Deputy Completes Advanced Patrol Vehicle Operations Training
Deputy Dustin Woelfle
March 28 through April 1, 2016 LCSO Deputy Sheriff Dustin Woelfle attended the Missouri State Highway Patrol Training Academy in Jefferson City and successfully completed the 40+ hour Emergency Vehicle Operations Course (EVOC) training class.
The EVOC course provides superior training to law enforcement officers on vehicle operations, high speed driving, defensive driving skills, pursuit driving and communications in both classroom and off road course. Students receive a great deal to study on various areas and situations. Students get plenty of live experience in E.V.O.C. on a variety of roadways, elevations, and conditions. Drivers are stressed and given real life scenarios which also provide them life time driving skills.
All this is done to help maximize safety for the officer and citizens while minimizing risks of property damage, injury, death, and liability.
All Livingston County Sheriff’s Office road patrol staff and sheriff have received advanced drivers training with this and/or other in-depth driver training courses.
We are proud to have Deputy Dustin Woelfle on our team!
Sheriff Steve Cox