Jeramy Ellison, also known as "Trap Master J," is an Army Combat Veteran who served overseas in Iraq in 2009. He is the Owner and Founder of Dynamic Police Training & VOCC, LLC. With over 13 years of Law Enforcement experience in Texas & Illinois, Jeramy has seized millions of dollars in U.S currency, over a ton of narcotics, and a staggering amount of hidden compartments in passenger motor vehicles, commercial trucks, and buses. Jeramy is considered an expert witness in criminal interdiction and hidden compartments, and his work has been nationally recognized.
In 2014, Jeramy's bust was aired live on Fox News, where he seized 111 pounds of methamphetamine from a compartment built inside a gas tank of a passenger motor vehicle. He prides himself on making self-initiated "cold" traffic stops and working all his criminal interdiction cases from start to finish, gaining a wealth of knowledge in search warrants, felony arrest warrants, civil asset forfeitures, case law, and other valuable assets.
Jeramy's hard work in criminal interdiction has resulted in hundreds of criminal interdiction cases and has made significant contributions to the greater good of the United States and the world. He holds an instructor license through the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Education (TCOLE) and takes pride in teaching others in the interdiction community and around the world.
As drug cartels and other criminal organizations constantly change their tactics of smuggling contraband in and out of the United States, Jeramy is passionate about passing on the ever-changing dynamics of Criminal Interdiction. His goal is to teach others how to be successful in making an impact against the cartels and other criminal organizations that threaten the United States. With Jeramy's expertise and passion, Dynamic Police Training & VOCC, LLC is the premier training program for law enforcement officers looking to stay ahead of the curve in criminal interdiction.
Killeen Police Department
Organized Crime Unit; Narcotics/Prostitution/Gangs/Gambling
Detective B. Smith has been in Law Enforcement since the day he was born due to both of his parents working for the Killeen Police Department for 35+ years before retirement in 2015. Detective B. Smith has been with the City of Killeen since June 2007 after attending Stephen F. Austin State University where he played football and baseball. Detective B. Smith started his law enforcement career in patrol until he was able to transfer to the Organized Crime Unit in February of 2014. During Detective B. Smith’s career, he has served on SWAT and the FBI- Central Texas Violent Crimes Task Force while excelling at all positions he has held and been assigned to. Detective B. Smith devotes himself to taking criminals off the streets and “running up the ladder” when it comes to narcotic investigations. Detective B. Smith has been described as one who never sleeps, takes pride in everything he does with his career and is always willing to be there to assist in any way possible.
Detective B. Smith has conducted investigations with seizures resulting in kilograms of cocaine/methamphetamine, hundreds of pounds of marijuana, multiple pounds of THC/Extracts, significant amounts of firearms and large quantities of US Currency.
Detective B. Smith holds a Master Peace Officers License in the State of Texas with multiple certifications/qualifications to include Advanced SWAT Operator/Sniper, Firearms Instructor, Field Training Officer, Mechanical/Ballistic Breaching Instructor, Glock MOS Instructor, Glock Armorer, TCOLE Instructor, High Level A Clandestine Laboratory, Court Certified Expert in Narcotics and many more involving narcotics, prostitution, gangs and gambling.
Detective B. Smith has earned several awards throughout his career to include Uniformed Officer of the Year, Detective of the Year, FBI Certificate of Appreciation, Plain Clothes Detectives of the Year, Instructor of the Year and many others.
Detective B. Smith started his own narcotic training business in an attempt to give other Detectives the knowledge, training and experience that he was not afforded during his earlier years with the Organized Crime Unit.
Brian Konopka is a Highway Criminal Interdiction officer who works on a series of our nation's Interstates. Konopka brings over a decade of law enforcement experience and has invested over seven hundred hours in continuing training in his field. He has personally seized dozens of kilograms of narcotics, including over one hundred sixty-five pounds of cocaine, hundreds of pounds of marijuana, millions of dollars in United States currency, and thousands of cartons of contraband cigarettes. Konopka was the recipient of the Drug Enforcement Administration's Drug Interdiction Assistance Program's Largest Criminal Highway Interdiction Cocaine Seizure of 2021. Konopka was also deemed a court-certified Drug Trafficking and Highway Criminal Interdiction Expert. Prior to serving as a Police Officer, Konopka served in the United States Marine Corps, deploying in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. After returning home, he obtained a Master of Science Degree in Homeland Security, specializing in Terrorism and Security Studies.
Instructor Michael Vaccaro is a seasoned law enforcement officer in Pennsylvania and is currently a supervisor of a Specialized Interdiction Unit. Earlier in his career as a law enforcement officer, Vaccaro was quickly recognized for his interdiction skills and abilities. Prior to being assigned to the specialized Interdiction Unit, Vaccaro served as a Field Training Officer. Vaccaro has been personally responsible for the seizure of over 2 million dollars in United States currency, numerous kilograms of illegal narcotics, and over 1,500 pounds of Marijuana. His interdiction skills and abilities led to numerous significant seizures and arrests. Michael is nationally recognized in his field of work and strives on providing top tier training to Law Enforcement Officers around the country.
Officer James Petrucci is a highly experienced law enforcement professional with a career spanning almost a decade. Petrucci initiated his career as a patrol officer in 2015, accumulating valuable experience across various jurisdictions, including service with the Baltimore City Police Department. Currently, Officer Petrucci serves as a respected member of a city police department in Pennsylvania.
His expertise extends to his time working in an undercover narcotics unit, where he assumed the role of the designated Intelligence Officer. Presently, Petrucci is a member of the Street Crimes Unit, an elite anti-crime team entrusted with intercepting and combating a wide range of criminal activities. Furthermore, Officer Petrucci's unwavering commitment to proactive policing has earned him well-deserved recognition for effectively addressing issues related to gang activity and contributing to the reduction of gun violence.
Margarito Flores Jr. - A Journey from Adversity to Redemption
Born in Chicago, Illinois, to immigrant parents, Margarito Flores Jr. experienced a tumultuous childhood. His father's incarceration during his early years and the absence of paternal guidance left a void in his life. However, little did Margarito know that his father's return would introduce him to a world that would shape his destiny.
Eager to reconnect with his father and learn from him, Margarito soon found himself unwittingly immersed in the drug trade. As his father resumed his illicit activities, Margarito and his twin brother became involved in cultivating, loading, and unloading drugs and money in concealed compartments. They gained firsthand experience in the intricate workings of the trade, adapting to the changing dynamics of the illicit market.
Their education in the drug trade continued when their father returned to Mexico, leaving them and their twin brother in the care of their older brother Armando, a drug kingpin involved in the cocaine trade. Guided by Armando, they transitioned from traditional schooling to mastering a different facet of the business.
Embracing their newfound roles, Margarito and his twin brother followed in their father and brother's footsteps, taking over the family business. By the time they were 18, they had become millionaires and established themselves as major wholesale drug suppliers in Chicago and the surrounding areas. Their operations extended beyond borders as they became the main distributors for the Sinaloa cartel in the United States. They imported and distributed tons of illegal narcotics into major cities across the United States and Canada, utilizing various modes of transportation, including cars, semi tractor-trailers, boats, airplanes, passenger buses, submarines, container ships, go-fast boats, and even trains. Throughout their lucrative drug trafficking career, they facilitated the movement of over $3 billion worth of bulk US currency back to Mexico.
In 2008, a life-altering epiphany struck Margarito and his brother. Fueled by a desire to protect their families and break free from the cycle of crime, they reached out to the government and made the decision to cooperate against the head of the Sinaloa cartel. Courageously turning themselves in, they embarked on a journey of redemption and justice. In 2015, they were sentenced to 14 years each for their crimes. Three years later, Margarito's brother testified against Mr. Guzmán in Brooklyn, New York, contributing to the dismantling of a powerful criminal organization. In 2020, they were finally released, eager to embrace a new chapter in their lives.
Now, Margarito seeks to share his captivating story to aid law enforcement in their ongoing battle against drug trafficking. With a firsthand understanding of the inner workings of the trade, he aims to shed light on its complexities and dangers, while advocating for change and prevention. Margarito's journey is a testament to the power of transformation, resilience, and the pursuit of redemption.
Today, Margarito shares his story as a catalyst for change. With a profound understanding of the drug trade, he endeavors to assist law enforcement agencies in their battle against illicit narcotics. Through speaking engagements, consultations, and training programs, Margarito offers unique insights and firsthand knowledge to aid in the fight against drug trafficking and its devastating consequences.
Margarito serves as a testament to the transformative power of second chances and the resilience of the human spirit. His unwavering commitment to rebuilding his life and making a positive impact stands as an inspiration to all those who seek redemption and hope in the face of adversity.
Margarito now aims to share his past experiences with law enforcement in a positive way and make a meaningful impact. The class is designed to educate officers on every aspect of the inner workings of the cartel to include distribution logistics, routes, concealment methods in vehicles and houses, command structure, tactics used to elude LEO and much more! The class will be full of student engagement with open Q&A throughout the day. Lunch will also be provided for FREE. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity that you will not want to miss out on!
Dynamic Police Training - Jeramy Ellison
Dynamic Police Training is dedicated to providing the most comprehensive and advanced law enforcement training available. Our team of highly experienced instructors have extensive backgrounds in a variety of disciplines, including criminal interdiction, K-9 training, close quarter combat, narcotics and more. We are passionate about preparing law enforcement officers to face the challenges of their profession head-on with cutting-edge tactics and state-of-the-art training techniques.
Combined, Jeramy and Margarito plan on educating Law Enforcement around the world to disrupt and dismantle some of the most prolific cartels and criminal organizations in existence today. With the proper training and knowledge provided during this unparalleled training, Law Enforcement can make significant impacts against the 'War on Drugs'
Tom Stack began law enforcement career in 1986 as a Corrections Officer for the Montgomery County MD, Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. In 1988 Tom joined the Montgomery County MD, Department of Police as a police officer. During Tom’s 26-year career with MCP he was assigned to patrol (six years), plain clothes street crimes unit (six years), and the Vice and Intelligence Unit (14 years). Tom has received multiple awards including but not limited to Lifesaving, Numerous Letters of Recognition, Officer of the Year Awards. Tom is a certified police instructor by the Maryland Police Training Commission.
Tom has investigated and assisted in more than 450 Prostitution/Human Trafficking cases to include Asian Massage parlors, Latino Brothels, Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking cases, Labor Trafficking cases, Internet prostitution cases, and “John” sting cases. He has conducted numerous undercover stings. Tom was a Federal Task Force Officer with the FBI, Maryland Child Exploitation Task Force where he was one of the lead investigators on the United States vs Jeremy Naughton human trafficking case. This two and a half year investigation involved a violent pimp who was charged with numerous counts of human trafficking. Naughton was convicted and sentenced to 36 year in Federal prison. Tom has testified in front of the Maryland House of Delegates, Judiciary Committee and the Maryland Senate, Judicial Proceedings Committee on prostitution and Human Trafficking. Tom has been recognized as an expert in prostitution and human trafficking investigations by the Circuit Court, District Court of Maryland and in Federal Court.
Tom is a recognized subject matter expert on human trafficking and has trained thousands of law enforcement officers across the United States on human trafficking awareness. Tom has conducted international trainings in Russia, Thailand, El Salvador. Tom has presented at the National Crimes Against Children’s Conference in Dallas TX, the International Association of Human Trafficking Investigators Conference and other National conferences. Tom is featured in the award-winning HBO Documentary “Black and Missing”.
Tom Stack is currently the Anti-Human Trafficking and Sexual Assault Response Manager for the City of Baltimore, Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement where he oversees anti-human trafficking efforts in the City of Baltimore. Tom started and is the Co-Chair of the Baltimore City Human Trafficking Collaborative that won the Presidential Award for Excellence in Combating Trafficking of Persons for the Mercy Medical Center “Blue Dot Human Trafficking Initiative”. Previously Tom worked at the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention from May of 2015 to October 2017 where he over saw the Governor’s Hogan’s efforts to combat human trafficking in the State of Maryland as the Human Trafficking Policy Analyst. Tom was appointed by Governor Hogan to be a member of the Safe Harbor Workgroup to study Safe Harbor policy for Child Sex Trafficking Victims. He also conducted Law Enforcement trainings though out the State and developed human trafficking policy for the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention. Tom helped start and oversees the Maryland Human Trafficking Investigators Seminar and The Maryland Human Trafficking Professionals Seminar held annually.
Natalie Satterwhite has worked in public service since 2006. She began her career working with law enforcement in the communications field where she quickly became a mentor for not only her own agency, but surrounding smaller agencies with the inability to send their people to training. In 2015, she transferred to the field of public affairs where she learned about media relations and the importance of tactful communication. Through her work and her desire to become more knowledgeable, she was recruited to the Criminal Investigations Branch in 2016 where she currently serves her team and community. Natalie works in logistics, grant writing, fiscal responsibility, equipment research, has helped coordinate multiple law enforcement seminars, and acts as a liaison for multiple state, local and federal task forces. Her organizational skills, ability to effectively communicate, systematize efficient processes, and her passion and knowledge base of the law enforcement world drives her successes to what they are today.