Our course is first of it’s kind. Speed enforcement is a daily task for a majority of patrol officers. Unlike most other law enforcement functions officers receive little to no training on the use of Radar and Lidar devices after initial certification.
Based on the NHTSA Radar-Lidar operator certification course this class updates officers on the current skills and knowledge required to set up, test and operate Radar and Lidar devices accurately and effectively.
As a refresher class it is highly recommended that participants have prior Radar-Lidar operator training or certification.
Radar and Lidar Topics Covered:
• Internal and External Testing
• Basic Operation
• Target Identification and Decision Making
• Radar – Lidar Effects
• Site Selection
• Case Law
Everyday officers encounter situations involving suspected impaired drivers where the traditional SFST/OUI Detection procedures they rely on aren’t an option.
This 1 day classroom training gives officers the resources and confidence to deal with the challenging and often unique circumstances and obstacles that arise during these OUI stops.
It’s simple, you can’t drive safely when you are impaired.
Unfortunately, it’s not that simple for most officers. Drug impaired driving investigations can be a complex and intimidating task for many patrol officers.
Our 1 day class is designed to provide your officers with the basic skills and confidence necessary to detect, identify, and articulate the signs of impairment related to drugs, alcohol or a combination of both and remove dangerous drivers from our roads.
What We Cover:
This 2 day classroom training is based on the NHTSA Standardized Field Sobriety Testing training program and specifically focuses on the first line supervisors role and responsibilities in OUIL investigations.
The course is designed to improve the overall consistency of OUIL investigations from the road to the courtroom by ensuring that patrol officers receive the guidance and supervision necessary to make fair and accurate arrest decisions and successfully prosecute impaired drivers.
It is highly recommended that participants have prior certification in SFST.
Court Issues Covered:
Supervisory Topics Discussed:
Who Should Attend:
Over the last several years demand for traffic control at road construction projects has exceeded the number of detail officers available. As a result many municipalities are beginning to utilize Civilian Traffic Control personnel to fill their needs.
Civilian Traffic Control Officers are non-sworn personnel and training requirements are at the discretion of the Chief of Police or Appointing Authority.
With over 30 years experience in traffic control our course is designed to provide cities and towns with high quality instruction to ensure the safety of department personnel, work crews and the public.
Main Topics Covered:
This 4 hour course is intended for non-sworn personnel responsible for assisting with the processing and monitoring of arrested persons or detainees. Topics covered include: