10th ANNUAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING DAY
LOS ANGELES AUTO SHOW
Presented by TOYOTA and NICB
On Wednesday January 12, 2000 law enforcement officers and NICB agents were allowed into the Los Angeles Auto Show, at the Los Angeles Convention Center, from 0700 hours to 1100 hours for vehicle identification training. It was the Tenth annual law enforcement training day, sponsored by Toyota and the National Insurance Crime Bureau. Refreshments were provided between 0700 and 0745 hours.
The training was provided to allow law enforcement officers and NICB agents an opportunity to inspect new vehicle identification numbers. The theme "IF YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT A GOOD IDENTIFICATION NUMBER LOOKS LIKE, YOU WON'T RECOGNIZE A BAD ONE" reflects the purpose and scope of the training.
Some vehicle manufacturers' representatives were available to provide assistance with the training by displaying their vehicles, providing verbal and/or printed information, and by answering questions. The show also provides an opportunity for manufacturers representatives to interact with law enforcement officers and NICB agents to survey vehicle theft problems and trends.
The training was put together by NICB Agent Dennis Lessiak, 661 296-3566 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. If you attended and enjoyed what took place, please give Dennis some feedback.