Join expert Lance Platt in a webinar on DRE investigations as they relate specifically to marijuana. Qualifies for CLE/MIDC.
This webinar will provide you with the opportunity to not only gain expert knowledge from Lance Platt, but you can also apply for two CLE credits*. Mr. Platt will address DRE investigations as they relate specifically to marijuana. Time will be allotted for questions. Attorney Daniel Grow will serve as the moderator of this event.
You will receive a unique link the day of the event in order to join with the option of web video or telephone.
If you have questions, you may contact Jennifer Hinze at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 517-420-1612.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Lance A. Platt, Ph.D., President and founding partner of Platt and Associates, earned a doctorate in Educational Human Resource Development from Texas A&M University located in College Station, Texas after serving as a certified master peace officer with the city of College Station, Texas. Among his many responsibilities, he was in charge of training new recruits.
Doctor Platt was later named Coordinator for the Drug Evaluation and Classification Program (DRE) at Texas A&M’s TEEX Law Enforcement Training Division. Additionally, he was an adjunct instructor at several colleges, where he provided training in law enforcement based on his in-depth first hand knowledge of police practice and procedure.Doctor Platt’s unique combination of doctorate-level education and street level law enforcement experience led him to co-found Walden Platt and Associates in 2002, which later became Platt and Associates Impaired Driving Consulting in 2008, which has become the premiere consulting firm specializing in impaired driving and police tactics and procedure cases throughout the US and beyond. You can rely on consistent top quality results because Dr. Platt insists on personally reviewing each case his firm accepts.
Doctor Platt’s dissertation was entitled An Evaluation of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus Test at a .08 Blood Alcohol Concentration for the State of Texas.
*One credit per hour. A form will be emailed to you after your attendance on the webinar for you to submit to the MIDC. Attorneys must first check with their local system(s) regarding acceptance of credit and/or payment for this session, and if acceptable to the local system the MIDC will track the CLE or refer to the MIDC website: https://michiganidc.gov/cle/
This seminar will cover the key evaluation principles found in the NHTSA Drug Evaluation and Classification Program (DECP-DRE)
The Michigan Association of OWI Attorneys and the State Bar of Michigan Marijuana Law Section have joined hands to present a Drug Evaluation and Classification Course. This training seminar is an overview of the key evaluation principles found in the NHTSA Drug Evaluation and Classification Program (DECP-DRE) led by Lance Platt and team-taught with Fran Gengo, PHARM.D. The course will provide a look at pharmacology from the law enforcement and pharmacologist points of view.
This unique training course will inform the attendee in the most current NHTSA/IACP approved DRE procedures and training curriculum/protocols as well as case planning techniques from a medical and scientific point of view. This training seminar will train the legal professional in:Development and effectiveness of the drug recognition process; Overview of physiology of drugs; The drug evaluation and classification procedures (12 step process); Drug evaluation eye examinations (HGN, VGN, lack of convergence, estimation of pupil size, pupil reaction to light); Vital sign examinations (pulse rates, blood pressure, and body temperature); Seven drug categories; Drug combinations; Analysis of the drug evaluation narrative report and the drug influence evaluation face sheet; and proper use of the drug evaluation matrix to form drug category classification. Attendees will receive a jump drive of the most recent NHTSA DECP course pre-school and long course manuals along with DECP studies and case law as well as ARIDE manuals. Participants will receive a Certification of their mastery of “An Overview of the NHTSA Drug Evaluation and Classification Program (DRE) 2018 Curriculum.” This is a much broader Certification than law enforcement receives when it takes the DRE introductory weekend.
Included with your ticket are the following: lunch on site both days; ongoing snack and beverages; discounted hotel rate. This seminar also qualifies you for 12 CLE credits if you attend both full days.
This seminar is held at the James B. Henry Center for Executive Development on the campus of Michigan State University. It is connected to, and shares a parking lot with the Candlewood Suites of East Lansing. It is also home of Forest Akers gold club and University Club of MSU. To reserve a room at a reduced rate, please mention the MI Association of OWI Attorneys block when calling 517-351-8181. This rate expires on September 2, 2020.
We expect this seminar will sell out. We recommend purchasing your ticket well in advance of the seminar to reserve your seat. Tickets are first come, first served.
If you have questions regarding this event, please contact Jennifer Hinze at email@example.com or (517) 930-0726.
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