GenPac Drones in partnership with LEDA
present to you
FREE 2 Day Hands-On Training/Intro to UAS in Public Safety
Whether your department already has 25 UAS units ready to go or you’re just starting off your UAS program, come join the 2 day course and learn more skills or hone them in.
We will be partnering with LEDA (Law Enforcement Drone Association) as they provide the knowledge needed to become more proficient in your flight skills, tips and tricks of the trade, UAS program management, and more.
Please RSVP below. Space is LIMITED!!!
April 25th and 26th
Buckeye Police Department
8050 S. Shepards Trail
Buckeye, Arizona 85326
Some Key Learning Points
- UAS Equipment and Software Overview
- Learn about LEDA and GenPac
- Intro to understanding the NIST UAS training course and the LEDA standards
- Airbourne Search Techniques
- Practical Flight Scenarios
- NIST Course Testing
- UAS Program Management
Meet your Instructors
Todd Young is a former Detective with the Clark County Sheriff’s Office in Vancouver, Washington. He started his career with Clark County in January 2000. In January 2012, Todd was assigned to the Traffic Unit where he became a Collision Reconstructionist. In 2017, Todd aided in the launch of the UAS program in Clark County and obtained his FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot license. He utilized various UAS platforms for the sheriff’s office and his expertise lies in the processing and documenting of crash and crime scenes while utilizing Pix4D photogrammetry software to process sUAS data collected during scene processing. Additionally, Todd deployed UAS platforms to assist patrol with crimes in progress and provided overwatch aerial support for SWAT missions.
Scott Dickerson is a Sergeant in Oregon Law enforcement and has been in law enforcement for 21 years. He is Currently on the Board of LEDA and has been with LEDA since day one. He is a part 107 license pilot for the last 6 years and helps run the UAS team and organize the UAS training for his department.
We’re happy to have Scott as the newest board member for LEDA, filling the seat of Tom Pine, who recently retired from the Bend Police Department.