2021 Minnesota TZD Webinar Series: Common Trends—Methadone, Opioids, and Others
Wednesday, November 3, 2021
About the Webinar
This webinar covered marijuana, methadone, and opioids, with the goal of helping individuals better understand what each of these drugs does to the human body and how to use that information to enforce the DWI laws in Minnesota.
Webinar Recording & Materials
Sergeant Tyler Milless graduated in 2015 from Minnesota State University, Mankato with a bachelor’s degree in law enforcement and an associate’s degree in psychology. He attended the Minnesota State Patrol academy in 2016. After graduating from the academy, he was stationed in Fairmont, Minnesota, for just over a year. He then transferred to West Metro dogwatch, where he spent a year before transferring to the Elk River station. In 2020, he took a promotion to become a sergeant and is now the coordinator for the DRE Program.
Deputy Sheriff Alexander Graham recently joined the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office from the Saint Paul Police Department. He has been a DRE since 2015 and a DRE instructor since 2016. Graham was the lead SFST/ARIDE/DRE instructor for the Saint Paul Police Department prior to joining the Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Graham recognizes that DWI enforcement has a direct impact on public safety. He enjoys the outreach and lecture aspects and hopes they benefit law enforcement and the public to try and drive Minnesota towards zero deaths. Deputy Graham has two MADD awards: the first for Drugged Driving Enforcement in 2018 and the second for Outstanding Individual Dedication to Impaired Driving Enforcement in 2016 from the Colorado Chapter of MADD. He is also a four-time DWI All Star.
Attendees are eligible for 1.0 POST credit, 1.25 Professional Development Hours (PDHs), and 1.25 Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits.
- PDH form (PDF)
- CLE credit form (PDF)
- POST Proof of Completion form (PDF)
This form does not need to be submitted; it is for your records only.
- POST Affidavit of Attendance (DOC)
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The webinar series was offered by the Minnesota Toward Zero Deaths Program and the Minnesota Departments of Health, Public Safety, and Transportation, with funding from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The series was hosted by the University of Minnesota's Center for Transportation Studies.
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