Multi-State Crime Interdiction Unit

Multi-State Crime Interdiction Unit

Post Office Box 294
Braselton, Georgia 30517-0005

(404) 921-3579 or (706) 658-2345

(321) 441-3311
{"" Orlando, FL}


(866) 686-2345
{Toll-Free Nationwide}


"Reducing your chances of becoming a victim
through informative and educational safety seminars!"

••• Thank you for your interest in our free¹ Safety Seminars. As seen daily in news reports, violence is prevalent throughout America. It's in our streets, businesses, homes, and even in our schools. The "threat of terrorism" is now very prevalent in our society! Some big city police agencies are allowing "MOB RULE"! It is vital that individuals become more aware of the dangers around them and how to best be on the alert to protect themselves. Our organization offers this training in a compact "one (1) hour" training seminar. We are sure that you will find this crime prevention program to be a priceless training aid for you, your staff, students, and friends. Following is some background information about our seminar which can be held at your place of business— at your convenience! •••

The Multi-State Crime Interdiction Unit was formed in 1999 by a metro Atlanta, Georgia law enforcement officer who, after years of responding to calls from crime victims, decided to try to help reduce the crime rate by educating the public with free crime awareness seminars. Over a nineteen (19) period MSCIU has worked with numerous civic organizations, private and public companies, government agencies, and educational facilities throughout the United States helping to educate and train their personnel in the area of personal safety. All seminars can be tailored to meet your organization's individual needs. Our clients have included the following:

U.S. Department of Labor - OSHA & U.S. Social Security Administration; National Contract Management Association (GA & OH); American Cancer Society; AT&T; Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu (GA & TN); Holiday Inn; Norfolk Southern Railroad; Alabama Court Reporters Association; Fulton County Juvenile Justice Center (GA); Marion County Public Library System (FL); Atlanta/Fulton County Public Library System (GA); Georgia Department of Human Resources; Fulton (GA), Carroll (GA), Cobb (GA), & Lincoln (TN) City & County Government Personnel; Georgia Recreation & Park Association; Randolph County Chamber of Commerce (AL); Alabama Department Of Tourism (AL); (FL); South Carolina Department Of Parks, Recreation & Tourism (SC); Richmond City Health District (VA); Virginia Department of Health - Office of the Chief Medical Examiner [Central District] and Office of the Chief Medical Examiner - Department of Forensic Scientists & Investigators [Northern District]; Alacare (AL); Amedisys (AL, KY, TN, SC & VA); Atlanta Medical Center (GA); Baptist Heathcare Systems (FL); Care Connections (OH); Columbus Regional Medical Center (GA); Gem City Healthcare (OH); Guardian Healthcare (TX & OH); Guardian Home Care (GA & TN); HomeChoice Health Services (TN & MS); NHC HomeCare (FL, SC & TN); SunCrest Home Health (TN); UT Home Services (TN); Adelphia Cable Systems (GA); Bank of America; Cumberland Valley National Bank (KY); Alabama Power Company, Coosa Valley Electric Cooperative & North Alabama Electric Cooperative (AL); Okefenoke REMC (FL); Georgia Power Company, Coastal Electric Cooperative, Carroll EMC, Coweta-Fayette EMC, Diverse Power, Okefenoke REMC, Snapping Shoals EMC & Walton EMC (GA); East Kentucky Power Cooperative (KY); Mississippi State-Wide Meeting For Electric Power Associations Safety Coordinators & Managers, Coast EPA, Singing River EPS & South Mississippi EPA (MS); Laurens Electric Cooperative (SC); CPS Energy (TX); Albany, Dublin, Columbus, Phenix City (AL), Savannah & Valdosta Boards of Realtors (GA); Better Homes & Gardens-Metro Brokers (GA); Re/MAX (GA); Georgia Mining Association & Thiele Kaolin Company; Georgia Federation of Women's Clubs; Junior League (KY); Lions Club; Kiwanis Club; Loyal Order Of The Moose; Rotary Club; Motlow State Community College (TN) and numerous other educational systems throughout the southeast.

We have safety specialty areas in: Education, Gangs, Real Estate and Home Healthcare & Hospice.

"To Thwart The Criminals By Educating The Potential Crime Victims!"

Our Director, J. Trincher Watkins, started his law enforcement career in 1987 with the Gwinnett County, Georgia Sheriff's Department. He has worked for the State of Georgia, and several county and city law enforcement agencies. He graduated in the top 3% of his class from the 28th Gwinnett County, Georgia Police Academy and has numerous certifications in areas such as: Workplace Violence/Office Safety, Management, Hostage Negotiation, Drugs and Drug Identification, Drug Interdiction, and Gangs!!! Mr. Watkins received his Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia, and was a commissioned officer in the United States Navy (both active duty and reserve) for fifteen (15) years.

After spending 2½ years working with the GA Department of Human Resources as the senior child abuse investigator for the Forsyth County Division of Family and Children’s Services, Mr. Watkins now heads the Multi-State Crime Interdiction Unit. Previously, he worked six years with the Fulton County, Georgia Sheriff's Department Special Operations Unit (holding the rank of sergeant) while working with the MCP Task Force. His seminar promises to be both informative and entertaining-which may greatly help reduce your chances of possibly becoming the next victim of a senseless crime.

Read about Multi-State Crime Interdiction Unit at Savannah, GA's WTOC-TV 11 website.

Multi-State Crime Interdiction Unit's main goal is to help educate and inform the public on the latest trends in criminal activity. We feel that this 45 minute seminar will undoubtedly benefit both you and your staff!

For more information or to set up your seminar, please call: 404-921-3579 or 706-658-2345; [] 321-441-3311 (Orlando, FL); and, [Nationwide Toll-Free] 866-686-2345; or. Thanks!

MultiState Crime Interdiction Unit, Inc., Training Programs, Braselton, GA

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All Rights Reserved.

¹ NOTICE: Effective January 1, 2019 there will be a "round trip" travel charge for "unsolicited"* seminar requests over 300 miles (one way) from our main office. (*"Unsolicited" means that our office did not FIRST contact the venue offering our training, but that this was a NEW call from the requesting person or venue.) Due to gas and oil prices the following charges will be in effect: $0.85 per mile for seminars with an attendance of less than 200 people per seminar; and, $0.75 per mile for seminars with an attendance of 200 + people per seminar. This charge will help ensure attendance and will help keep our travel costs down. We appreciate your understanding as we are trying to keep our training current and affordable. Thank you!

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