December 14, 2021 | 2 p.m. ET | Virtual
Toxicology continues to play a critical role in addressing impaired driving, especially as impairment increasingly takes the form of not just alcohol but also a wide and growing range of other substances. While forensic toxicology has traditionally happened in a lab, new tools have emerged that help police officers conduct more sophisticated roadside screenings.
On this GHSA webinar, a panel of experts will discuss what’s happening today in impaired driving toxicology in the lab and at the roadside. Hear about new proposed national standards for forensic toxicology laboratories, developed with support from the National Safety Council. Learn about Responsibility.org's new National Resource Toxicology Program and an update on the National Alliance to Stop Impaired Driving. Finally, hear how Indiana is expanding its oral fluid testing program.
- Russ Martin, Senior Director of Policy and Government Relations, GHSA
- Jennifer Limoges, Supervisor, Associate Director of Forensic Science/Toxicology, New York State Police Forensic Investigation Center
- Robert Duckworth, Director, State Highway Traffic Safety Office, Indiana Criminal Justice Institute
- Amy Miles, Director of the Forensic Toxicology Program, Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene