Impaired driving cases are very subjective in nature. The introduction of drugs other than, or in addition to alcohol, complicates the investigation. ARIDE is a two day, NMDPS accredited course, designed to introduce the roadside officer to signs and symptoms associated with drug impairment. This is offered at no cost to the Law Enforcement Agency. Information about this training program can be found at www.nmdre.org
A drug recognition expert or drug recognition evaluator (DRE) is a police officer trained to recognize impairment in drivers under the influence of drugs other than, or in addition to, alcohol. The New Mexico DRE Program hold a three-phase Drug Recognition Expert Certification Training annually. This is offered at no cost to the Law Enforcement Agency. Information about this training program can be found at www.nmdre.org
BRV Instructors are qualified to teach a wide spectrum of Law Enforcement trainings. Contact us to discuss additional options and allow us to build the class around your agency's specific needs!
In 2018 the F.B.I. classified 27 shootings in the United States as 'Active Shooter' shootings. These shootings resulted in 213 casualties. Two of these incidents in 2018 were in the State of New Mexico. It's a worst-case scenario and everyone's worst nightmare. How would you react if it happened at your workplace? BRV Consulting offers 4 or 8 hour courses for you and your employees.