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Accession Number AVA21563-DVD1
Title Drug Evaluation and Classification Training. The Drug Recognition Expert School, January 2011 Edition.
Publication Date Jan 2011
Media Count 1one DVD
Personal Author N/A
Abstract The Drug Evaluation and Classification Program (DEC) is a standardized, systematic method for law enforcement officers to determine whether observed driver impairment is due to drug use and if so, to identify the category or categories of drugs involved. This course is intended for law enforcement officers who have successfully completed SFST training and want to become a Drug Recognition Expert (DRE). Participants learn basic drug terminology and pharmacology and how to identify the 7 categories of drugs and the indicators of impairment.
Keywords Alcohol consumption
Classroom instruction
Drinking drivers
Drug abuse
Drug Recognition Experts(DREs)
Drug users
Law enforcement
Signs and symptoms
Traffic safety
Training programs
Source Agency National Highway Traffic Safety Administration - Audiovisual
NTIS Subject Category 85D - Transportation Safety
43D - Police, Fire, & Emergency Services
91C - Fire Services, Law Enforcement, & Criminal Justice
92A - Job Training & Career Development
92C - Social Concerns
Corporate Author National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC.
Document Type Audiovisual
Title Note N/A
NTIS Issue Number 1115
Contract Number N/A

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