PENDLETON — After participating as volunteers in a “wet lab” on June 6 in Boardman, Marilyn Holt and Robin Harris of Pendleton witnessed how important it is for law enforcement to have quality equipment for training.
The purpose of a wet lab is to help educate police officers by letting them practice their standardized field sobriety tests on volunteers who have been consuming alcohol under the supervision of trained law enforcement. These hands-on experiences go a long way in improving the detection of drivers who are under the influence of intoxicants. After being volunteers in the Boardman wet lab, Holt and Harris wanted to do what they could to ensure that law enforcement members “have the best tools available for the program.”
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