Registration for this course is now open! Registration will close on March 21, 2022. Space is limited, so please make sure to register ASAP!
TDCAA is proud to offer this free, high-quality Rolling Stoned: Investigating and Prosecuting the Drugged Driver training for peace officers and prosecutors to attend in Longview on March 25, 2022. You will receive two publications, handouts and 6 hours of CLE or TCOLE continuing education credit.
As always, the state’s best instructors will present great information and lead relevant discussions.
Over the last 30 years, police and prosecutors have gotten pretty good at detecting and prosecuting the alcohol impaired driver, thanks to SFSTs, lots of training, lots of resources, and then—with “no refusal” programs—we obtained blood evidence of a driver’s intoxication. But these days, we’ve noticed many more drivers who’ve used drugs with their alcohol, or drugs without alcohol. How do these “combination” cases change how officers and prosecutors do their jobs? This course will help answer that question. Its focus is the special issues of drugged driving. The scope of the problem will be addressed first, followed by best practices on the road and in the courtroom. We will cover combination cases, move to marijuana, and discuss illegal drugs, and then address prescription drugs. Forensic toxicologists, lab procedures, DREs, and the ARIDE program will also be included.
Currently, TDCAA anticipates that there will not be covid-related restrictions in place during the time of this training, so we do not plan to limit attendance. Should pandemic or other safety concerns dictate that limited capacity is necessary, we will cancel registrations in reverse date order. All attendees are encouraged to follow CDC guidelines. Due to room size and unknown attendee count, TDCAA cannot guarantee spaced seating. Updates, if necessary, will be made here.