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Managing Alcohol-Related Cases With
Continuous Alcohol Monitoring

A Free Lunch & Learn Seminar Designed for Court Professionals

With the various options of monitoring technologies available, it can be a challenge to find the right solution to manage alcohol clients. Continuous Alcohol Monitoring is one way to truly know that alcohol clients are staying sober and your efforts are having a positive impact. During this seminar, learn about the science behind continuous alcohol monitoring, and discover how implementing evidence-based practices reduces recidivism.

Who Should Attend?

This seminar is designed for judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, and other legal professionals who are involved with cases pertaining to alcohol-related offenses like driving under the influence or domestic violence, and who would like a better understanding of transdermal alcohol monitoring technology.

Seminar Details

  • We will coordinate all logistics with you and will conduct the seminar at your office or a location convenient to you.
  • Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit may be available in your state. Please ask for more information.
  • Complimentary lunch will be provided to all registered attendees.
  • Seminars are typically 1 – 1 ½ hours in length and are customized to fit the audience and jurisdiction.

Seminar Outline

During this seminar, you will:

  • Learn how alcohol is metabolized in the body and the difference between blood alcohol concentration (BAC) and transdermal alcohol concentration (TAC)
  • Understand the role of continuous alcohol monitoring, how it tests for and confirms alcohol consumption, and explain how alcohol clients can drink around breath testing
  • Learn about the science and research behind transdermal monitoring and how it can be used to prevent re-offense and create long-term behavior change
  • Understand how evidence-based practices are critical to reducing rates of recidivism

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