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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the cost to register and attend a course taught by WRCTC faculty?
A: WRCTC is a service provided by the U.S. Department of Defense and the Washington National Guard.  Registration and tuition are completely free to all students.

Q: Who can attend training?
A: All of our courses are open to federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement officers and community-based organizations leaders engaged in narcotics and transnational organized criminal investigations.  WRCTC faculty also provides training to Combatant Command military members throughout the world.

Q: Is your curriculum certified?
A: Certification of curriculum varies from course to course. Please contact our staff to verify regional curriculum certification.  Click here to contact us and learn more.

Q: Can the content be customized for specific audiences?
A: Yes. Once an appropriate course is identified, our staff will work with host training managers to specialize the content that will be presented.

Q: Where can the WRCTC teach?
A: WRCTC is very flexible on where we can teach. We operate a training facility at our location on Camp Murray (Tacoma), WA. We also conduct mobile training throughout the United States and U.S. territories. 

Western Regional Counterdrug Training Center
104 Air Defense Lane, Camp Murray, WA 98430


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