The 2020 Texas Statewide Impaired Driving Forum will be held February 12, 2020. Save the date!
LEADRS was founded in 2003 within the 10 largest counties in Texas. This specialized group included over 200 DRE’s, SFST Instructors, DWI enforcement officers, Prosecutors specializing in DWI cases, and DWI Defense Attorneys. Together they created a comprehensive DWI report that addressed all issues from Law Enforcement to Prosecutors while overcoming DWI defense challenges. LEADRS […]
The first issue of the Impaired Driving Task Force newsletter is available to download now. This issue features: A synopsis of the 2019 Impaired Driving Forum New member list Information on the next Texas Impaired Driving Task Force meeting Information on speaker proposals for the 2020 Impaired Driving Forum Member updates Upcoming events If you […]
Every year, the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) offers training to Justices of the Peace in partnership with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT). TTI’s Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) Reporting Project works to improve BAC and toxicology reporting of drivers that are fatally injured as a result of a motor vehicle crash to TxDOT. To […]
Register now to attend the Zero Alcohol for Youth Academy in Houston, Texas, on May 25 from 9 a.m. — 4:30 p.m. Attendance is FREE! Pre-registration is required to ensure sufficient food and seating. Registration and full agenda can be found at Youth.TexansStandingTall.org. What is a Zero Alcohol for Youth Academy? Academies are opportunities for youth […]
Car crashes remain the leading cause of injury and death for young persons under the age of 25. Two of the leading causes of these crashes that involve young drivers in Texas are distracted driving and impaired driving (under the influence of alcohol or drugs). The U in the Driver Seat (UDS) peer-to-peer program continues […]