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Dirigo Safety CEO Scot Mattox, Esq., a long time law enforcement officer and recognized expert on impaired driving detection, is featured as a contributing author in the recent release by the Foundation of Advancing Alcohol Responsibility and the National Traffic Law Center entitled: Cannabis Detection Workshop Handbook. This
The Maine Chiefs of Police Association (MCOPA) is pleased to announce that Dirigo Safety, LLC has been selected to manage the Maine Law Enforcement Accreditation Program (MLEAP). Dirigo brings a wealth of knowledge and extensive experience in the law enforcement
Shawn O’Leary tells audience at Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce Business Breakfast the COVID-19 pandemic seems to be keeping active shooter threats to a minimum this year, but some experts think such incidents could increase in 2021. – centralmaine.com
BANGOR, Maine (WABI) – Police officers from the neighboring communities spent some time at the Bangor Police Department Monday. They’re learning how to be better leaders. It’s part of a course offered by Dirigo Safety and the training’s called “Leadership
The Biddeford Police Department has cited six local businesses for selling alcohol to minors. The police department issued the citations following underage drinking law compliance checks on Nov. 4 and 14 at 30 businesses across the city. Chief Roger Beaupre
DENVER, July 25 (UPI) — Traffic stops are changing in states where marijuana — either recreational or medical — is legal. Now, when someone is pulled over for impaired driving, officers in some states might follow a new protocol that could
AUGUSTA (WGME) — As Maine prepares for the roll out of retail marijuana and the opioid crisis rages on, drugged driving is a growing concern. Police said a deadly crash in Windham last November was caused by a tow truck
AUBURN (NEWS CENTER Maine) — With marijuana legal in Maine, police officers worry that more people will drive under the influence of the drug known for slowing reaction times. While the Maine Criminal Justice Academy presents officers with live, hands-on training
They are not seeking a cannabis blood-level threshold to gauge impaired driving, or a change to Maine’s OUI law.
PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) — AAA and the Maine Bureau of Highway Safety hosted an “Impaired Driving Summit” in Portland Monday, gathering law enforcement officers, prosecutors, and highway safety officials to find the best practices for dealing with people driving under
PORTLAND (WGME) – Driving experts are turning their attention to marijuana. Monday’s AAA driving summit is all about raising awareness and tackling the issue of impaired driving. Experts say they’re worried about marijuana impaired driving as states, including Maine, look
Photo: Bridget Brown | BDN BANGOR, Maine — Bangor police Lt. Thomas Reagan almost feels more at ease dealing with bath salts addicts than being publicly honored for his groundbreaking work against the synthetic drug.
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