The Prosecuting Attorneys' Council of Georgia, in cooperation with the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety is excited to present Joint Law Enforcement and Prosecutor Impaired Driver Training!
The threat of fatalities and injuries persistently menace Georgia's driving public . According to the Georgia Department of Transportation, motor vehicle fatalities increased in 2020, and again in 2021, after several years of declining. In 2020, Georgia had a total 1,664 fatalities, 402 were alcohol-impaired related. That represents 24% of the fatalities. Successfully investigating and prosecuting Impaired Driving and vehicular homicide cases require that all law enforcement work, train, and learn together. This FREE program is specifically designed to bring together police officers and prosecutors in your area to learn and discuss the latest strategies and techniques for investigating and prosecuting DUI and related offenses that occur in your jurisdiction.
12 CLE and/or POST hours are offered. The only reimbursements that will be offered are to staff of the District Attorneys' Offices if their DA approves of the travel.
TWO DAY TRAINING SESSION INCLUDES: Case Law Update, the Georgia DUI, Phases of Detection, ALS, Practical Exercises, Getting your Evidence, Direct Examination, the DRE program, Cannabis Impaired DUI, Charging Decisions and Effective Report Writing.
Meet the team! This video will introduce the traffic safety team and what to expect from this training.
This is a FREE training session. Prosecutors and Law Enforcement Officers are invited to attend. If you would like to attend this training, please register ASAP. If your agency or office would like to schedule this training in your jurisdiction, please contact Tommy Grier with the Prosecuting Attorneys' Council at (770) 282-6300 or email@example.com.
If you are interested in specialized training on traffic safety or impaired driving issues, please contact Gilbert Crosby at 770.282.6361 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that this is for Prosecutors and Law Enforcement only. If you are defense attorney or work in that field, you are not eligible to attend.