Stop Impaired Driving – Home

Impaired driving continues to be one of the deadliest crimes in America. This page is designed to provide you with information and resources to fight drunk and drugged driving in your community.

  • National Crackdown Campaign Headquarters –
  • Programs Across the United States That Aid Motorists in the Reporting of Impaired Drivers to Law Enforcement –
  • Uniform Guidelines for State Highway Safety Programs – Impaired Driving –
  • Highly-Visible Enforcement –
  • Increased Prosecution & Adjudication –
  • Screening & Brief Intervention –
  • The Use of Alcohol Ignition Interlocks for Reducing Impaired Driving Recidivism –
  • Decline In Youth Alcohol-Related Fatalities Attributed To Four Factors –
  • Matching traffic safety strategies to youth characteristics –
  • National Organizations for Youth Safety Teen Safe Driving Summit –,+Press+Events+&+Testimonies/mr-noys-teen-driving-summit-10192015
  • Rural Youth Traffic Safety Message Competition –
  • Hollywood, Government and Youth Mobilize to Counter Recent Teen Crashes1 –,+Government+and+Youth+Mobilize+to+Counter+Recent+Teen+Crashes1
  • Zero tolerance for youth four states’ experience with zero tolerance laws –’+Experience+With+Zero+Tolerance+Laws.print
  • Youth DUI and other alcohol offenses for judges and prosecutors –
  • Youth Drinking: Risk Factors and Consequences –
  • Successful Prevention of Youth High-Risk Behaviors –
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