INIA Board

mike-bracketPresident – Mike Brackett

Detective Mike Brackett has over 35 years of law enforcement experience with over 24 years in narcotics interdiction. He started with the Louisville Division of Police in 1977 in Louisville, Kentucky serving in the patrol division. He was transferred to the Narcotics Unit early in 1984, where he served until 2002, retiring with over 24 years of service. He has worked undercover, investigating major narcotics traffickers and parcel interdiction. He was also a founding member of Louisville first Parcel Interdiction Team that was formed in 1988. Retirement was short lived when he was hired by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office a month later and returned to the narcotics unit. Mike has served with several DEA task forces, he has also received numerous awards and citations including Officer of the Year, Airport Interdiction Unit of the Year, EPIC Officer of the Year and Kentucky Deputy of the Year. He is the Secretary of the Kentucky Narcotics Officers Association (KNOA) and President of the International Narcotics Interdiction Association (INIA). Email – [email protected]

goodmanExecutive Director – Benny Goodman

Benny retired from the Metro Nashville, TN Police Department after 28 years of service. He also was employed with the 21st Judicial Drug Task Force in TN and was assigned to the DEA Task Force in Nashville for 16 years.  Benny is the former Training Director for INIA and is currently the Executive Director. Benny has been affiliated with INIA for over 20 years. Email: [email protected]


meet-i4Mark Parker – Training Director

Mark Parker is a Past Pres­i­dent of INIA and 2001 INIA Offi­cer of Year win­ner. He has been asso­ci­ated with INIA for over 10 years.  Mark has lec­tured on all phases of crim­i­nal inter­dic­tion inter­na­tion­ally and domes­ti­cally. Email — [email protected]


oolmanMike Oolman

Mike Oolman has been a police officer with the Phoenix Police Department since 1998. After working patrol, Mike transferred to the Commercial Narcotics Interdiction Unit. The first 3 years in the unit, Mike was assigned to the DEA Task Force where he processed money seizures from the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport. In 2005 Mike became a canine handler for the interdiction unit and assumed his primary duties as a canine handler working airport and parcel interdiction investigations. Email – [email protected]

hartSteve Hart

Steve Hart has over 27 years of law enforcement experience. Hart graduated from Syracuse University with a Bachelors of Arts degree in Public Affairs. He then worked for seven years as a police officer in Texas and Ohio he served as a patrol officer, gang officer, and a school resource has been a DEA Special Agent since 1996.  His assignments included, interdiction at the Orange County (John Wayne) Airport  Hart has developed expertise in wire investigations, historical conspiracy investigations, and auto-shipping interdiction.  Hart has been instrumental in starting auto-shipping interdiction in the Los Angeles area and other locations throughout the United States. Hart has instructed at INIA conferences since 2002 and his classes have been well received at both INIA conferences and state and local venues. Email – [email protected]

engelbertGuy Engelbert

Guy Engelbert is a 37 year veteran of law enforcement, retiring from the Cincinnati Police Department after 29 years and is currently a Hamilton County Sheriff’s Deputy. Agent Engelbert is currently assigned, and has been for the past 20 years, with the Hamilton County Regional Narcotics Unit (RENU). Agent Engelbert has been DEA Task Force Agent and a FBI Safe Streets Task Force Agent during his career. Agent Engelbert has experience in all fields of interdiction including bus, airport, parcel and hotel/motel. Agent Engelbert established the RENU Hotel/Motel Interdiction program in 1994 for the Cincinnati area and has continued conducting motel/hotel investigations for the past 17 years, with extensive experience in this interdiction field. Agent Engelbert has been a regular instructor at numerous INIA conferences. Email – [email protected]

Portrait #1Steve Duncan

Special Agent Stephen Duncan has been with the California Department of Justice for the past 16 years and is currently investigating Cross-Border Violence related cases in San Diego. Prior to his employment at DOJ, Agent Duncan was a Probation Officer for the San Diego County Probation Department for 12 years. During his 28 years in law enforcement, Agent Duncan has investigated street gangs, the prison gang, Mexican Drug Trafficking Organizations and other Organized Crime groups in the US and Mexico. Agent Duncan has provided workshops for various federal, state and local law enforcement agencies and drug and gang associations across the USA. Email – [email protected]