Special Feature: Impaired Driving - Enforcement

Publications and Online Materials

Mobile Evidential Breath Alcohol Instruments
National Institute of Justice-Sponsored, December 2016

Driving While Impaired Arrest Process Improvement: Six Case Studies of Strategies Used by Law Enforcement to Reduce the Cost and Time of Processing a DWI Arrest
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, August 2016

Survey of DWI Courts
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, June 2016

What Works: Strategies to Reduce or Prevent Drunk Driving
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, March 2016

Drug Recognition and Impairment Research Meeting
National Institute of Justice, August 2015

Screening for Risk and Needs Using the Impaired Driving Assessment
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration-Sponsored, May 2014

Digest of Impaired Driving and Selected Beverage Control Laws (27th Edition, 2012)
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, July 2013

Challenges and Defenses II: Claims and Responses to Common Challenges and Defenses in Driving While Impaired Cases
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, March 2013

Increasing Impaired-Driving Enforcement Visibility: Six Case Studies
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration-sponsored, February 2013

Washington's Target Zero Teams Project: Reduction in Fatalities During Year One
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, November 2012

State Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) Testing and Reporting for Drivers Involved in Fatal Crashes: Current Practices, Results, and Strategies, 1997-2009
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration-Sponsored, August 2012

Source Investigations: A Tool to Combat Impaired Driving
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration-Sponsored, November 2011

A Guide for Local Impaired-Driving Task Forces
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration-Sponsored, October 2011

Model Impaired Driving Records Information Systems -- Tying Together Data Systems to Manage Impaired Drivers
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, July 2011

An Evaluation of Intensive Supervision Programs for Serious DWI Offenders
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, March 2011

Drug Per Se Laws: A Review of Their Use in States
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, July 2010

The Visual Detection of DWI Motorists
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, March 2010

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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.

CrimeSolutions.gov
The National Institute of Justice's CrimeSolutions.gov uses research to rate the effectiveness of programs and practices in achieving outcomes in order to inform practitioners and policy makers about what works, what doesn't, and what's promising. Included on CrimeSolutions.gov are programs that focus on the prevention of and responses to driving under the influence.

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.

National Center for DWI Courts
With support from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the National Center for DWI Courts provide training and technical assistance to current and future DWI court professionals.

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. NHTSA's Drunk Driving and Drugged Driving pages provide links to research, data, prevention and law enforcement campaigns, and more

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