Volunteers Can Drink for Free at This Sheriff’s Office — but Here’s the Catch

An open bar and a free ride home — sounds like a pretty sweet deal, right?

The Jefferson County, Mo. Sheriff’s Office is recruiting volunteers this week for field sobriety training, according to a Jan. 10 article from St. Louis news outlet KSDK. Called a “wet lab,” the program asks volunteers to consume alcohol before participating in mock field sobriety and breathalyzer tests. It’s part of training for deputies to complete their Standardized Field Sobriety Testing certification.

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