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Annual Training Session

November 1-3, 2021

Registration Fees:

$300 – Members

$350 – Non-Members

Registration Deadline: Friday,

October 22, 2021

Fees include:

One-Year Membership in the Association

All Networking/Social Events

All Training Sessions and Materials

Dinner on Tuesday,

November 2, 2021


The Camden on the Lake

Lake Ozark, Missouri

(573) 365-5620

(888) 365-5620

Promo Code: MCPA1021

Room Rate: $115 per night, plus applicable taxes (King)

$139 per night, plus applicable taxes (One Bedroom Suite)

$149 per night, plus applicable taxes (Double Room Suite)

Lodging expenses and reservations are participant’s responsibility



Sunday, October 31, 2021

6:00 PM Meet & Greet in the Hospitality Area

Monday, November 1, 2021

7:45 AM Registration

8:00 AM Excited Delirium & Human Trafficking

12 Noon Lunch (on your own)

1:00 PM Human Sex Trafficking in Hotels &


5:00 PM Dinner (on your own)

Tuesday, November 2, 2021

8:00 AM Medical Marijuana & Impaired Driving

12 Noon Annual Business Meeting

1:00 PM Missouri’s Opioid Crisis

6:00 PM Dinner with Open Bar (included in registration fees)

Wednesday, November 3, 2021

8:00 AM Identity Theft, Cyber Security & You

12 Noon Dismissal

Some Presentation Times May Change Depending On Speakers’ Schedules This training is formatted and certified for 20 hours of Continuing Education Hours by the Missouri POST Commission. Officers are reminded they must have

their POST license number to receive POST credit. Reminders:

Room Reservation Deadline: Friday, October 1, 2021

Participants must contact the hotel directly to make reservations:

(573) 365-5620 or (888) 365-5620

Promo Code: MCPA1021

Conference Registration Deadline: Friday, 10/22/2021


Training Session Overview

Excited Delirium/Human Trafficking: Michael & Angeleic Huth, Kansas City (MO) Police Department (4 hours): Excited Delirium is characterized by agitation, aggression,

acute distress, and potentially sudden death. This informational session will review common signs and actions of excited delirium cases along with best practices for law enforcement to respond. The imperative role of caregiver is included. Human Trafficking - One of the best ways to get involved in the fight against human trafficking is to

understand the facts and share the information with others. The human trafficking marketplace is hidden in plain sight and this session will review common indicators among victims. As law enforcement we can help our community stand against these atrocities.

Michael Huth is the owner/operator of Paladin Tactics and Consulting, specializing in use of force expert witness testimony. He previously served 23 years with the Kansas City, MO Police Department; 1 of those as a detention facility officer, 22 as a police officer, and 13 of those assigned as the chief Physical Training/Defensive Tactics Instructor at the Regional Police Academy. He was named the Director's Award recipient by his academy graduating class. Prior to joining KCPD he worked as an armed Security Officer in Lake of the Ozarks, a Firefighter, and an EMT. His background includes jiu-jitsu, close quarters, and police tactics. He is a Glock Armorer, Cooper Institute Law Enforcement Fitness Specialist, CrossFit Level 1 Certificate holder, Taser Instructor, FLETC certified Driving Instructor, and certified yoga instructor. He serves as Vice-President of the National Law Enforcement Training Center, a not-for-profit dedicated to reasonable use of force training for police, corrections, security, and military personnel. He also served as the law

enforcement liaison for Relentless Pursuit Outreach and Recovery, a not-for-profit dedicated to fight human trafficking and help heal its victims.

Angeleic Huth is the lead Physical Training/Defensive Tactics Instructor at the Regional Police Academy at the Kansas City, MO Police Department. She began with the

Department in 2002 as an Auxiliary Service Officer (volunteer) and in 2004 started the Police Academy as a police recruit, earning the class Director's Award upon graduation. She is a Cooper Institute LE Fitness Specialist, CrossFit Level 1 Certificate holder, Taser Instructor, National Trainer for NLETC, and Crisis Intervention Team officer. In her spare time, she writes police articles, has published a cookbook, serves as secretary for

Relentless Pursuit Outreach and Recovery, a not-for-profit, has performed the National Anthem for events such as T-Bones baseball, KC arena football, and police Memorial Services. She trains personal defense to civilians alongside her husband and tries to keep up with their 4 kids.

Human Sex Trafficking and the Hotel/Motel Industry: Sergeant Brad Dumit, Kansas City (MO) Police Department (4 hours): Sergeant Dumit will present a

4-hour block on the Human Sex Trafficking Industry and their connections to the Hotel/Motel Industry. He will touch on how law enforcement and the hotel/motel businesses can work together to combat this ever-growing activity.

Missouri’s Opioid Crisis (4 hours): Our Speaker will provide an insightful look into


Medical Marijuana and Impaired Driving: Corporal Ryan Hutton, Missouri State Highway

Patrol (4 hours): The citizens of Missouri voted to pass Amendment 2, legalizing cannabis

for medicinal use. The rules regulating medicinal marijuana use in Missouri can be difficult to understand, for both the citizen and law enforcement. It is important the law enforcement officer understand these rules, so they can appropriately enforce the law and protect the rights of citizens who are adhering to the rules. This presentation is designed to help officers understand what the rules a say and what they may encounter daily. This presentation covers the following topics:

Types of cannabis plants. • How to grow cannabis plants.

• What are concentrates and how are they made? • How are various forms of cannabis used?

• Cannabis impairment and driving.

• How Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol is metabolized in the body and what chemical tests results mean.

Missouri Medical Marijuana and what law enforcement needs to know.

Trooper Ryan Hutton is currently assigned to the Missouri State Highway Patrol's training division, as a full-time instructor. He is a DRE instructor and is responsible for the

Highway Patrols impaired driving programs and is the assistant director of the Highway Patrol's DRE program. He has given presentations on drug impairment for the Missouri Office of Prosecution Services, Colorado District Attorneys Council the New Hampshire Office of Highway Safety and at the National Life Savers Conference. He is the lead Medical Marijuana instructor for the Highway Patrol, Missouri Office of Prosecution Services and Missouri Southern State University. He was awarded Officer of the Year in 2013 by Mothers Against Drunk Driving and Trooper of the Year in 2017, by the Law Enforcement Traffic Safety Advisory Council.

Identity Theft, Cyber Security and You! (4 hours): Representatives from the Better





Training Session

November 1-3, 2021

Camden on the Lake Resort

Lake Ozark, Missouri


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Registration Fees: $300 – Members

$350 – Non-Members

Remit Registration and Fees by Friday, October 22, 2021, to:

Missouri Crime Prevention Association C/O Diane Soligo

11222 NE 131st Street

Liberty, MO 64068

(816) 781-2981 or (816) 853-3806

Sorry - No refunds after October 22, 2021.




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