National Interdiction Training & Networking Conference

The most popular, intense, and highly attended Criminal Interdiction Conference in the United States!


Conference Mission: Training and influencing a pro-active “All Crimes” approach to criminal interdiction.

Conference Description: Imagine an Interdiction Training Conference where the nation’s top networking and training programs come together. It’s happening in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 30 - May 5, 2017

The 2017 National Interdiction Conference is energized and coordinated by the National Criminal Enforcement Association [NCEA] and Desert Snow. This conference event could not happen without the support of numerous state and federal programs which include the Drug Interdiction Assistance Program (DIAP), HIDTA, the Domestic Highway Enforcement (DHE) program, Air and Marine Operations Center (AMOC), HSI’s National Bulk Cash Smuggling Center, and many others.

This intense training and networking conference is the highest attended of its kind available in the United States!

National Criminal Enforcement Association

NCEA: The National Criminal Enforcement Association began in 1999 and is a 501(c) (3) organization focused on training law enforcement officers in the areas of criminal interdiction and beyond. Over 14-years ago NCEA began hosting an annual interdiction “Winter Conference”, which had become one of the largest attended each year. These conferences evolved into the culmination of the “National Interdiction Conference.”

For more information about the NCEA, visit: www.ncea314.com

Desert Snow

Desert Snow: The Desert Snow Training Program began in 1989. Over the years, Desert Snow has created interdiction concepts and training techniques that are currently in use by almost every interdiction training program around. The training programs offered by Desert Snow have become some of the most sought after and attended Criminal Interdiction & Terrorist Apprehension Training Workshops in the world.

For more information about Desert Snow, visit: www.desertsnow.com