Events & Training: Event Detail: FRIDAY

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Event Name FRIDAY
Status Closed
Start 10/26/2017 08:00 AM
End 10/26/2017 17:00 PM
Registration Deadline 10/26/2017 00:00 AM
 Location Brazoria County Juvenile Probation
20875 County Road 171
AngletonTexas  77515
map & directions
 Member Fee FREE
 Non-Member Fee FREE
Class Code 6017
Credit Hours 8
Max Class Size 20
This class is only open to employees of BCJP. To register, please contact BCJP.
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

Instructor Bio


Instructor:  Jeremy B. Creech

Rank:  Deputy V

Agency:  Galveston County Sheriff’s Office


Phone:  (409) 771-4175


Instructor Certifications: 

TCOLE Basic Instructor, SFST Instructor, FRIDAY Instructor (Focus on Reducing Impaired Driving),

Stop Stick Instructor


Area of Specialization:

SFST Administration, DWI Enforcement, Traffic Enforcement, Crash Investigation



Jeremy Creech is a Deputy within the Patrol Division of the Galveston County Sheriff’s Office.  He is currently assigned to the Traffic Enforcement Unit. Deputy Creech entered into law enforcement in 1998 and has served the citizens of Galveston County for the past 18+ years.


Jeremy is a certified Drug Recognition Expert and holds a Master Peace Officer License as well as an Master Jailer License. He also holds a TCOLE Basic Instructor certification and SFST Instructor certification.


Impaired driving enforcement has become his primary specialty, and throughout his career he has worked many impaired driving cases and attended numerous continuing education courses focusing on DWI enforcement including SFST, breathalyzer/Intoxilyzer, ARIDE, and narcotics investigations. Deputy Creech instructs in-service training courses to other peace officers in the area of DWI detection and enforcement and continues to seek out training to further his own education around DWI detection and enforcement.


Deputy Creech was the recipient of the Deputy of the Year for 2012 presented by the Galveston County 50’s Club and 2012 Deputy of the Year presented by the Galveston County Deputy Sheriff’s Association.  Deputy Creech has received multiple letters of accommodations both from the Galveston County Sheriff’s Office and the Santa Fe Police Department.  Deputy Creech was nominated for the 100 Club Super Cop Award by Captain Mike Benavides.


In his free time, Jeremy enjoys spending time with his family