Sep 05, 2019
IACLEA Director of Government and External Relations Altmann R. Pannell and Program Associate O’Neil Singleton represented the Association at the 3rd Annual ATF Open House at ATF Headquarters in Washington, DC, on August 29. Representatives from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) showcased a variety resources including the National Tracing Center, the National Integrated Ballistic Information Network, and other capabilities that are used and offered to domestic and international law enforcement agencies to address violent crimes.
ATF trainings on arson, explosives and firearms, continuing education for law enforcement and other topics are available for those interested in the duties of ATF, current law enforcement officers and investigators, and program administrators.
Various sections within the Bureau provides a comprehensive array of training events, nationally and year-round, conducted by ATF staff and/or partners and other providers. For more information, please click here.
“IACLEA’s continued partnership with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives will remain valuable in allowing for our members to access continuing education on rising threats and concerns that can affect our campus communities,” said Pannell.
Additionally, ATF personnel conducted live demonstrations that included K9 Explosive Search and Detection, Fire Research Lab Arson Simulations, and Special Response Team Tactical Exercises for the more than 100 guests.