BC Students Experience Impaired Conditions Through DWI/DUI Simulators

Brazosport College Police Officer Nick Dayton helps a student through the driving course during a DWI/DUI Simulation.

LAKE JACKSON — The Brazosport College Police Department and the BC Office of Student Life recently sponsored a DWI/DUI Simulation on campus.

The simulation gave students the opportunity to experience situations similar to being under the influence, but in a safe environment. Campus police officers assisted students, who wore special goggles that impaired vision, through driving courses and sobriety walking tests.

The DWI/DUI Simulation was part of Brazosport College’s Crime Prevention Month, which also included a “Human Trafficking Training and Luncheon” on Thursday.

The final Crime Prevention Month program, “Refuse to be a Victim,” which will cover personal safety strategies, will take place today in Gator Hall.

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