OWI Enforcement Training
Michigan offers a comprehensive, three-tiered training program for law enforcement officers on the detection and apprehension of impaired drivers. Each tier builds on the previous to create a complete enforcement curriculum and ensure officers have the highest success at identifying and removing dangerous impaired drivers from the road.
These training programs were developed by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in partnership with the International Association of Chiefs of Police.
ARIDE Training - date and location subject to change
|Dec. 12-13||Grand Haven Community Center||MiTrain - course ID 1030629|
|Dec. 18-19||Grand Blanc Township Police Department||MiTrain - course ID 1030629|
|Jan. 9-10||Gaylord Police Department||MiTrain - course ID 1030629|
|Jan. 17-18||Allegan County Sheriff's Office||MiTrain - course ID 1030629|
SFST Training - date and location subject to change
|Jan. 8-10||Practitioner||Livingston County EMS Building||MiTrain - course ID 1030629|
|Feb. 5-7||Practitioner||Bloomfield Township Police Department||MiTrain - course ID 1030629|
**SFST Practitioner courses consist of 24 hours of training; Refresher courses consist of 4 hours of training
There is no cost to attend this federally funded OWI enforcement training. Compensation for officer time is not provided.
**UPDATE** Program Coordinators
SFST/ARIDE Coordinator - Sgt. Jim Janes, 269-921-5666, firstname.lastname@example.org
DRE Program Coordinator - Mr. Michael P. Harris, 517-420-7889, email@example.com