DWI Detection and SFST Initial Training, Tulsa, OK, OSU-Tulsa, Wednesday, 15. May 2019

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The Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (SFST) training prepares police officers and other qualified persons to administer and interpret the results of the DWI Detection and SFST battery.
 DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (SFST) Basic Course may have a Wet Lab.
 This course was developed by NHTSA and approved by the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP). National standards have been established by IACP to ensure consistency in the content, delivery, and application of this training program. The NHTSA/IACP basic course is the only curriculum that meets these standards.
 During the 24-hour training program, law enforcement officers learn:
-          How to recognize behavior that points toward impaired driving;
-          The importance of the SFST battery, and how to properly administer the tests. This is reinforced through the use of two dry workshops;
-          When to make an impaired driving arrest;
-          How to write accurate and detailed reports;
-          How to give clear and convincing testimony.
This is a CLEET accredited class that upon successful completion will earn the student 24 hours of continuing education Credit (3 - 8 hour days)
100% Attendence, 100% Participation required.

Wednesday, 15. May 2019, OSU-Tulsa, DWI Detection and SFST Initial Training, Tulsa, OK

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