Law Enforcement Trainings
14th Annual Impaired Driving Conference
Conference will begin at 8:30 a.m. on Monday and the last session will end at 5 p.m. Tuesday will begin at 8 a.m. and will conclude at 4:30 p.m. Continental breakfast and lunch will be served both days.
Pending CLE approval: 16 hours, including 2 hours of Ethics
Hotel reservation information and agenda will be available soon.
Holiday Inn - East Wichita
549 S. Rock Rd.
Wichita, KS 67207
Hotel reservation deadline is October 6, 2019.
Sales Tax Exemption for Lodging
Prosecutor of the Year Award
This award will be presented annually to a prosecutor who has worked tirelessly to save lives in impaired driving and vehicular homicide cases. Nominees will exhibit true leadership in DUI and/or vehicular homicide prosecution that goes above and beyond their basic job description. Examples may include the use of innovative approaches, community outreach, training initiatives, including the outstanding prosecution of a case or cases throughout the year. This award will be given at the conference.
DUI Lethal Weapon 2019
Coming this Fall, this year’s class will feature lead instructors Dr. John Kwasnoski, Professor Emeritus of Forensic Physics at Western New England University, and Jim Camp, former Tennessee TSRP.
A variety of topics will be covered including: Physics Principles, Pedestrian Collision, Single Vehicle Collisions, Occupant Kinematics, Intersection Collision, IN-Line Collisions, Implied Consent, Toxicology-medical records, C.H.A.R.T. Team, Prosecutor's Role at the Scene, Commercial Vehicles, Hit and Run Homicide, Charging Considerations, Preparing the Reconstructionist for Court, Cross-Examination for the Defense Reconstructionist
This will be a power packed three days of great information on crash investigation, crash reconstruction, and crash prosecution. The class is open to both prosecutors and law enforcement officers. And the best part? It is FREE! Lunch will be provided each day for all participants.
There are scholarships available for 35 single occupancy dorm rooms at KLETC on a first come first serve basis that will provide your lodging and meals at NO COST to you or your agency.
Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (A.R.I.D.E) is a 16-hour training course designed for officers that are highly proficient and active in alcohol impaired driving enforcement. This is advanced training for officers that have completed Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (SFST) training to give them additional skills to recognize signs and symptoms of impairment from drugs other than alcohol.
Officers applying to attend the ARIDE course must be currently credentialed in SFST and will be required to first pass a proficiency test demonstrating their skills in conducting the three SFST tests, which are the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus Test, Walk and Turn Test and the One Leg Stand Test. Officers unable to demonstrate acceptable proficiency will not be allowed to complete the training. ARIDE training, in addition to current SFST Training and Credentialing, is now a pre-requisite for DRE Training starting with the 2017 DRE Class.
This course is free to all officers.
September 10-11, 2019
Tri-State Law Enforcement Teen Safety Impact Group
Meetings occur on first Thursday of each month.
September 5, 2019
Decades of Wheels
1143 Military Ave, Baxter Springs, KS 66713
Lunch will be provided.
Meetings occur on third Wednesday of each month.