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- For Supervisors, I have scheduled the following class to be held at the LIT Police Academy on Tuesday, August 6th. I need you to identify folks to attend. Andy Kessler will be the instructor. Thanks, Chief
The purpose of the ADAPT (Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Training) program is to provide University law enforcement officers with all of the tools necessary in the prevention of alcohol and drug abuse among college students.
The ADAPT program has been developed under the guidance of law enforcement officers, the Texas Department of Transportation, campus law enforcement officers and staff from the Texas Municipal Police Association.
Training Topics Include:
DWI Enforcement on Campus
Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault
Alcohol and Drug Abuse by College Students
Other Relevant Challenges Facing Law Enforcement on Campus
Officers who attend and successfully complete the course are eligible for 8 hours of TCLEOSE credit (#6017 Reducing Impaired Driving Adult/Youth).
Gary Duncan MPA, LCC
Director/Regional Police Academy
Chief Jason Goodrich
Lamar University Police Department