Alcohol, narcotics enforcement training to be held on Fort Hays State University campus

More than 40 police officers from across Kansas will meet at Fort Hays State University campus for a day of training beginning at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14, in the conference room of the Tiger Den in Custer Hall.

This training session is sponsored by the Kansas Association of Chiefs of Police (KACP) and the FHSU Police Department.

Topics will include Liquor Enforcement and Updates and Fake IDs, presented by Agent Michael Eells and Agent Scott Bisk of the Kansas Alcoholic Beverage Control Division of the Kansas Department of Revenue. The Ellis County Drug Enforcement Unit will also share presentations about basic narcotic investigations, drug recognition and trends, and the K-9 Deployment Unit.

Lunch will be provided for officers along with presentations by Mike Baker, president of the KACP, and Doyle King, executive director of the KACP.

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