2019 Indiana SFST Instructor Refresher Training

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Hamilton County Fairgrounds

2003 Pleasant Street

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Noblesville, IN 46060

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This training is sponsored by the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute to update SFST Instructors on the lastest case law decisions affect impaired driving enforcement as well as any updates provided by NHTSA, IACP, TSI, and the TAP (Technical Advisory Panel) of the DECP Program.

All SFST Instructors should attend an eight (8) hour in-service every two years in order to be compliant with IACP Reccommended Standards for SFST Instructors

Training is scheduled for eight hours, with topics and presenters of:

Chris Daniels, Indiana Prosecuting Attorney's Council, SFST Case Law and Legal Update

Dr. Shelia Arnold and Christina Rainey, Indiana State Department of Toxicology, Tox Updates and Testing


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Hamilton County Fairgrounds

2003 Pleasant Street

Exhibit Hall

Noblesville, IN 46060

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Organizer Indiana Criminal Justice Institute

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The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (ICJI) is the State planning agency for criminal justice, juvenile justice, traffic safety and victim services. ICJI is designated as the State Administering Agency for distribution of federal funds, and as the State Statistical Analysis Center for research.

Further, ICJI is responsible for coordinating and collaborating with local, state and federal entities to identify, assess, plan, resource and evaluate new and emerging issues facing the criminal justice and public safety spectrum. ICJI works with local, state, and federal entities to evaluate programs associated with: prevention, detection & solution of crimes; law enforcement and criminal/juvenile justice, in an effort to improve and coordinate all aspects of law enforcement and criminal/juvenile justice.

In addition, ICJI works to develop new methods for the prevention & reduction of crime, while stimulating research & compiling and analyzing information/data for dissemination to decision makers.

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