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Jan
22
Fri
DWI Checkpoint Operation Training @ Dona Ana County Sheriff's Office
Jan 22 @ 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm
DWI Checkpoint Operation Training @ Dona Ana County Sheriff's Office

This day-long training demonstrates how to manage a successful DWI Checkpoint. All aspects of conducting DWI Checkpoints are covered, including objectives, operational plans, legal issues, safety concerns, and the NMDOT guidelines. Students will gain hands-on experience by observing a real checkpoint. This training is designed for law enforcement personnel currently in supervisory capacities.

For more information about this training or other NMLETP trainings, please contact the Program Manager at TEL: (800) 231-6145 or EMAIL: leeanncaldwell@safernm.org

Mar
26
Fri
DWI Checkpoint Operation Training @ Espanola Police Department
Mar 26 @ 2:00 pm – 10:00 pm
DWI Checkpoint Operation Training @ Espanola Police Department

This day-long training demonstrates how to manage a successful DWI Checkpoint. All aspects of conducting DWI Checkpoints are covered, including objectives, operational plans, legal issues, safety concerns, and the NMDOT guidelines. Students will gain hands-on experience by observing a real checkpoint. This training is designed for law enforcement personnel currently in supervisory capacities.

For more information about this training or other NMLETP trainings, please contact the Program Manager at TEL: (800) 231-6145 or EMAIL: leeanncaldwell@safernm.org.

May
12
Wed
Radar/LIDAR Instructor Training @ Rio Rancho Police Department
May 12 @ 8:00 am – May 14 @ 4:00 pm
Radar/LIDAR Instructor Training @ Rio Rancho Police Department

This 3-day training assists law enforcement personnel in developing the skills necessary to successfully present Radar/LIDAR training programs to other members of law enforcement. Students will gain a comprehensive understanding of the motivation, basic methods, principles, and operation of radar and laser technology used in speed enforcement. Training topics include detailed mathematic and scientific principles for successful use of radar and laser technology, information about moving and stationary radar, legal issues, and preparing for court testimony. The training is designed for law enforcement personnel, including but not limited to field officers, first-line supervisors, managers, administrators, and law enforcement program coordinators.

PREREQUISITE AND REQUIREMENTS; Students must have completed an Instructor Development course and a Radar/LIDAR Operator Course prior to registration. Students should bring a radar unit (in-car and/or hand-held), LIDAR unit, reflective vest, and note taking material.