Living and working far away from urban centers, it is easy to believe “we don’t have a problem here.” Jermaine Galloway peels back the façade to demonstrate that the drug and alcohol culture in rural America is real and flourishing, with the means to purchase, create and disseminate dangerous substances only an Internet-click away. The law enforcement officers in Northern Michigan who have attended this training have learned about the hidden culture that exists in their own backyards; the considerable safety risks of encountering unknown chemicals and hidden stash compartments during traffic stops and searches; and a wealth of trending information available nowhere else. Be assured that this is not a dated lecture provided by a consultant far removed from the field. Jermaine is a passionate presenter who delivers a compelling, constantly-updated, keenly relevant program that participants can’t stop talking about. As one attendee commented, “Mind. Blown.” Three days after attending “High in Plain Sight,” an enforcement officer made a traffic stop for impaired driving that also resulted in an arrest for possession of shatter and later, lead to a larger drug operation. The officer advised that prior to the training, he would not have recognized the indicators visible right out in the open, but because there had been an opportunity to hold and examine the items being currently used to stash and disguise drugs, he was able to make the connection."