training.

Click here to view NNALEA's home page.

Attendess will have the option to attend classes in one of seven tracks or attend classes in multiple tracks. The tracks are listed below.

Track 1 - Emergency Services & Management and Homeland Security

Track 2 - Natural Resources & the Environment; Corrections Programs; and Tribal Courts

Track 3 - Community Policing Partnerships, Plans, and Strategies for Success

Track 4: Drug Law Enforcement Training Program (DLETP)

Track 5: Leadership Through Understanding Human Behavior (LTUHB)

Track 6: Tactical Medical Training Program (TacMed)

Track 7: Basic Intelligence and Threat Analysis Course (BITAC) 

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