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Colonel William Cavenaugh, USMC (ret) retired as a Captain from the Laguna Beach Police Department after 30 years of service in California. The majority of his career was spent in uniform, assigned to traffic enforcement as a motorcycle officer during which time he made thousands of arrests for DUI. Since 1986 he has conducted a one-week long POST approved course on DUI enforcement. The course has regularly been one of the highest rated course in California POST training. Bill also recently retired as a Colonel form the Marine Corps Reserve after thirty-six years of service.

 

Colonel William Cavenaugh is the recipient of MADD, USA’s Lifetime Achievement award for his contribution to DUI enforcement. In 2004, Bill received the Governor’s Award for Life Time Achievement in California law enforcement training, primarily for his efforts in DUI enforcement education. Colonel William Cavenaugh is the author of DUI Enforcement: The Street Cops Guide to The Recognition, Arrest and Successful Prosecution of Alcohol and Drug Impaired Drivers.


DUI Enforcement: The Street Cops Guide to The Recognition, Arrest and Successful Prosecution of Alcohol and Drug Impaired Drivers
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According to the book description of DUI Enforcement: The Street Cops Guide to The Recognition, Arrest and Successful Prosecution of Alcohol and Drug Impaired Drivers, “This text is designed to provide the student with an understanding of the evolution of the methods for conducting narcotics investigations. Interaction among law enforcement agencies as well as contemporary factors regarding investigative complexity will be examined. Students will also be exposed to alternative solutions to the narcotics problem.

 

This textbook is appropriate for criminal justice, criminal investigation, and homeland security programs. It is also suited for programs in emergency management, corporate security, psychology, emergency medical services and healthcare, police academy programs, and continuing professional development.”

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