Dr. R.L. Wright
Was an officer in Federal Drunk Driving Unit and arrested more DUI / DWI offenders in one year than any other law enforcement officer in Maryland, totaling 334 arrest. This special unit worked only DUI and DWI cases in Baltimore.
Worked in Undercover Narcotics (Special assignment from the Director of CID and the Police Commissioner in Baltimore.
Has 40 years’ experience working in the drug / alcohol field
Developed a 1st Offenders Program matching
1st. Offenders with repeat Offenders.
Classified as an expert in drugs and alcohol by the State and Federal Court System.
Received Bronze Starwhile in the BCPD
Received three letters of commendations from three Maryland Governors and one State Senator for his work in addictions.
Part Time Instructor at the School of Justice under Ms. Jones.
Instructor In-Service Training for Maryland Transportation Authority on alcohol and drugs.
Instructor Driver Improvement / Points System
Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration
Instructor 12 hour Alcohol Education for Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration
Instructor for the 12 hours Alcohol Education Program for 35 years (State approved) Oldest DUI instructor in Maryland.
Instructor for 3 hour Alcohol / Education Program under Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration.
Baltimore City Police Department Academy
A.T.S.U. Alcohol Traffic Safety Unit (Federal)
Federal Bureau of Narcotics
Baltimore Health Department for Alcohol and Drugs under Dr. Neil Saloman.
Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration on how to properly do assessments.
Internship at South-Eastern Mental Center, Supervised by Dr. Bills while attending college.
Seminars on behavior and addictions
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Loyola College (Now University)
In-Service Training BCPD
AA Alcohol Counseling
North West University while in BCPD
Batchlor Degree in Christian Education
Master Degree in Christian Education
Doctorate in Christian Education
PhD in Christian Counseling, thesis was on drug addiction.
Special Awards and Articles:
Governor Harry Hughesfor working with troubled families.
Governor Robert Ehrlich Jr. for working with addicted population
Governor Martin O'Malley for working with inner city youth and the drug problem.
Baltimore Sun article front page, recognizing the substance abuse problem in the community
The Dundalk Eagle recognizing the work being done in the community with substance abuse.
East County Times "Attempt Sabotage of Successful Drug Education Program by Government"
Towson High School PTA Article on Dr. Wright speaking to the PTA and the 1400 students.
State Teachers Conference Invites Dr. Wright to speak at their Convention in O.C. Maryland
Students Award for Teaching presented by the students from the Merritt Park Drug / Alcohol 2008Dr.
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Here are a few things to remember when getting an evaluation.
1. Does your attorney want an the evaluation?
2. Shop around for evaluation prices.
3. Class enrollment is not necessary.
Remember you can request the courts do the evaluation. But they will send you to a County program.
Remember certified programs know as level one alcohol education programs are now considered part of treatment programs. Dr. Wright's class is educational and has been state approved for 35 years. To teach alcohol education you do not need to be certified. You only need to be certified if you are teaching in a treatment setting.
Dr. Wright has been doing evaluation for Maryland attorney's and Maryland State agency's for past 40 years.
Cost for Dr. Wright to do an evaluation
Dr. Wright requests a donation of $75.00 for his evaluations. This donation goes toward the Memorial Garden at the Merritt Park Baptist Church where grave plots and services are free for anyone dying of a drug or alcohol incident.
(Click on Memorial Garden)