Police don't follow their Standard Operating Procedures
To establish non-compliance with the Standard Operating Procedure respecting entering accurate data into the tombstone data prior to a configuration of the alcohol standard or a subject test
To establish improper use of the Esc Esc E function checking date and time
To establish bad practice in recording or amending location data in the instrument
To establish the unreliability of some of the information on the Intoxilyzer Test Record notwithstanding Criminal Code section 258(1)(f.1)
Q. Are police officers who enter this data under – under training, if I can put it that way, in the training aid, does it say that they’re supposed to check the location of the instrument when they enter the tombstone data into the instrument? A. That's correct. That doesn’t always happen. Sorry, I shouldn’t overgeneralise. It happens on the rare occasion.
See also 8000C Training Aid on Esc Esc E keyboard sequence:
See also 8000C Training Aid on Appendix E Alcohol Standard Log re location: