"University of Maryland Institute of Advanced Law Enforcement Studies"
DUI INSTITUTE FEE - $1,700 Includes: Lodging, breakfast and lunch (Monday- CANDIDATE QUALIFICATIONS University of Maryland Thursday) and Thursday dinner, commencement ceremony, and all instructional materials. The successful candidate must: Institute of Advanced Scholarships are available to Maryland Law Enforcement officers through their Community Traffic • possess comprehension skills suitable for Law Enforcement Studies Safety Programs. college level study Method of Payment • possess a strong work ethic Total Payment Enclosed $1,700 • aspire to be a leader in all aspects of _ Check/ Money Order enclosed (payable to Univ. of Maryland) DUI enforcement _ Purchase order enclosed, P.O. # • currently be significantly involved in DUI _____________________ enforcement in either an active or training _ Charge my credit card: _ Visa _ MasterCard _ AmEx capacity Cardholder Name (please print) • be SFST trained (DRE recommended) Cardholder Address • be able to provide a 100% student commitment TAKE YOUR DUI ENFORCEMENT City State Zip Graduation requires 100% attendance and SKILLS TO THE NEXT LEVEL Credit card number ________________________________________ successful completion of a final written examination. Expiration Date _________________ Security Code __________ APPLICATION PROCEDURES Program Dates: Cardholder Signature ______________________________________ There are 3 parts to the application process for the June 20 – 25, 2010 DUI Institute: 1. Complete the application found on this Application Deadline: Applications are processed Brochure or visit www.oes.umd.edu/dui Session VII and best qualified candidates are admitted on a first- 2. Complete a brief Statement of Purpose come, first-served bases. For best consideration, 3. Submit a letter of recommendation from complete applications should be received by June 1, An intensive, advanced instructional program your agency’s Chief Executive Officer 2010. Applications will not be considered after June 4, for Law Enforcement officers who desire a 2010. Submit all materials with payment to: comprehensive understanding of impaired DUI Institute driving issues and are committed to taking a Cancellation Policy: Cancellations received by the Office of Extended Studies University of Maryland by June 18, 2010 will be leadership role in DUI enforcement. 0132 Main Administration Building refunded less a $75 processing fee. No refunds will University of Maryland be given on cancellations received after June 18, 2010 College Park, MD 20742 If an accepted applicant is unable to attend, his/her ATTN: Stephanie McKissic agency may nominate another individual. Application FAX: 301-314-9572 materials for substitutes and requests for cancellation must be submitted in writing and faxed to: Questions? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org DUI Institute Office of Extended Studies University of Maryland FAX: 301-314-9572 OBJECTIVES TOPICS INCLUDE APPLICATION Complete all information below or download the application The Institute features a challenging university- Physiology of Alcohol & Human Body form at www.oes.umd.edu/dui. level curriculum, incorporating a comprehensive Historical Perspectives of Drinking instructional approach by examining all pertinent Salutation issues in DUI enforcement. These Issues include Assessment & Treatment of DUI Offenders in social concerns and management perspectives, Maryland Name emerging enforcement strategies, effective courtroom presentations, and advanced SFST Status & Effectiveness of DUI Prevention Organization training. Approaches At the conclusion of this institute, students will Addiction – Diagnosis, Referral, Treatment & Job Title/Position be able to: Recovery 1. Compare the relative effectiveness of DUI/Drug Courts Address Line 1 different impaired driving counter- measures. Historical Perspectives on Police Management 2. State several strategies for increasing Address Line 2 Organizational Behavior and the Law police officer motivation for apprehending drunk and impaired drivers. Enforcement Community City, State, and Zip Code Daytime Phone 3. Demonstrate current, updated SFST Trial Tips for DUI Cases procedures. 4. Demonstrate effective court room and trial Courtroom Testimony & Anticipating the Defense E-Mail Address techniques when giving testimony for DWI Advanced SFST Updates with Practical and impaired driving cases. Chief’s Name and Title Application Workshop 5. Identify significant trends in the history of police management and the main factors Technologies in Substance Abuse Management Chief’s Phone Number in organizational behavior related to Highway Safety Systems impaired driving enforcement. 6. Identify the major historical influences of alcohol’s role in our society. 7. List the main diagnostic features of alcohol SPONSORED BY Statement of Purpose: Describe your interest in this course • Department of Public and Community Health, and your DUI enforcement experience. addiction, intervention and treatment. University of Maryland The Institute also includes interactive exercises • Office of Extended Studies, University of Maryland including "Catch ‘Em If You Can." • Maryland Highway Safety Office • National Highway Traffic Safety Administration FACULTY University of Maryland Faculty & Participants who successfully complete Professional Staff the Institute training will receive forty Highway Safety Experts & Researchers MPCTC In-Service Credits as well as Treatment & Court Experts University of Maryland Certificates of DUI Prosecutors Completion. Drug Recognition Experts