FBI Pittsburgh
Supervisory Special Agent Gregory A. Heeb
(412) 432-4281
May 6, 2014

Pittsburgh FBI Huntington Violent Crimes Task Force and Ohio Highway Patrol to Provide Criminal Patrol Interdiction Training

Special Agent in Charge Scott S. Smith of the FBI’s Pittsburgh Division announced that the FBI’s Huntington Violent Crimes Task Force is partnering with the Ohio Highway Patrol to provide a training course on criminal patrol and drug interdiction techniques for federal, state, and local law enforcement officers from over 30 agencies serving West Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky.

The Huntington Violent Crimes Task Force is composed of representatives from the FBI, West Virginia State Police, Huntington Police Department, Cabell County Sheriff’s Office, Cabell County Prosecutor’s Office, Barboursville Police Department, United States Attorney’s Office, and the West Virginia National Guard Counter Narcotics Unit.

The course will be held at the Saint Mary’s Training Center in Huntington, West Virginia, on Wednesday, May 7, 2014. Over 100 law enforcement officers serving West Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky will be in attendance.

FBI Huntington Violent Crimes Task Force is committed to working together with its federal, state, and local law enforcement partners to combat the transfer of illegal drugs across state lines on America’s Interstates and highways.