Training & Technology for Law Enforcement & Public Agencies.
Planning for a Post-COVID economy.
Advancing the Industry Beyond Marijuana.
FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
& PUBLIC AGENCIES
Training on law, science & economics
Representing the leading expertise in the cannabis industry
• PATROL OFFICERS AT A TRAFFIC STOP
• CITIZENS WHO PLAY BY THE RULES
• COMMAND STAFF
• NARCOTICS BUREAU
• ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCIES
• THE CANNABIS INDUSTRY
• ILLEGAL TRAFFICKERS
• CBD SCAM ARTISTS
2020 is a great time to expand the cannabis industry to include public agencies. Across the US we are in touch with agencies that lack proper industry benchmarks, which makes enforcement and regulation next to impossible. Partnerships between hemp industry and police will advance the industry and is already happening. We scale it up and make it work with training and technology.
How can this work in your state, to benefit the cannabis community? Contact us for details.
Dean leads the state in terms of experience, hemp acreage grown and entrepreneurial drive. He continues to push the envelope with economic development partners to advance the industry into 2021.
Gateway Proven Strategies is at the global intersection of the cannabis industry, law and law enforcement.
Georgia Tech: RENEWABLE BIOPRODUCTS INSTITUTE
Mr. Suits is an industrial designer, with 30+ years representing science and technology to the public. Since 2017 he's been opening doors and building cannabinoid bridges statewide in Georgia, Wisconsin, and now nationally, with LECTra, Law Enforcement Cannabis Training.
His portfolio includes:
• Design and development of science museums, starting with the Hong Kong Science Museum in the early 90s.
• Children's museums, including the Portland Children's Museum.
• Architectural signage and wayfinding.
• Corporate themed environments, including Walmart, CocaCola, Bell South, Georgia Tech.
• New product development, branding and nationwide launch.
• A leading expert in aquaponics, he has written 3 books on the subject.
In November of 2019, Mr. Suits developed a 2-day conference at Ga Tech, Hemp: A Plant for the Planet, sponsored by FlexMod, Ga Tech and the law firm Eversheds Sutherland, which brought together cannabis industry professionals with leading scientists and community members from across the region. From that conference, it was determined that the big opportunity for the industry is in professional training, starting with law enforcement and expanding to physicians and any number of other key audience groups. Six months of cold calling and validation at the top levels of cannabis and law enforcement has resulted in a new subscription-based training platform, LECtra, Law Enforcement Cannabis Training.
Some of our experts:
Farmer and Industry Leader
Wisconsin Hemp Farmer
Dr. Chris Luettgen
Institute, Ga Tech
the 90 minute
• 100 participants •
An industry leader with global connections and recognition in all aspects of hemp.
Leading hemp industry economist, focused in the area of business operations, financial analysis. Teaches management and economics courses at the collegiate level.
9Fiber has developed one of the most advanced and cost-effective hemp fiber processing methods that makes use of the thousands of tons of waste biomass currently going to landfills.
25 years experience as senior scientist for Kimberly Clark in Wisconsin. Leads national research consortium in pulp and fiber.
The fruits of
LECTra Law Enforcement Cannabis Training
• The first training platform to bring all of law enforcement up to speed on the Law, the Science and the Community/Economics of the industry.
PurplPro Cannabis Field Test Technology for Police, Farmers and Retailers
As we train police in the science of CBD, the issue of wellness will be front and center. The wellness industries for physicians, police, corporate and HMOs do not currently have a place for CBD. However, the demand is there. Our CBDWellness initiative allows us to connect the two worlds.
Toxic to Profit
Toxic to Profit promotes the proven environmental value of hemp to remove heavy metals and other pollutants from the soil.
Housing with hemp fiber will prove the industry value to rural communities. Build One House is our initiative in association with the US Hemp Building Association.
There is no doubt that hemp seed has very high nutritional and economic value. It is not taken seriously simply because we are still overcoming 80+ years of marijuana politics. We are strategically aligned with the Hemp Feed Coalition to promote this multi-billion dollar aspect of the industry. Current status: Modest research and administrative costs are needed to comply with FDA feed guidelines. The Hemp Feed Coalition is doing everything right.