Basic Diversion Investigator Training Program

Drug Enforcement Administration
Initial Accreditation
April 2016

The BDITP training is a 12-week school conducted at the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) Academy in Quantico, Virginia. The 12-week program familiarizes trainees with the pharmaceutical and chemical industry, and emphasizes the goal of preparing students to conduct effective diversion investigations.

The program consists of classroom instruction and numerous practical exercises designed to challenge a student’s newly-acquired knowledge and skills.  BDITP training is a rigorous and demanding curriculum that incorporates technological, legal, and investigative instruction. Case studies, with varying degrees of complexity, are also used through the course. Other areas covered include:  retail pharmacy, distributor, and manufacturer operations; auditing techniques; report writing; security issues; pharmaceutical and chemical control; drug scheduling; and pharmaceutical identification.

Accreditation History

Initial Accreditation
April 2016