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Advanced Detection, Apprehension, & Prosecution of Persons Under the Influence of Alcohol (OVI)

Course ID: OSP-JPSeminarsSFST

The purpose of this class is to familiarize full-time judges and prosecutors throughout the State of Ohio, with the methods and technical elements regarding the apprehension and prosecution of the impaired drivers. There will also be a review of current case law trends from around the State of Ohio resulting from the prosecution of OVI offenders.

Upon completion of this course, the attendees will have a thorough understanding of the critical elements necessary to successfully prosecute the impaired driver and the case laws that also affect such prosecutions. Highly trained and experienced veterans who are considered leaders in their respective fields will be the instructors used to teach this six hour block of instruction. PowerPoint handouts and the certified NHTSA OVI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing manual will be provided for note taking and future reference. The number of CLE hours received will be determined by the Ohio Supreme court prior to the course commencing.

Training Schedule
  • November 16, 2018
Course Details
  • Class size: 30
  • Meals provided: Yes
  • Lodging provided: No
  • Cost: None, NHTSA-funded

Electronic Speed Measuring Devices

Course ID: OSP-JPSeminarsESMD

The purpose of this class is to familiarize full-time judges and prosecutors throughout the State of Ohio with the theory, technical, and operational aspects of Electronic Speed Measuring Devices (ESMD) used within the state of Ohio. Upon completion of this course, the attendees will have a good understanding of training and operational requirements required for effective and reliable ESMD operation by professional law enforcement officers. State approved ESMD instructors are used to teach this seven hour block of instruction. The certified instructors have used the RADARs and LIDARs and have experience in repairing them. A class textbook and PowerPoint handouts are provided for note taking and future reference. This portion of the training is administered by Judge Teresa L. Liston.

Part of the course is dedicated to practical judicial information including admissibility, judicial notice and testimony pertaining to Electronic Speed Measuring Devices.

Training Schedule
  • December 11, 2018
Course Details
  • Class size: 30
  • Meals provided: Yes
  • Lodging provided: No
  • Cost: None, NHTSA-funded
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Ohio State Highway Patrol
1970 West Broad Street
Columbus, Ohio 43223

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PO Box 182074
Columbus, Ohio 43218-2074

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