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    1. National Maritime Law Enforcement AcademyNMLEA Academy Overview and Maritime Critical Incident Response

    2. NMLEA is a non profit organization Promotes and produces training programs Designed to provide law enforcement officers and agents the training and experience necessary to conduct professional, safe, and effective operations afloat Through lecture, lab, and practical exercise, the students increase their level of awareness and confidence in handling the most difficult and challenging of situations NMLEA Highlights

    3. Training programs • Basic Navigation • Rules of the Road and Piloting • Chart Interpretation • Small Boat Operations • Small Boat Engineering • Officer Safety and Survival Afloat • Small Boat Tactics • Dignitary Protection Afloat

    4. Training Programs Continued • Maritime Critical Incident Response (MCIR) Exercising the National Incident Management System (NIMS) Table Top and FTX • K-9 Operations Afloat • Accident Investigation Afloat • Smuggling Operations Afloat • Marine Equipment Theft • Defensive Tactics Afloat • BWI Investigations

    5. Special Programs • Marine Division Assessment • Assist agencies in developing and maintaining their marine division and training programs • Assist in media liaison regarding Boating Safety, BWI, and other community awareness programs afloat • Scenario Based MLE Training as needed

    6. Academy Instructors - Former or retired Federal, State and Local law enforcement officers and agents - Former U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Navy and other military personnel with maritime security and intelligence experience. Instructors have been directly involved in maritime law enforcement to include drug interdiction and alien migration interdiction operations (AMIO) both in the US and abroad

    7. Student Assessment • All programs offer certificate of graduation upon successful completion • For certain States, courses may carry P.O.S.T. certification • All written examinations require a minimum score of 70% to pass • All practical and lab evaluations require a satisfactory rating for graduation • All test scores are maintained by the NMLEA and a copy of the transcript is forwarded to the agency's training officer for their records

    8. Experiential Training

    9. Maritime EnvironmentThe Challenge to Officer Safety

    10. Case Study 1 • Dirty Bomb Attack Y2002 • Location: Savannah and Jacksonville • Units Trained: Chatham County SWAT, Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office SWAT • Training Objective: Permissive, underway boarding and sweep of vessel • Scenario: Terrorist two-person support cell transporting ‘dirty bomb’ materials to hand over to action cells in Savannah and Jacksonville

    11. Case Study 2 • Cruise Ship Attack During Super-Bowl 2005 • Location: Jacksonville, FL • Units Trained: JSO SWAT • Training Objective: “High end” non-permissive underway boarding with threat personalities in control of the vessel • Scenario: Four-man terrorist cell hijacks commercial tug pushing barge carrying ammonium nitrate targeting cruise ships attending the Super bowl ______________________ Note: Exercise designed as part of JSO prep for 2005 SuperBowl

    12. Case Study 3 • Tag-Barge Hijacking, 2005 • Location: Baltimore • Units Trained: Maryland State Police SWAT, Baltimore Country SWAT, Baltimore City Police, Anne Arundel County SWAT • Training Objective: For MSP, refresher training in underway boarding; for county SWAT, initial orientation and familiarization with operations afloat. Training emphasis: approach to target vessel, boarding, tactical deployment, and vessel familiarization • Scenario: Tug hijacking

    13. Academy Philosophy • Train using the agencies’ and officers’ equipment • Train in the agencies’ area of jurisdiction • Optimize utilization of presently existing assets and resources • Safety First and Always !!! A Public-Private-Non Profit Partnership

    14. Academy Without Walls • NMLEA Consists of Mobile Training Teams • Non-Profit Corporation Privately Funded Exclusively for Law Enforcement • Directed by a Board of Advisors

    15. Instructor Qualifications • Present or Former Law Enforcement and Military Instructors with emphasis in LE and intelligence issues and maritime operations • Agency or Academy Recommendation • Complete an Academy Instructor Training Program or Indoctrination

    16. Maritime Critical Incident Response Training and Assessment • Promotes and facilitates interagency cooperation in U.S. ports • Allows participating agencies to test their ability to respond to a critical incident

    17. The Challenge In Course Design • Simple • Realistic • USCG Input • Asset Identification • Commercial Assistance and Input • Port Maritime Security Group

    18. Experiential Training

    19. Experiential Training • Realistic • Practical • Promotes Officer Safety and Survival • Exercises the Officer’s Judgment and ability to perform under pressure • Provides Agencies an honest performance evaluation of personnel and equipment Low Cost / High Yield

    20. Scenario-Based TrainingDiscussion Experiential Training Ups and Downs

    21. Standardized Operations • NMLEA believes in standardized training in the maritime and LE community • Promotes USCG and FLETC Marine Division Methodologies / Tactics • National Incident Management System (DHS)

    22. Use of Force • FLETC Use of Force Model • Agency Subject Restraint Policies Apply • USCG Subject Management Afloat

    23. Subject Management(Safety)

    24. MCIRT Objectives • Multi or Individual Agency Ops • Communications • C&C • Logistics • Asset ID • Agency Assessment • Equipment Assessment • MOU’s

    25. MCIRT • NMLEA Provides Independent Assessment • Participants Identify their own challenges and answer many of their own questions • ID Equipment Needs • ID Additional Training needs • Prepares Officers for General Law Enforcement Ops Afloat

    26. Hot Wash • Table Top / FTX Lessons Learned a. C&C b. Comms c. Logistics d. Equip Eval e. Special Requests of NMLEA f. MOU’s

    27. Instructor Trade Craft • Law Enforcement Sponsor • Seeking cooperation with local Maritime Based Corporations (Training Platforms) • FBI / USCG-COTP Participation when exercising NIMS • Media • USCG NTM (Required) • Advise Port Authority (Required) • Advise appropriate LE agencies

    28. Open Discussion Questions ?