Since 1991, Wadi Sawabini has taught thousands of Federal Agents, State, County and Local Police Officers how to shoot videotape that stands up in court and wins cases.
His courses are used by the ATF, Border Patrol, DEA, FBI, HSI and dozens of other federal agencies. Sawabini has taught at the DEA Drug Team Commanders’ schools at the DEA Academy at Quantico, VA and Fort Leonard Wood, MO.
Outside of the United States, he has taught for the Criminal Intelligence Service of Ontario (CISO), the Ontario Police College, the Korean National Police and the Bermuda Police Service.
Sawabini has conducted training at 14 of the HIDTAs, 4 of the National Guard Counterdrug Schoolhouses (MCTC, NCTC, RCTA & WRCTC) and 3 of the federal RISS Projects (MAGLOCLEN, NESPIN & ROCIC).
State police agencies in 37 states from California to Massachusetts have used his 3-Day Video Camcorder Training for Law Enforcement program.
A graduate of the University of Vermont, Sawabini was a Reserve Erie County (NY) Deputy Sheriff while living in the Buffalo, NY area. He is POST-certified as an instructor in several states. He is a member of ILEETA and a Life Member of the Connecticut Division of the International Association of Identification (IAI). He is a frequent lecturer at National and International Law Enforcement Conferences and has appeared on the Law Enforcement Television Network (LETN).