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New Breath Alcohol Instrument Informational Brochures (PDF Publications)

NPAS Datamaster (DMT-G)
DMT-G Features & Specifications

Contact Information: Tim Brewer 314-409-7901

Intoximeter EC-IR II
or Current Alco Sensor IV

Contact Information: Tim Brewer 314-409-7901

CMI Intoxilyzer Model 8000
MO Intoxilyzer 8000 Features
Contact Information: Bill Collins 402-699-5087

B.A.I.T./BAIID Course Presentations

These documents have been posted for your information or should you wish to print them.

There are two presentations:

  1. Top ten problems/issues frequently encountered in DWI stops/investigations.
  2. A review of Missouri’s BAIID (Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device) program.

Course Descriptions

* Type II Supervisor Course 40-Hours (plus an 8-14 hr. lab)

* Type II Lab – ASIV w/Printer 8-Hr Course

* Type II Lab – Intoxilyer 8000 14-Hr Course

* Type II Lab – Intoximeter DMT 14-Hr Course

* Type II Lab – Intoximeter ECIR II 14-Hr Course

* Type III Operator Course

* Type III Lab – ASIV w/Printer 4-Hr Course

* Type III Lab – Intoxilyer 8000 4-Hr Course

* Type III Lab – Intoximeter DMT 4-Hr Course

* Type III Lab – Intoximeter ECIR II 4-Hr Course


Contact:
If you have questions on B.A.I.T. course offerings or if you need to report a problem with your breath instrument or talk with a lab technician, please call 800-801-3588 or 660-543-4834.

Missouri Safety Center Student Dress Standards The Center is a formal training environment for civilians and professionals alike. All students are asked to follow our dress code which consists of attire that is typically found in a professional office environment; T-shirts, tank tops, shorts or sandals are not appropriate in class. Click here to review the entire student dress standards

*Courses listed which offer WAIVED TUITION for Missouri Law Enforcement Officers are supported through MoDOT’s Traffic and Highway Safety Division.

* Type II Supervisor Course 40-Hours plus an 8-14 Hour Instrument Training

YOU SHOULD ONLY APPLY IF YOU &/or YOUR DEPARTMENT MEET THE FOLLOWING PREREQUISITES:

  1. You must be a P.O.S.T. certified law enforcement officer with a minimum of three years employment service as a law enforcement officer OR be a full time employee of a jail or detention facility.
  2. You must possess a valid Type III permit (Exception – the permit has expired within one year).
  3. Your Department owns one or more breath alcohol instruments.
  4. Your Department currently has less than two Type 2 Supervisors per instrument.

*Meeting these requirements does not guarantee enrollment.

This two-part course is designed to provide the Department of Health training required to maintain and administer breath testing at the local level. Part one (40-Hrs) covers the administration and maintenance issues of maintaining a breath instrument. Part two (8-14 hours depending on the breath-alcohol instrument) is the mandatory, instrument specific, certification for the Department-owned breath instruments.

Part two of the Type II Supervisor process (8-14 hour lab) is scheduled once you are confirmed for enrollment in Part one (40-Hrs). Notification of the specific dates for Part two (8-14 hours) will be established in the second step of the enrollment confirmation process.

When you register for the Type 2 Supervisor Course REMEMBER to check the appropriate instrument(s) you require training on.

Note: We are no longer conducting training on the Intoxilyzer 5000 or the BAC Datamaster.  We can only train on the following instruments:

  • Alco Sensor 4 w/Printer
  • Intox DMT
  • Intox ECIR2
  • Intoxilyzer 8000

All courses conducted in Warrensburg, MO at the Missouri Safety Center, 1200 South Holden, unless otherwise indicated.

P.O.S.T. credit is available for all full-time Missouri law enforcement officers. Tuition is waived for Missouri officers.

NOTE: Once accepted in the course, your Lab (8-14 hour Instrument Training) date will be scheduled and you will receive a confirmation, along with the Pre-Course assignment, via email, which must be completed and ready for review the first hour of day one, of the Type II Supervisor Course.

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* Type II Lab – ASIV w/Printer Course ~ 8-Hours

This course accompanies the Type II Supervisor Course. In order to become a Type II permit holder a law enforcement officer must attend both the Type II Supervisor Course AND at least one Type II Instrument Lab Course. The lab may be attended as “refresher” training; however permission from the breath alcohol program manager must be obtained prior to registration. This course may also be taken when a current Type II permit holder is adding or changing the instrument(s) listed on their Type II permit.

Who may attend? Those seeking a Type II permit for the breath alcohol instrument known as the Alco Sensor IV w/printer, which is approved for evidential breath alcohol testing in the State of Missouri. You may only register for this course if your agency is currently assigned a Alco Sensor IV w/printer.

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* Type II Lab – Intoxilyer 8000 Course ~ 14-Hours

This course accompanies the Type II Supervisor Course. In order to become a Type II permit holder a law enforcement officer must attend both the Type II Supervisor Course AND at least one Type II Instrument Lab. The lab may be attended as “refresher” training; however permission from the breath alcohol program manager must be obtained prior to registration. This course may also be taken when a current Type II permit holder is adding or changing the instrument(s) listed on their Type II permit.

Who may attend? Those seeking a Type II permit for the breath alcohol instrument known as the Intoxilyzer 8000, which is approved for evidential breath alcohol testing in the State of Missouri. You may only register for this course if your agency is currently assigned an Intoxilyzer 8000.

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* Type II Lab – Intoximeters DMT Course ~ 14-Hours

This course accompanies the Type II Supervisor Course. In order to become a Type II permit holder a law enforcement officer must attend both the Type II Supervisor Course AND at least one Type II Instrument Lab. The lab may be attended as “refresher” training; however permission from the breath alcohol program manager must be obtained prior to registration. This course may also be taken when a current Type II permit holder is adding or changing the instrument(s) listed on their Type II permit.

Who may attend? Those seeking a Type II permit for the breath alcohol instrument known as the Intoximeters DMT, which is approved for evidential breath alcohol testing in the State of Missouri. You may only register for this course if your agency is currently assigned an Intoximeters DMT.

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* Type II Lab – Intoximeters ECIR II Course ~ 14-Hours

This course accompanies the Type II Supervisor Course. In order to become a Type II permit holder a law enforcement officer must attend both the Type II Supervisor Course AND at least one Type II Instrument Lab. The lab may be attended as “refresher” training; however permission from the breath alcohol program manager must be obtained prior to registration. This course may also be taken when a current Type II permit holder is adding or changing the instrument(s) listed on their Type II permit.

Who may attend? Those seeking a Type II permit for the breath alcohol instrument known as the Intoximeters ECIR II, which is approved for evidential breath alcohol testing in the State of Missouri. You may only register for this course if your agency is currently assigned an Intoximeters ECIR II.

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* Type III Operator Course

This course includes three (3) sections.

Section 1: the NHTSA 24 hour SFST course. (Hours: 8 Technical, 3 Legal, 13 Skill)
Section 2: the MO DHSS 8 hour Breath-Alcohol Training Course. (Hours: 5 Technical, 3 Legal)
Section 3: the MO DHSS 4 hour Breath-Alcohol Instrument Course. (Hours: 2 Technical, 2 Skill)

NOTE: You may be trained on a maximum of two instruments during this course. Applicants MUSTattend/pass all three of these sections in order to complete the course. Applicants MUST indicate which instrument(s) during the registration process.

POST credit is available (without cost) and tuition is waived for all full-time Missouri law enforcement officers.

The Type 3 Operator Course is offered at the Missouri Safety Center located at 1200 South Holden Street, Warrensburg, MO.

Any student registering to attend one of our REGIONAL Type 3 Operator Courses will find the address of the training site on the registration site.

NOTE: If you already possess a valid and current Missouri Type 3 Operator permit but need to add an instrument to your permit, contact us at 660-543-4834 or 660-543- 4597 and we will either schedule into an existing lab OR schedule one at a different date. If you are interested in hosting a regional Type 3 Operator course, please contact us.

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* Type III Lab – ASIV w/Printer Course ~ 4-Hours

This course accompanies the Type III Operator training course. In order to become a Type III permit holder a law enforcement officers must attend both the Type III Operator Course AND at least one Type III Instrument Lab. The lab may be attended for refresher training (or permit renewal); however permission from the breath alcohol program manager must be obtained prior to registration. This course may also be taken when a current Type III permit holder is adding or changing the instrument(s) listed on their Type III permit.

Who may attend? Those seeking a Type III permit for the breath alcohol instrument known as the Alco Sensor IV w/printer, which is approved for evidential breath alcohol testing in the State of Missouri. You may only register for this course if your agency is currently assigned a Alco Sensor IV w/printer.

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* Type III Lab – Intoxilyzer 8000 Course ~ 4-Hours

This course accompanies the Type III Operator training course. In order to become a Type III permit holder a law enforcement officers must attend both the Type III Operator Course AND at least one Type III Instrument Lab. The lab may be attended for refresher training (or permit renewal); however permission from the breath alcohol program manager must be obtained prior to registration. This course may also be taken when a current Type III permit holder is adding or changing the instrument(s) listed on their Type III permit.

Who may attend? Those seeking a Type III permit for the breath alcohol instrument known as the Intoxilyzer 8000, which is approved for evidential breath alcohol testing in the State of Missouri. You may register for this course if the Intoxilyzer 8000 is being used in the immediate vicinity of your agency/jurisdiction.

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* Type III Lab – Intoximeters DMT Course ~ 4-Hours

This course accompanies the Type III Operator training course. In order to become a Type III permit holder a law enforcement officers must attend both the Type III Operator Course AND at least one Type III Instrument Lab. The lab may be attended for refresher training (or permit renewal); however permission from the breath alcohol program manager must be obtained prior to registration. This course may also be taken when a current Type III permit holder is adding or changing the instrument(s) listed on their Type III permit.

Who may attend? Those seeking a Type III permit for the breath alcohol instrument known as the Intoximeters DMT, which is approved for evidential breath alcohol testing in the State of Missouri. You may register for this course if the Intoximeters DMT is being used in the immediate vicinity of your agency/jurisdiction.

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* Type III Lab – Intoximeters ECIR II Course ~ 4-Hours

This course accompanies the Type III Operator training course. In order to become a Type III permit holder a law enforcement officers must attend both the Type III Operator Course AND at least one Type III Instrument Lab. The lab may be attended for refresher training (or permit renewal); however permission from the breath alcohol program manager must be obtained prior to registration. This course may also be taken when a current Type III permit holder is adding or changing the instrument(s) listed on their Type III permit.

Who may attend? Those seeking a Type III permit for the breath alcohol instrument known as the Intoximeters ECIR II, which is approved for evidential breath alcohol testing in the State of Missouri. You may register for this course if the Intoximeters ECIR II is being used in the immediate vicinity of your agency/jurisdiction.

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The B.A.I.T. Program recently took delivery of their new equipment transport vehicle. This vehicle will be used to transport equipment to and from various law enforcement agencies; it will be used in training sessions and for general program transportation as it relates to the B.A.I.T. Program. The purchase of this vehicle was made possible through an “Impaired Driving Counter Measures” grant from the Highway Safety Division of the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT).

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