TRAINING

SETSC provides comprehensive training on cargo theft to civilian and law enforcement members. Training is done by POST certified instructors, so sworn personnel can receive credit hours.

INTELLIGENCE

All members receive real-time intelligence and bi-weekly briefings on cargo theft activity in the Southeastern U.S.. SETSC utilizes the GA Cargo Theft System which allows real-time alerts to reach its members.

CONNECTIVITY

Monthly meetings and other events hosted by SETSC allow industry, law enforcement, and government members to connect and network to fight cargo theft – together.

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LATEST SETSC NEWS

Search Warrant Executed by FDLE Leads to Recovery of Stolen Cargo

January 10th, 2016|Comments Off on Search Warrant Executed by FDLE Leads to Recovery of Stolen Cargo

According to FDLE, agents also responded to a second Shep's Discount location at 5421 Doolittle Road Tuesday morning. An employee tells First Coast News the Doolittle location served as a warehouse [...]

‘Sting Trailers’ Offer Glimpse into World of Cargo Thieves

December 1st, 2015|Comments Off on ‘Sting Trailers’ Offer Glimpse into World of Cargo Thieves

Every time the sting trailer breaks up a ring ... every trucking company or anyone in supply chain that moves cargo in that area benefits. It has clearly reduced thefts [...]

Dirty Truck Driver Charged Under New GA Cargo Theft Statute

November 18th, 2015|Comments Off on Dirty Truck Driver Charged Under New GA Cargo Theft Statute

ATLANTA, GA - A truck driver was charged under the new GA cargo theft statute after SETSC President Bob Hastings had the opportunity to inform a detective about the new cargo [...]

UPCOMING EVENTS

SETSC - GA Annual Christmas Law Enforcement Appreciation Luncheon

SETSC will host its annual Christmas Law Enforcement Appreciation Luncheon at the Austell Community Center, 2625 Joe Jerkins Blvd, Austell, GA on Wednesday, December 14, 2016 between 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM. An RSVP is required to attend. RSVP with Jac Greenlee.