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About Scott Huckabee

    Scott Huckabee has over 28 years of experience in law enforcement and law enforcement training. He is an expert in interviewing and interrogations, criminal behavior regarding deception, latent fingerprint examination and crime scene management. His involvement in hundreds of major cases including Capital Murders, Murders, Robberies, Aggravated Assaults, and Aggravated Sexual Assaults as well as his experience in narcotics investigations allows for a unique perspective in understanding the criminal mindset.

    Since 2003 Scott has provided his dynamic presentations over the topics of “Criminal Drug Seeking Behavior” and “Detecting the Deception of Drug Seekers” to thousands of doctors, nurses and pharmacists throughout the United States. His training provides incite relating to the motivation and tactics criminals use to target doctors and patients and how to safeguard against this behavior. This training covers every possible avenue drug seekers will use from the parking lot to the examining room, and how to protect doctors and their practice. This training also provides extremely helpful information to pharmacists and other health care professionals.

    Throughout his career, Scott has trained and coordinated training for thousands of State and Federal law enforcement officers over investigative techniques, tactical operations and criminal behavior associated with interviewing and interrogations.

    On April 30, 2008, Scott retired as the Director of the Capital Area Regional Law Enforcement Academy in Austin, TX. Scott Huckabee is a graduate of the 182nd Session of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, VA, a graduate of the Law Enforcement Leadership and Command College at Sam Houston State University at Huntsville, TX. and has received an additional 3000+ hours of specialized training. 
    Scott Huckabee is the CEO of Huckabee Consulting Inc. and is the owner of DoctorsSafeguard.Com.

Available Presentations

    Live presentations and lectures are available on the following topics:
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Potential Criminal Liability in Prescribing Controlled Substances
Recommended Audience: Clinicians registered by the DEA to prescribe controlled substances.
Author: Scott Huckabee, © 2014 Huckabee Consulting, Inc./DoctorsSafeguard.Com
Date Created: October 2, 2014 Updated: March 2016.
Approximate Length: 1 hour 35 minutes
Program Content: Understanding Federal law and regulations is critical in justifying the prescribing/dispensing of controlled substances. This presentation will identify federal laws and rules pertaining to prescribing controlled substances, federal case law pertaining to the good faith exception, condemned behavior, willful blindness, as well as State homicide laws that may be used filed against a provider based on non-therapeutic prescribing.
This program explains:
  • Title 21 Code of Federal Regulations, Section 1306.04 – Purpose of Federal Regulations
  • Title 21 United States Code Section 841(a) Unlawful acts
  • Title 21 United States Code Section 822. Persons Required to Register (a) Period of registration
  • United States v. Moore – 423 U.S. 122 (1975)
  • U.S. v. Feingold, 454 F.3d 1001 (9th Cir. 2006)
  • U.S. v. Hurwitz, 459 F.3d 463 (4th Cir. 2006)
  • United States v. Rosen, 582 F.2d 1032 (5th Cir. 1978)
  • U.S. v. Armstrong, 550 F.3d 382 (5th Cir. 2008)
  • Global-Tech Appliances, Inc. v. SEB S.A., 131 S.Ct.2060 (2011)
  • U.S. v. Ly, NO. 12-16580, NON-ARGUMENT CALENDAR, (11th Cir. 2013)
  • Your State Homicide Laws
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    Understanding Diversion – The Providers Greatest Threat
Recommended Audience: Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician’s Assistants, and Medical Assistants.
Author: Scott Huckabee, © 2014 Huckabee Consulting, Inc./DoctorsSafeguard.Com
Date Created: 2010 Updated: 2016
Approximate Length: 1 hour 29 minutes
Program Content: Currently, the abuse and diversion of prescription pain medication is at an all time high. This presentation identifies the mindsets and tactics used by the desperate, the opportunistic and the professional drug seeker (who poses the greatest threat to providers). This presentation also provides safeguards to identify and deter these drug seekers from your clinic/hospital.
This Presentation will:
  • Explain how perception can play a role in your clinic being targeted;
  • Identify the three categories of illicit drug seekers;
  • Identify the type of drug seeker that poses the greatest threat to clinicians;
  • Explain the tactics used by illicit drug seekers to gain access to your clinic;
  • Identify tactics used by illicit drug seekers to overcome patient accountability protocols; and
  • Point out safeguards to identify and keep illicit drug seekers from your clinic.
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    Assessment for Potential Diversion (APD)
Recommended Audience: Clinicians who prescribe potentially addicting controlled substances.
Author: Scott Huckabee, © 2014 Huckabee Consulting, Inc./DoctorsSafeguard.Com
Date Created: 2013 Updated: 2015
Approximate Length: 1 hour 43 minutes
Program Content: Professional drug seekers are becoming more prevalent in the United States. It is not uncommon for these illicit drug seekers to work between 30 and 50 practices per month. Their objective is to become accepted by a clinic and stay there for years while obtaining medications to sell on the street. These drug seekers use specific tactics to become accepted by medical practices. The Assessment for Potential Diversion (APD) is a two-part process that allows staff to identify illicit drug seekers during the new patient intake process.
This Presentation will:
  • Explain specific tactics used by illicit drug seekers to be accepted by clinics;
  • Explain the pre-consultation checklist (completed by staff) to identify professional drug seekers during new patient intake; and
  • Identify the consultation checklist (completed by the provider) to identify professional drug seekers during the consultation process.
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    Reporting Doctor Shopping and Prescription Fraud Within HIPAA Compliance
Recommended Audience: Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician’s Assistants, and Medical Assistants.
Author: Scott Huckabee, © 2014 Huckabee Consulting, Inc./DoctorsSafeguard.Com
Date Created: 2010 Updated: 2016
Approximate Length: 1 hour 37 minutes
Program Content: Laws against “Doctor Shopping” can be a great tool to decrease the potential of prescription drug diversion; however, many providers are unsure of how to identify the elements of the doctor shopping and prescription fraud offense, as well as who to report these offenses to.
This Presentation will:
  • The specific doctor shopping law in your state; The type of drug seeker that would likely commit Dr. Shopping and Rx Fraud;
  • How to break down the elements of the offenses;
  • How to support doctor shopping prosecutions;
  • The use of the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP);
  • Who to report doctor shopping & prescription fraud offenses to; and
  • How to report doctor shopping in compliance with HIPAA regulations.