Special Feature: Impaired Driving - General Information

Publications and Online Materials

Crime in the United States
Federal Bureau of Investigation, Annual Report

Lives Saved in 2015 by Restraint Use and Minimum-Drinking-Age Laws
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, August 2016

The ABCs of BAC: A Guide to Understanding Blood Alcohol Concentration
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, July 2016

DrugFacts: Drugged Driving
National Institute on Drug Abuse, June 2016

Impaired Driving: Get the Facts
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, April 2016

Alcohol-Impaired Driving
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, December 2015

State Alcohol-Impaired Driving Estimates
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, August 2015

Drug and Alcohol Crash Risk
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, February 2015

Results of the 2013-2014 National Roadside Survey of Alcohol and Drug Use by Drivers
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, February 2015

Understanding the Limitations of Drug Test Information, Reporting, and Testing Practices in Fatal Crashes
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, November 2014

Traffic Safety Facts: 2011 Data Overview
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, April 2013

State Motor Vehicle Fatalities and State Alcohol-Impaired Motor Vehicle Fatalities, 2011
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, December 2012

Teen Drinking and Driving: A Dangerous Mix
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, October 2012

National Victim Assistance Academy Resource Paper: Impaired Driving
Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center, September 2012

OVC HELP Series for Crime Victims: Impaired Driving
Office for Victims of Crime, June 2012

Drunk Driving By the Numbers
Bureau of Transportation Statistics, April 2012

Drug Testing and Drug-Involved Driving of Fatally Injured Drivers in the United States: 2005-2009
Office of National Drug Control Policy, October 2011

Case Studies of Community-Based Self-Sufficient DWI Programs
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, July 2011

Drugged Driving Expert Panel Report: A Consensus Protocol for Assessing the Potential of Drugs to Impair Driving
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, March 2011

Drugged Driving Research: A White Paper
National Institute on Drug Abuse-Sponsored, March 2011

Alcohol and Highway Safety: Special Report on Race/Ethnicity and Impaired Driving
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, December 2010

Drug Involvement of Fatally Injured Drivers
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, November 2010

National Survey of Drinking and Driving Attitudes and Behaviors: 2008
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, August 2010

An Analysis of the Significant Decline in Motor Vehicle Traffic Fatalities in 2008
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, June 2010

Alcohol-Impaired Drivers Involved in Fatal Crashes, by Gender and State, 2007-2008
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, August 2009

Statistical Analysis of Alcohol-Related Driving Trends, 1982-2005
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, May 2008

Reducing Impaired-Driving Recidivism Using Advanced Vehicle-Based Alcohol Detection Systems: A Report to Congress
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, December 2007

Literature Review of Polypharmacy and Older Drivers: Identifying Strategies to Study Drug Usage and Driving Functioning Among Older Drivers
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, February 2006

Twelve-Month Prevalence and Changes in Driving After Drinking United States, 1991-1992 and 2001-2002
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, 2006

State of Knowledge of Drug-Impaired Driving
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, September 2003

Highway Safety: Effectiveness of State .08 Blood Alcohol Laws
General Accounting Office, June 1999

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Related Resources

Alcohol Policy Information System (APIS)
APIS is an online resource that provides detailed information on a wide variety of alcohol-related policies in the United States at both state and federal levels.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Impaired Driving
The Impaired Driving section of the CDC site presents data and links to resources related to the effects of driving while under the influence.

Drugged Driving
The Drugged Driving section of the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) website provides information about the impact of driving while under the influence and highlights resources and initiatives aimed at preventing drugged driving.

DUI Crashes: Real Crimes, Real Victims
Using Office for Victims of Crime grant funding, the National Sheriffs’ Association produced this video, which addresses the need for law enforcement to respond to and interact with DUI crash victims in a victim-centered way, clearly communicating services available to victims.

HELP for Victim Service Providers
This Web Forum Guest Host Series from the Office for Victims of Crime contains discussion topics on Serving Victims of Impaired Driving and Drunk Driving.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
The mission of the NHTSA is to save lives, prevent injuries and reduce the economic costs due to road traffic crashes. The NHTSA's Impaired Driving page provides links to research, data, prevention and law enforcement campaigns, and more.

Office for Victims of Crime (OVC): Drug Related Victimization
This section of the OVC website provides information on drug related victimizations, including drunk driving, victim services, prevention programs and support services.

Sobering Facts: Drunk Driving State Fact Sheets
On this Centers for Disease Control and Prevention site, find state-specific fact sheets that provide a snapshot of alcohol-involved deaths and drunk driving and an overview of proven strategies to reduce or prevent drunk driving.

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