DUI EVALUATOR TESTING PROTOCOLS &
TIPS TO PREPARE FOR THE EXAM
1. Prior to testing, applicants must submit their application to the Department. The applicant will be
notified in writing when all of the requirements have been satisfied and they are cleared to test.
2. The $25.00 application processing fee must be submitted with the application and is NON-
3. The Department will correspond with the applicant and copy the Community Resource
Development Specialist (CRDS) for the applicable region when the applicant is cleared to test.
4. Following the written approval from the Department, applicants wishing to take the exam need to
register with the Regional CRDS.
5. The letter of clearance must be presented to the CRDS prior to the exam.
6. Exams will be administered at the DHW regional office unless otherwise stated by the CRDS.
7. Exams will be conducted at the time set by the CRDS.
Department of Health and Welfare Community Resource Development Specialists (CRDS’s):
Region 1 – Corinne Johnson (208) 665-8817
Region 2 – Darrell Keim (208) 799-4338
Region 3 – Joy Husmann (208) 455-7106
Region 4 – Laura Thomas (208) 334-6866
Region 5 – Lewis Andrews (208) 239-6284
Region 6 – Lewis Andrews (208) 239-6284
Region 7 – Kama Johnson (208) 528-5783
Following are study recommendations for the DUI Evaluator’s exam:
Knowledge of IDAPA 16.06.08 – Rules and Minimum Standards for DUI Evaluators.
Knowledge of Idaho Supreme Court Misdemeanor Criminal Rule 9.4.
Knowledge of approved assessment tools for DUI evaluations.
Knowledge of criteria for evaluating alcohol and other drug use, misuse, abuse, and dependence.
Knowledge of behavior, patterns, and progressive stages of alcohol and other drugs.
Knowledge of confidentiality regulations.
Knowledge of blood alcohol content (BAC).
Knowledge of self-help resources.
The exam contains 59 multiple choice and 5 essay questions. Multiple choice questions are worth
1 point each. Essay questions are worth 30 points each. The minimum passing score is 169. Be
prepared to present well thought out and complete responses to the essay questions.
The CRDS will send us your completed exam. Once the exam reaches this office, our goal is to
score the exam and send a letter out with the results within ten (10) business days.
Substance Use Disorders
Idaho Department of Health and Welfare