T.N.T. Agents Complete Supervisor Training

Sabine Parish Sheriff Aaron Mitchell announces Sabine Parish Sheriff Tactical Narcotic Team Agents Lt Jesse Branam, Sgt Josiah Steinke, and Sgt Nick Sandel received 40 hours of training in Supervising Counterdrug Operations – Advanced last month in Bossier City.
The training was hosted by the U.S. Attorney’s Office Western District of Louisiana and the Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office. The training was also provided at no cost through the Florida National Guard Counterdrug Training Program and St Petersburg College.
The course emphasized the fundamental policy, leadership skills, and legal principles necessary to acquire proficiency in directing the efforts of a proactive drug enforcement team.
Sheriff Mitchell said his Tactical Narcotics Team has worked tirelessly over the last two and a half years to combat the illegal drug problem in Sabine Parish. With dozens of arrests resulting in federal indictments and convictions, T.N.T. Agents have proven success in the fight against illegal narcotics.
Sheriff Mitchell and the Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Office will continue to aggressively investigate illegal drug dealers in Sabine Parish and ensure Sabine Parish Sheriff Deputies are some of the most highly trained law enforcement officers in the State of Louisiana.

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