Alcohol Drug Testing Unit



Alcotest operators MUST bring their Alcotest pocket card to the training in order to be re-certified. If your Alcotest pocket card is lost or destroyed, a completed Alcotest replacement card letter may be brought to the training in its place. If an operator attends training without the pocket card or a properly endorsed letter then the operator will NOT be trained.


All attendees of the DWI Detection and Standardized field sobriety testing courses must download and have accessible a complete student manual for this course. A downloadable version is found at the below link.

DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing - Participant Guide (2013) - (PDF - 3.78mb) - Posted 01/05/16

DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing - Participant Guide (2015) - (PDF - 7.42mb) - Posted 10/04/17

DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing - Participant Guide (2018) - (PDF - 86mb) - Posted 08/08/18

DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (SFST) Refresher - Participant Guide (2018) - (PDF - 25mb) - Posted 08/08/18

ARIDE Manual - (PDF - 11.6mb)

Online ARIDE Course

Alcotest Centralized Database Access

The Alcohol Drug Testing Unit conducts Alcotest 7110 MK III inspections for law enforcement agencies, and prepare supporting documents. Conducts Alcotest, DWI/HGN, and recertification training for state, county, and local police officers. Conducts recertification training for Alcotest operators. Assist municipal prosecutors in DWI/drug case preparation. The unit assists with Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) initial and re-certification training.

Hamilton Tech. Center
1200 Negron Drive
Hamilton, NJ 08691
609-584-5000 x5608 (Office)
609-584-9359 (Fax) (e-mail)


All ADTU training is canceled until at least 4/6/2020

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