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RADAR / LIDAR Train the Trainer (TtT), Instructor Certification Course - JULY 2022

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The RADAR / LIDAR Train the Trainer (TtT), Instructor Certification Course is designed for experienced law enforcement professionals with current training and certification in the operation of RADAR / LIDAR. This 4-day intensive course is based on the Understanding Police Traffic RADAR & LIDAR program ©1998 www.lawenforcementservices.biz, LLC, created by Master Instructor Les LANGFORD, and endorsed by Northwestern University Center for Public Safety. This international curriculum offers the most up-to-date detailed information and techniques for operators and instructors of modern RADAR / LIDAR speed measurement technology used across North America. This program has been the framework for outstanding traffic safety programs and successful court prosecutions in Alberta since 2005. Upon completion, participants will become trained and certified RADAR / LIDAR Instructors for a 3-year period. Instructor re-certification is available for ongoing, active instructors.
*NOTE: Although this course conforms to the Traffic Safety Act of Alberta, Canada; and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, USA, it does NOT apply to Automated Traffic Enforcement (ATE) standards and requirements in Alberta, Canada.

Shawn BAKER, Strathcona County Traffic Services shawn.baker@strathcona.ca
Clarence NELSON, Leduc County Enforcement Services clarence@leduc-county.com

In-person at Strathcona County Fire Station 4 Heartland Hall 55305 RR 214, Fort Sask, AB

- Class size: 12 participants maximum
- Dates: July 22, 23, 24, 25, 2022. Participants must attend all 4 days in-person to be certified
- Time: 0900-1600 each day.
- Format: First 2-days will consist of academic instruction, and chapter review. A final written exam will take place on the 3rd day. Successful participants will be permitted to move onto the remaining 2-days of practical exercises and teaching practicum. Participants are responsible for providing their own lunch, snacks, drinks. Adequate breaks will be provided.
- Cost: $750+ G.S.T. includes all course expenses and the following materials:
o Understanding Police Traffic RADAR / LIDAR manual. This 200 page booklet is professionally written and published with all course content, illustrations, chapter reviews, International Association of Chiefs of Police Conforming Products List, formulas, case law, and glossary of terms. This manual is continually updated with the latest technology and case law.
o Instructor’s presentation and curriculum. A flash drive containing more than 560 digital slides, 44 videos, and audio clips matching the printed manual.
o Final written exam and supporting documentation.
- Order of dress: business casual, unless bringing a marked vehicle, which must be operated in full uniform and with permission from originating agency.

- Participants must bring either a scientific calculator or smart phone, and writing supplies
- Participants are strongly encouraged to bring RADAR / LIDAR instruments from their agencies in good working order (both hand-held and/or fixed in patrol vehicle are acceptable).

Prior to receiving instruction all participants must:
- Possess a current Police or Peace Officer appointment, and
- Be currently trained and certified in modern RADAR and LIDAR equipment, operations and enforcement, and
- Have at least 5 years of practical experience in the operation of modern RADAR and LIDAR.

To register online please visit https://forms.gle/mos2pV6YUXLDmay59
2022 RADAR LIDAR TtT Trainer Course Syllabus - Final.pdf
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Clarence Nelson, Director / Peace Officer
Enforcement Services, Leduc County
Suite 101, 1101-5 Street
Nisku, AB T9E 2X3
Complaints: 780-955-5005
Office: 780-955-4538 Fax: 780-955-5557
E-Mail: clarence@leduc-county.com
Website: http://www.leduc-county.com
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