Tara Casanova-Powell, primary consultant at Casanova Powell Consulting, discusses how technology is used to monitor the impaired-driving population, including the type of technology currently available, the evolution of technology and how technology is used to supervise impaired-driving offenders. Tara also examines the research behind the effectiveness of various types of Supervising the Impaired-Driving Population through use of TechnologyRead more...
Congratulations to Camden County Missouri for holding your first DWI court session on December 22, 2017. It is great to see a team we trained in the planning stages follow through their their action plan and start. Click Here to read the article from Lake News OnlineRead More
NADCP’s National Center for DWI Courts has wrapped a four city Reform & Responsibility Tour highlighting proven solutions aimed at ending impaired driving. Sponsored by the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility (Responsibility.org), the Reform & Responsibility Tour brought together a cadre of experts to showcase collaborative partnerships, cutting-edge research, and The Reform & Responsibility Tour Provides Solutions to End Impaired DrivingRead More
Donte Stallworth was drafted in the first round of the 2002 NFL Draft and played 10 seasons in the NFL. In 2009, he was convicted of DUI manslaughter following an incident in Miami, Florida. He is now an advocate for ending impaired driving. Read about his story and an effective CNN: Donte Stallworth: Learn from what I did wrongRead More
Five DWI court teams from California, Washington State, Arkansas, and Georgia spent 4 days in Athens, GA learning best practices and how to better work as a team. There was a lot of growth and catharsis moments for each team. A special NCDC thank you goes out to Judge Auslander Foundational Training has Georgia on the mindRead More
Impaired driving is one of the most direct threats to public safety in America, and according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, impaired-driving fatalities rose once again in 2016, by 1.7% to 10,497. December is Impaired Driving Prevention Month, an important opportunity to introduce our communities and elected officials to the lives Impaired Driving Prevention MonthRead More