Lifeloc Technologies Announces New Alcohol Testing Training and Certification Program Designed for Judicial and Corrections Professionals

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Lifeloc is the leading provider of breath alcohol testing premiers new program at the National Association of Drug Court Professionals’ Annual Conference.

Lifeloc Technologies (http://www.lifeloc.com/), Colorado based technology company and corporate sponsor of the National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP), will host an exhibit at their annual conference in Seattle on June 21-23, 2006. During the conference, Lifeloc will announce a new training and certification program designed for judicial and corrections professionals, covering operation and calibration of alcohol testing devices and the proper conduct of alcohol assessment tests to ensure valid results.

Since its founding in 1983, Lifeloc Technologies (http://www.lifeloc.com/) has brought major advances and new products to the industry, making breath alcohol testing easier, faster, and more reliable for any corrections professional tasked with monitoring alcohol use.

At the National Association of Drug Court Professionals’ annual conference Lifeloc will feature their popular FC-Series fuel cell based Portable Breath Tester, employing their patented and proprietary technology. One Lifeloc FC series portable breath tester can do the work that formerly required the use of several instruments, and can provide years of trouble-free service equating to tens of thousands of tests. The Lifeloc Technologies FC10 and FC20 models are extremely reliable, responsive, and easy-to-use. These alcohol testing instruments are used throughout the United States by Law Enforcement, Corrections, and Judicial professionals who require evidential caliber testing.

As will be announced at the National Association of Drug Court Professionals conference, Lifeloc Technologies is now able to provide factory operator training and certification for any corrections professional engaged in alcohol assessment tests and screening. The training course is CD-based and covers the science and basics of breath alcohol testing, different types of devices and their strengths and weaknesses, a complete explanation of passive testing, calibration explained, operation and calibration of the FC10 and FC20 models and operator certification and registration. This training will further support the Drug Courts’ establishment and mission.

The nationwide establishment of Drug Courts is expanding rapidly, integrating alcohol and other drug treatment services with justice system case processing. The mission of Drug Courts is to stop the abuse of alcohol and other drugs and related criminal activity. Drug Courts promote recovery through a coordinated response to offenders dependent on alcohol and other drugs. Lifeloc Technologies aims to assist Drug Court Professionals in their efforts by providing them with the tools, technology and training needed to properly administer and conduct alcohol assessment tests.

Lifeloc Technologies’ new training and certification program emphasizes Lifeloc’s dedication to providing the latest technology in drug alcohol testing to make the job of the corrections personnel easier, safer, and far less time consuming. The company continues to support the positive work and proven, remarkable effectiveness of the rapidly expanding Drug Court and DWI Court movement.

About Lifeloc Technologies:

For over twenty years, Denver based Lifeloc Technologies (http://www.lifeloc.com) has served the business, law enforcement and corrections communities by providing high-tech alcohol testing devices. Used in over 35 countries, Lifeloc's breath alcohol testing devices are recognized for their ease-of-use, reliability, and long life. Lifeloc products have been tested and approved by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a part of the U.S. Department of Transportation, as well as multiple state forensic laboratories in the U.S. and in many other countries.

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