Court Supervision in Impaired Driving Cases

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Days & Times

8 a.m. Hawaii
10 a.m. Alaska
11 a.m. Pacific
12 p.m. Mountain
1 p.m. Central
2 p.m. Eastern
Duration: 75 minutes

 

Course Location

Online

Online

July 29, 2021

Using Monitoring & Accountability—An Affordable Approach Targeting All High-Risk Offenders

This webinar will focus on simple and affordable accountability techniques courts can employ with high-risk impaired driving offenders to dramatically reduce recidivism, collisions, injuries and deaths.

What will I learn?

During this course, you will learn to:

  • Identify evidence-based data to identify high-risk impaired driving offenders;
  • Design an affordable supervision system for those offenders; and
  • Identify ways to use evidence-based monitoring and accountability principles to significantly reduce recidivism for that population.

Faculty: Hon. Richard Vlavianos

- This webinar may be eligible for Continuing Legal and Judicial Education (CLE/CJE) credits under most state boards/bars/commissions. - Please check with the state which you intend to file with regarding requirements for CLE/CJE webinar consideration. - The Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on CLE, the Kansas Continuing Legal Education Commission, and Nevada CLE Board do not allow individuals to submit CLE directly on webinars. Contact the registrar should you need this webinar submitted to any state mentioned above.

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This webinar will focus on simple and affordable accountability techniques courts can employ with high-risk impaired driving offenders to dramatically reduce recidivism, collisions, injuries and deaths.

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