Verona, Wisconsin…Innocorp, the maker of the Fatal Vision® Alcohol Impairment Simulation Goggles, launches their next safety education product, the Fatal Vision® Marijuana Simulation Experience, this month.
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Drug education in Kentucky is on the move in more ways than one. Eastern Kentucky students in grades seven through 10 have been attending a new drug education program in a mobile classroom and using SIDNE® to drive home the point of the presentation.
DUI offenders in Redding, California, find themselves getting VIP treatment. With one of the highest DUI rates in the state, Redding has put in place a Victim Impact Panel (VIP) training program that’s part of the DUI sentencing. One of the most important parts of that training uses Innocorp’s intoxiclock®.
According to a Time.com article on teen thought processes and risky behavior, teens think very differently than adults do. While adults tend to concentrate on the end results of a behavior, teens “may get lost in the details about specific risks and (become) overly focused on possible rewards, while ignoring the overall ‘gist’ of the problem—i.e., the ultimate consequences.”
We’ve all been there, driving down the road behind a car that swerves back and forth in its lane. Not long ago, that was a sure sign of someone driving while impaired. These days, it’s all too often a sign of distracted driving.
What do root beer floats, a bouncy castle, Walmart, and oil have to do with SIDNE® (Simulated Impaired Driving Experience)? All five were part of an event in North Dakota meant to educate people about impaired driving.
Did you know that some judges go to college for training once they’re elected? It’s true. One of the most important topics they study is DWI—Driving While Intoxicated. And at the National Judicial College in Reno, Nevada, instructors use Fatal Vision® Goggles as a valued educational tool.
Money’s tight all over in the current economy, and it’s no different for most law enforcement agencies. So when Kimberly Taylor, an investigator with Virginia’s Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office, wanted to add SIDNE® to the county’s outreach to high school students, she knew she was between a rock and a hard place when it came to getting the necessary funds. The creative solution she came up with brought the entire Gloucester community together with that single-minded goal.
Innocorp, Ltd. President and CEO Named Professional of the Week by In Business Madison, (May 2, 2011)