Money Laundering

November 6-8, 2013
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Money Laundering

November 6-8, 2013

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Course Description:

NY/NJ HIDTA and the NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services Office of Public Safety, and the Erie Community College Law Enforcement Training Academy would like to present a Money Laundering training course.

Classroom presentation will provide students with the principles and techniques available in conducting money laundering investigations.  A practical, interactive exercise is scattered throughout the course.  The interactive exercise involves specific case scenarios that would allow the students to apply the techniques for financial interviewing, identifying sources of financial information, utilizing indirect methods of proving profitability in illegal enterprises, utilizing financial undercover operations, financial search warrants and conducting money laundering investigations.

Course Objectives:

  • Recognize elements of the various financial crimes that stem from the laundering and accumulation of profits from the illegal narcotics industry
  • Utilize techniques that can be employed parallel to a normal drug investigation and used to supplement any ongoing criminal investigation/prosecution to solve open cases and identify future investigations.
  • Determine if money laundering and currency violations can assist them in expanding their prosecution base through adding additional targets and whether asset forfeiture provisions of these statutes are appropriate

Course Length:

3 days, 20 hours


ECC Training Academy, 6205 Main Street, B714, Williamsville, NY 14221

Who may attend?

  • Law Enforcement / Code Enforcement Personnel
  • Law Enforcement Support Personnel

A full course description and a full schedule of courses can be located at the NCTC website  The Northeast Counterdrug Training Center will be handling the registration for all of these courses.  Please use this link to register:  (first time users will need to create an account) or call 1-877-806-6293 to register.

Officers will recieve DCJS training record credit for attendance at these NCTC courses.  Class certificates will also be provided by NCTC.  If you have any questions concerning the training, please contact Senior Training Technician, Scott Neff by email at or by telephone at 518-485-7542.

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