Police chiefs say they aren't prepared to deal with drug-impaired drivers

Police say its unlikely they will have all their officers take required training on drug-impaired driving before October.

The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police says it wants to train 2,000 officers before marijuana becomes legal but few officers are going through the training.

Only 733 officers were trained between February and May this year.

The organization warned the Prime Minister last fall they wouldnt have enough time to train officers before marijuana was legalized.