What Can the NHAC Do for You?
Because we have several new people (welcome!) who have recently joined the HIDTA family, we thought we’d take this opportunity to introduce ourselves. We also want to remind those of you who know us, that the National HIDTA Assistance Center (NHAC) is here for you! Here’s a little background about us and an overview of our services: The NHAC has its own budget and supports the HIDTA program nationwide. Like regional HIDTAs, the NHAC has its own director, but is governed by the HIDTA Directors Committee (HDC) which serves as executive board.
Our four units are here to serve the 32 HIDTAs across the country and include Management & Coordination, Finance, Training and Media. Click this link to watch a brief presentation and learn how the NHAC can “assist” you.
Law Enforcement on the Stand Course
With 30+ years of courtroom and law school teaching expertise in her quiver, Professor Caren Cambre JD has created a course specifically designed to teach law enforcement officers how to become credible and effective witnesses. As a career homicide prosecutor in New York and Louisiana, she worked extensively with law enforcement conducting investigations and presenting their testimony throughout the litigation. (More)
National Emerging Threats Initiative (NETI)
The National Emerging Threats Initiative (NETI) is a poly-drug national trends, intelligence and best practices sharing initiative designated to coordinate HIDTA emerging drug threat strategies in affected HIDTA areas and the United States. The initiative focuses on systemic approaches to addressing the illegal drug supply including the diverted use of legal drugs along with the collateral issues of each. (More)
Uniform Guidance Navigation and Impact on HIDTA Grant
This August (19-20) NHAC hosted Uniform Guidance Navigation training for ONDCP and HIDTA personnel from around the country. (More)
HIDTA Survey System - Comments/Feeback
The National HIDTA Assistance Center’s Daniel Liang has been providing onsite HIDTA Survey System training throughout the HIDTA community. “Everyone I’ve trained seems happy with the Survey System’s capabilities,” said Liang. (More)