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DWI DETECTION AND STANDARDIZED FIELD SOBRIETY TESTING TRAINING GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
1. Ultimate Goal
To increase deterrence of DWI violations, and thereby reduce the number of
crashes, deaths and injuries caused by impaired drivers.
2. Job Performance Objectives
As a result of this training, students will become significantly better able to:
a. Recognize and interpret evidence of DWI violations.
b. Administer and interpret standardized field sobriety tests.
c. Describe DWI evidence clearly and convincingly in written reports and
3. Enabling Objectives
In pursuit of the job performance objectives, students will be able to:
a. Describe the tasks and decisions of DWI detection.
b. Recognize the magnitude and scope of DWI-related crashes, injuries,
deaths, property loss and other social aspects of the DWI problem.
c. Discuss the deterrence effects of DWI enforcement.
d. Discuss the DWI enforcement legal environment.
e. Know and recognize typical vehicle maneuvers and human indicators
symptomatic of DWI that are associated with initial observation of
vehicles in operation.
f. Know and recognize typical reinforcing maneuvers and indicators that
come to light during the stopping sequence.
g. Know and recognize typical sensory and other clues of alcohol
impairment that may be discerned during face-to-face contact with DWI suspects.
h. Know and recognize typical behavioral clues of alcohol impairment
that may be discerned during the suspect's exit from the vehicle.
i. Describe the role and relevance of psychophysical testing in pre-arrest
screening of DWI suspects.
j. Describe the role and relevance of preliminary breath testing in
pre-arrest screening of DWI suspects.
k. Know and carry out appropriate administrative procedures for
validated divided attention psychophysical tests.
l. Know and carry out appropriate administrative procedures for the
horizontal gaze nystagmus test.
m. Know and recognize typical clues of alcohol impairment that may be
discerned during administration of standardized field sobriety tests.
n. Describe the factors that may affect the accuracy of preliminary breath
o. Describe the elements of DWI prosecution and their relevance to DWI
p. Choose appropriate descriptive terms to convey relevant observations
of DWI evidence.
q. Write clear, descriptive narrative DWI arrest reports.
CONTENTS By CHAPTER
1. The Visual Detection of DWI Motorists
2. The Nation’s Top Strategies To Stop Impaired Driving
3. Challenges and Defenses II - Claims and Responses to Common Challenges and Defenses in Driving While Impaired Cases
4. Initiatives to Address Impaired Driving
5. A Guide to Sentencing DWI Offenders
6. DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) Detection & Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Instructor Manual (634 pages in Gallery format)
7. DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) Detection & Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Student Manual (361 pages in Gallery format)
8. Film - Signal 30 (Color; Public Domain; 1959)
9. Film - What About Drinking? (B&W; Public Domain; 1954)
10. Film - Alcohol And The Human Body (B&W; Public Domain; 1949)
11. Film - None For The Road: Teenage Drinking and Driving (B&W; Public Domain; 1957)
12. Film - Where Does It Get You? (B&W; Public Domain; 1946)
13. Promotional Banners And Posters