1 INSTITUTE OF POLICE TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT 26th annual Symposium on Alcohol and Drug Impaired Driving Enforcement July 14-16, 2014 St. Pete Beach, Florida The following topics are scheduled for this year s conference: High in Plain Sight Current Alcohol, Drug and Concealment Trends Surviving the First 3 Seconds The Do's and Don'ts for a DUI Investigator: A Case Study Review of Recent Events Mobile Video Techniques Dealing with Daubert: What to Expect with Florida s New Evidential Standard Heads Up! Don t Be In-TEXT-icated. Higher Roads Ahead A Closer Look at Marijuana and Driving Annual Breath Test Update HGN Workshop SFST Update Learn more at: Use of UV [Black] Light for Pupil Size Measurement and Other Assessments DEA s Diversion Unit Legislative Update Florida DUI Case Law Update Forensic Evidence Collection for the DUI and Traffic Crash Investigator Violent Traffic Stop Encounters BAR Hearings Performance Driven Thinking in the Fight Against Drugs in America REGISTRATION INFORMATION course fee The conference fee includes tuition, a student reference manual and study materials. We accept checks, cash, agency purchase orders and credit cards. Credit card payments may be made online using your Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express card. registration To enroll, register online at or download the registration form online and return it to IPTM. Written confirmation will be mailed, faxed, or ed to you. Please do not make airline reservations until you receive written notification confirming that the course will run as scheduled. americans disability act Program accessibility Individuals who require reasonable accommodations in order to participate must notify the registrar at (904) 620-IPTM at least five working days prior to the class. refund policy A 10% administrative fee will be assessed to all refunds. In lieu of a refund, student substitutions can be made or a credit can be issued for a future course. lodging This year s conference will be held at the Tradewinds Island Resorts in St. Pete Beach, Florida. Please identify yourself as a Symposium on Alcohol/Drug Impaired Drivers participant when making reservations. Tradewinds Island Resorts 5500 Gulf Boulevard St. Pete Beach, Florida Reservations: (800) For rates and information, please visit our website at or call us at (904) 620-IPTM. The cut-off date for the group rate is June 15, continuing education credits Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available through IPTM. Please call us at (904) 620-IPTM for details. SP W W..
2 INSTITUTE OF POLICE TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT 26th annual Symposium on Alcohol and Drug Impaired Driving Enforcement July 14-16, 2014 St. Pete Beach, Florida Conference fee: $595 Trooper Kirk Hensley, North Carolina Highway Patrol Keynote Address Surviving the First 3 Seconds To survive the first three seconds of a situation, you need to take the reactionary gap off of you and place it back onto the suspect. This session will arm you with a five pronged approach that can improve your chances of surviving an encounter, including body language indicators of armed suspects; clothing indicators of armed suspects; verbal and nonverbal indicators to per-attack; street level interviewing skills; and street level lie detection skills. High in Plain Sight Current Alcohol, Drug and Concealment Trends Officer Jermaine Galloway, Tall Cop Says Stop, Boise (Idaho) Police Department Since you can t stop what you don t know, this session will give you the opportunity to examine over 100 visual aids representing popular items in the alcohol and drug world. You will also get a chance to see photos and background information on common locations known to promote underage drinking, substance abuse and violence. Officer Galloway will cover a spectrum of alcohol and drug related trends including clothing, logos, music, terms, energy drinks, concentrates, concealment areas, and much more. Dealing with Daubert: What to Expect with Florida s New Evidential Standard Mr. Garett M. Berman, Florida Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor General Sessions This session will explore the recent changes to Florida Statute regarding expert witness testimony. You will learn the new standard and what it requires for expert testimony in cases involving breath testing, HGN, DRE evaluations, blood testing, etc. Breakout Sessions - Specifically for Florida officers: Legislative Update Mr. Pete Stoumbelis, Senior Assistant General Counsel, Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Mr. Stoumbelis will present the new laws passed during the recent legislative session and examine their impact on law enforcement procedures. Florida DUI Case Law Update Mr. Lee Cohen, Attorney, Herman Law Always a popular session, Mr. Cohen will give you a comprehensive update on the DUI case law in Florida and what you need to know as a law enforcement officer. Pertinent cases that have surfaced and their effects upon procedures and prosecution will be discussed.
3 Higher Roads Ahead A Closer Look at Marijuana and Driving Mr. Chuck Hayes, DRE Regional Operations Coordinator, International Association of Chiefs of Police Mr. Hayes will take a closer look at the impact that marijuana -- both legal and illegal -- is having on our nation s roadways. He will include an examination of over 200 DRE evaluations along with the driving behaviors and other indicators of impairment that are associated with various blood levels of THC in the driver s system. The Do s and Don ts for a DUI Investigator: A Case Study Review of Recent Events Lieutenant Hans Lehman, Lakeland (Florida) Police Department During this session, we will share some of the recent events that have affected local DUI Units. We will discuss extremely critical points as we show you what can happen when officers are not prepared or procedures are not followed. We ll also explain the importance of mentoring new officers and training beyond the SFST. DEA s Diversion Unit Mr. Robert L. Hill, Executive Assistant, Office of Diversion Control, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration In this session, you will learn how to identify the types and characteristics of fraudulent prescriptions, the most abused prescription drugs, their street values and the methods of diversion used to illegally obtain them. While we will help you understand the Federal Controlled Substances Act, we will also discuss ways the DEA can assist you in developing your investigation. Mobile Video Techniques Sergeant Allan Kolak, Cape Coral (Florida) Police Department During this session, Sergeant Kolak will teach you how to properly use video systems including camera position, lighting and audio applications when conducting both vehicle and pedestrian contacts. He will discuss how video can help promote professional traffic stops, improve officer safety, and protect officers by accurately documenting activities. Heads Up! Don t Be In-TEXT-icated. Captain Don Hodgson, Paducah (Kentucky) Police Department During this session, you will learn how the Paducah Police Department developed the Heads Up! Don t Be In-TEXT-icated. program in conjunction with the Traffic Enforcement Unit. You will learn the elements of the program along with the best practices and known challenges to consider when implementing a similar program in your agency. Performance Driven Thinking in the Fight Against Drugs in America Mr. Bobby Kipper, President/CEO, The Kipper Group Breakout Sessions In this session, you will learn how to incorporate performance driven thinking at your agency in the fight against community drug issues. We will provide you with the definition of performance driven thinking and showcase a national model which includes drug prevention, intervention, enforcement and recovery. Mr. Kyle Clark, IPTM DRE Coordinator SFST Update The NHTSA/IACP s Standardized Field Sobriety Testing curriculum was revised in May, The update includes changes to the formatting of the curriculum, the training videos, and highlights of the accuracy of the San Diego Field Validation Study. DWI Instructors will learn how to most effectively use the new formatting to their teaching advantage. You must be present at 5:00pm on July 16, 2014 to receive your certificate.
4 Annual Breath Test Update Officer Luis Lopez, DRE, Jacksonville (Florida) Sheriff s Office Officer Lopez will teach you how to distinguish different signs of drug and alcohol impairment and how to properly navigate the potential pitfalls of the non-typical breath test in order to avoid procedural errors and other common mistakes. He ll show you techniques that will improve your ability to write concise, detailed notations that can be better presented in court. In addition, he ll review current case law and active motions in relation to breath testing in Florida. Use of UV [Black] Light for Pupil Size Measurement and Other Assessments Dr. Karl Citek, Professor of Optometry, Pacific University College of Optometry Dr. Citek will explain how a UV light (a.k.a. black light ) can be used to measure pupil size in the Near-Total Darkness component of a DRE. The physics and physiology of the phenomenon will be described, as well as the conditions under which it is intended to be used. Other uses of a UV light, such as verifying IDs and checking for drug residue, will also be discussed. HGN Workshop Mr. Kyle Clark, IPTM DRE Coordinator Dr. Jack Richman, Optometrist (retired) & DRE Instructor for Massachusetts This class is designed to prepare officers and prosecutors to be effective in presenting cases involving the use of Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus. A condensed version of IPTM s Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus Workshop for Law Enforcement and Prosecutors course, this session will feature a review of the current HGN protocols as well as detailed information from an optometrist concerning the physiology and interpretation of the HGN test. Violent Traffic Stop Encounters Mr. Edward Hart, Owner/Operator, Hammerdown Tactical, LLC. Mr. Randy Post, Owner/Operator, Hammerdown Tactical, LLC. This session will teach you how to employ proper gun fighting tactics during a deadly traffic stop encounter. You will gain an understanding of bullet bounce paths and the penetration values of certain ammunitions. We ll teach you how to build confidence through knowledge, practice and experience to shoot into or from a vehicle while utilizing the vehicle as a source of cover. Forensic Evidence Collection for the DUI and Traffic Crash Investigator Mr. Donald Barker, Forensic Training Coordinator, IPTM Breakout Sessions This session will provide the latest updates, best practices and procedures for the location and recovery of physical evidence from crash vehicles. We will discuss the collection of evidence from both the interior and exterior of the vehicles in order to associate an individual with a vehicle and with a seating position within that vehicle. We will demonstrate forensic light sources for trace, hair and fiber collection along with camera techniques and packaging for DNA evidence collection. BAR Hearings Ms. Kathy Jimenez-Morales, Bureau Chief, Bureau of Administrative Reviews, Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles This session will update you on the recent changes to the Bureau of Administration Review hearings as well as hot topic issues that concern officers statewide. Register online at:
5 We also invite you to take advantage of the following course we are conducting immediately after the Symposium: DRE Recertification Training (8 hours) July 17, 2014 St. Pete Beach, Florida Class is restricted to DREs who are current, active law enforcement and prosecutors employed by a governmental agency. As required by the Drug Evaluation Classification Program international standards, every DRE must receive a minimum of 8 hours of recertification training within two years of their most recent certification. This course will focus on the following topics: SFST Update: History, Development and Latest Revisions Mr. Dick Studdard, LAPD (retired) Mr. Chuck Hayes, DRE Regional Operations Coordinator, International Association of Chiefs of Police In this presentation, Mr. Studdard and Mr. Hayes will look back at the history and development of the Standardized Field Sobriety Test (SFST) battery, consisting of the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (HGN), Walk and Turn, and One Leg Stand tests. They will describe some of the key critical original research that helped identify this battery and will help clarify the proper administration and scoring of these tests. They ll also provide you with an overview of the history of the updates that were made relating to the training curriculum and the process involved in future revisions and updates. DRE Reconstruction: A Forensic Approach to Identifying Drug Impairment Detective John Cullen, Jacksonville (Florida) Sheriff s Office Detective Darrell Edmonds, Jacksonville (Florida) Sheriff s Office Detective Cullen and Detective Edmonds will discuss the post-incident process of collecting, analyzing, and interpreting evidence in order to reconstruct the subject s state of sobriety at the time of the incident. Referred to as a DRE Reconstruction, this usually takes place in cases where limited field sobriety and/or DRE testing has occurred. To help determine the subject s state of sobriety, you will learn about the many other pieces of evidence that can be used, including medical records, toxicology analysis, cell phone technology, witness observations, and much more. Note: This course satisfies the 8-hour recertification training requirement for Florida DREs. Audience: Drug Recognition Experts, DRE Instructors Course fee: $295 To register online for the Symposium and/or the DRE Recertification Training course, visit:
6 INSTITUTE OF POLICE TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT Institute of Police Technology and Management University of North Florida Registration Form Occupation (Rank) Employer (Agency Name) Course Title: Course Dates: Course Location: Course Fee*: CONTACT INFORMATION First Name Day Phone Middle Initial Student Fax Number Last Name Student Address Address 2 Zip Code Americans with Disabilities Act Program Accessibility: City Individuals who require reasonable accommodation in order to participate must notify the registrar at (904) 620-IPTM at least five working days prior to the class. State PERSONAL INFORMATION COURSE INFORMATION * Due to very limited seating, a $250 non-refundable deposit is required in order to register for computer software or digital photography courses. Payment or purchase order must be submitted with registration. For online courses, full payment must be received at least one week prior to the first day of class. Please do not make airline reservations until you receive written notification confirming that the course will run as scheduled. REFUND POLICY: A 10% administrative fee will be assessed to all refunds. In lieu of a refund, student substitutions can be made or a credit can be issued for a future course. REGISTERING PERSON S INFORMATION (If different than student) Registering Person s Name Phone Number: Registering Person s Registering Person s Title PURCHASE ORDER NUMBER [ ] FEE ENCLOSED Make checks payable to: Institute of Police Technology and Management [ ] SEND INVOICE TO Return to: Institute of Police Technology and Management/University of North Florida Alumni Drive Jacksonville, Florida Phone: (904) 620-IPTM Fax: (904)
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