Summary of U.S. Training in Mesa, AZ

April 19, 2018

The IACC recently conducted training under the U.S. Law Enforcement IP Training Program in Mesa, Arizona for Homeland Security Investigations, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the Phoenix Police Department and local law enforcement.

This training provided 75 law enforcement attendees the latest information on the product lines of 30 global brands. Rights-holders were on hand to explain the means of identifying counterfeit products through individualized instruction.

We would like to extend our appreciation to Mesa Police Officer Dwayne Young and his Department for the use of their training facility as well as Kris Buckner of Investigative Consultants and Jim Orr for their valuable assistance.

This event is part of the IACC’s commitment to educating authorities throughout the country with valuable insights drawn from our member brands. This year, we anticipate training local, state and federal law enforcement professionals throughout the United States, enabling them to act strategically in the detection, seizure and forfeiture of counterfeit goods.

As a reminder, the IACC will conduct training in Seattle, Washington on Tuesday, May 15 prior to our Annual Spring Conference.

Two additional training events have been added to our schedule in the Greater Chicago area:

June 13- training for CBP Officers, Import Specialists and FP&P personnel near Chicago's O'Hare Airport*.

June 14- training for ICE Agents and local law enforcement in Oak Brook, IL*.

*Limited space-reserve now.

Training is provided for free as a benefit of membership to IACC brands. For more details and logistical information, click HERE.

Additional information on our program is available, HERE

For further information, contact Angelo Mazza or Michael Walsh




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