Law Enforcement Training

We serve law enforcement so they can better serve you.

ENDUI is proud to partner with leading law enforcement agencies statewide to prepare for any situation the road throws at them.

We help law enforcement teams stay road-ready through extensive training courses and programs that teach them how to utilize the latest prevention devices and techniques.

Standard Field Sobriety Testing (SFST) and Refresher

Course Description: The Standardized Field Sobriety Test (SFST) is a series of evaluations used to obtain validated indicators of impairment and establish probable cause for arrest.


Drug Recognition Expert (DRE)

Course Description: The DRE course is a 3-phase certification that includes the 16-hour DRE Pre-school, an overview of DRE evaluation procedures, the seven drug categories, eye examinations and proficiency in conducting SFSTs. Phase two includes an overview of drug evaluation procedures, expanded sessions on each drug category, drug combinations, examination of vital signs, case preparation, courtroom testimony, and Curriculum Vitae (C.V.) preparation. During phase three, the candidate must complete a minimum of 12 drug evaluations under the supervision of a trained DRE instructor. Of those 12 evaluations, the officer must identify an individual under the influence of at least three of the seven drug categories and obtain a minimum 75% toxicological corroboration rate. The office must then pass a final exam and be approved by two DRE instructors before being certified as a DRE.


Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (ARIDE)

Course Description: This 16-hour course bridges the gap between the SFST and DRE courses. Participants learn how to observe, identify and articulate the signs of impairment related to drugs, alcohol or a combination of both.


Breath Test Operator Training (Intoxilyzer 8000)

Course Description: This course is designed to certify law enforcement personnel as Breath Test Operators. Certification is governed by the rules and guidelines of the State of Oklahoma’s Board of Tests for Alcohol and Drug Influence. Participants are trained on the theoretical basis of breath testing, operation of approved breath-testing equipment, administration of breath tests and the completion of Oklahoma-approved blood kits. Candidates participate in practical exercises, scenarios and written testing.