All You Need To Know About Alcohol Education Program Maryland

The 12-hour AEP class Maryland can be described as an instructional program which is aimed at providing rehabilitation for those individuals who have been convicted of DWI or DUI. The abbreviations AEP, DWI, and DUI mean Alcohol Education Program, Driving While Intoxicated and Driving Under Influence respectively.

Why would you be assigned to AEP?

You may be assigned to AEP if you are referred by OAH (Office of Administrative Hearings) Administrative Law Judge, by District Court Judge, or you may have applied for a new driving license after the original was revoked after conviction due to an incident related to, or caused by alcohol.

What is the procedure for joining AEP?

When required to attend Maryland Alcohol Education Program, the Department of Motor Vehicles will normally send referral letter which provides instructions on how to arrange preliminary alcohol assessment and also how you can attend AEP. It is the … Read the rest

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Could RFID Revolutionize Prison Security?

For a long time now, prisons across the United States have been looking for ways to implement new technologies in order to create an environment that is safe without the costs spiralling wildly out of control. To this end there have been a number of innovations in recent years but perhaps the most significant of these is the burgeoning RFID technology which is now beginning to come into its own.

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What Is RFID?

RFID is short for radio frequency identification and, as its name suggests, it is a system which makes use of radio frequencies embedded in to wearable devices to both track inmates and staff. The RFID chip is embedded in to something, usually a bracelet designed to be worn on the wrist or ankle, which then constantly broadcasts a radio signal. A control centre picks up these signals and can relay real time information about … Read the rest

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