SUPR DUI Service Provider Orientation
Service Provider Orientation Training Materials
A printed training binder will NOT be provided.
You can download, save, or print the materials here:
- SUPR DUI Service Provider System: 2060 Rules and Regulations (PDF)
- The DUI Arrest: Standardized Field Sobriety Testing and BAC Determination (PDF)
- DUI Evaluation (PDF)
- DUI Assessment Tools (PDF)
- Understanding the Secretary of State Administrative Hearing Process for DUI Offenders (PDF)
- Handouts (PDF)
- Additional Resources (PDF, OPTIONAL)
- You are required to have items 1-6 at the training, in print or electronic format.
- You have the option to purchase a training binder of printed materials from us.
- Binders are $30.00 each (plus $0.75 processing fee), and must be purchased by credit card at least three (3) days before the start of training.
Service Provider Orientation Curriculum
Day 1 – The DUI Service Provider System
SUPR DUI Service Provider System: 2060 Rules and Regulations:
- updates and changes to DUI law, rule, and procedure in Administrative Rule 2060,
- DUI evaluation process in Rule 2060, and
- use of current forms and computer systems
Instructor: George Rafeedie, MPA, CSADC
The DUI Arrest: Standardized Field Sobriety Test and BAC Determination:
- the DUI arrest process,
- the Standardized Field Sobriety testing, and
- the use of the breathalyzer equipment
Instructor: Illinois State Police – Chemical Testing Unit
Day 2 – DUI Assessment and Evaluation
DUI Assessment Tools
Topics will help participants:
- Understand the strengths and limitations of the three assessment tools: Adult Substance Use Driver’s Survey (ASUDS-RI), Drivers Risk Inventory (DRI –II), and Mortimer-Filkins paper and pencil tool
- Know the components of the three tools and how to apply them for an evaluation
- Correctly and accurately administer, score, and interpret the ASUDS-RI, DRI –II and Mortimer-Filkins tools
- step-by-step instruction on the DUI Evaluation process and use of associated IDHS SUPR forms
- emphasis on interviewing skills, particularly probing, related to the substance use history and the DSM-IV symptoms of abuse and dependence
Day 3 – Understanding the Secretary of State Administrative Hearing Process for DUI Offenders
The purpose of this session is to clarify why the hearing process is structured in a manner that not only requires adherence to specific statutes and administrative rules, but also provides the latitude for subjective judgment in determining the outcome of any request for driving relief. Session format is as follows: lecture, simulated Secretary of State formal hearing, case study reviews, small group exercise, and panel discussion involving administrative hearing officers.
- legal foundation and procedural mechanics of the administrative hearing,
- separate roles of the DUI service provider and the Secretary of State hearing officer within the hearing process, and
- dynamics of the decision-making process following the hearing
- Wayne Gardner, Legal Advisor, Secretary of State
- Erika Young, M.S.
- panel of administrative hearing officers