Midwest Law Conference On Gangs & Drugs
A wide range of contemporary criminal justice issues will be addressed by some of the country's top presenters. 
MIDWEST LAW ENFORCEMENT CONFERENCE ON GANGS AND DRUGS

 

Since 1994 the Wichita Crime Commission, in partnership with the U.S. Drug  Enforcement Administration, U.S. Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Sedgwick County Sheriff, Wichita Police Department, U.S. Attorney and District    Attorney have produced the   most in-depth training program, of its kind, offered law enforcement officers in the entire Midwest.

 

 

Each year, for two and ½ days, more than 175 law enforcement officials from Kansas and surrounding states hear from some of the top criminal justice   instructors in the United States.  The conference is certified by the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center making it eligible for 20 hours of  continuing   education credit for  Kansas Law Enforcement Officers.  Through 2006 the  conference has trained almost 1800 law enforcement officers statewide in the areas of gangs and drugs.  


The 21st  annual conference is scheduled for  May 20-22, 2015 at the DoubleTree Inn by Hilton Airport Hotel (former the Hilton Wichita Airport Hotel).