Events & Training: Event Detail: FRIDAY

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Event Name FRIDAY
Status Open
Start 09/05/2017 08:00 AM
End 09/05/2017 17:00 PM
Registration Deadline 08/31/2017 00:00 AM
 Location Bryan Police Dept.
303 E. 29th St.
Municipal Bldg.
BryanTexas  77803
map & directions
 Member Fee FREE
 Non-Member Fee FREE
Class Code 6017
Credit Hours 8
Max Class Size 18
The FRIDAY program is specifically designed to serve as continuing education for law enforcement officers. This 8 hour class includes topics such as the Alcoholic Beverage Code, Alcohol’s Effect on Brain Development, and Investigative Techniques/Enforcement Options related to underage drinking and underage impaired driving. Officers who successfully complete the course will receive 8 hours of TCOLE credit(#6017).

For more information about the course or instructor, please visit our website. If registration deadline has passed or the class is full and you are interested in attending, please call 800-848-2088 x 207.

Instructor Bio

Austin Stearns

Austin Stearns is an Officer with the Bryan Police Department, and has been in law enforcement for almost 8 years. Austin graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication and a minor in Sociology. Upon completing his degree at Texas A&M, Austin was hired by the Bryan Police Department and subsequently graduated from the Texas A&M Engineering Extension (TEEX) Police Academy.

Austin has worked as a patrol officer for approximately 6 years at Bryan PD, and he is currently assigned to the Neighborhood Enforcement Team as the Crime Free Multi-Housing Coordinator. Austin holds an Advanced Peace Officer Certification, is a Field Training Officer, a TCOLE Basic Instructor and a Crisis Negotiator. Austin also completed the Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (ARIDE) Course in 2012.

In 2013 and 2014, Austin was honored as a Brazos Valley Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Officer of the Year for his efforts in combating impaired driving. When possible, Austin works extra shifts under the DWI Selective Traffic Enforcement Program in an effort to make the streets of Bryan safer.

In his spare time, Austin and his wife enjoy spending time with their pets in their new home in Brazos County.