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Impaired driving is recognized as one of the biggest threats to public safety in the United States. The National Center for DWI Courts (NCDC) is dedicated to reducing impaired-driving recidivism nationwide by addressing the root problem: addiction. We partner with federal agencies and corporate sponsors to provide cutting-edge training and technical assistance to communities to implement, expand and improve DWI court programs that provide treatment and accountability based on research-driven best practices. We are dedicated to expanding DWI courts to serve everyone in need and to make our communities safer each and every day.

Established in 2007, NCDC is a division of the National Association of Drug Court Professionals, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Alexandria, Virginia.

We're Here to Serve You

Carolyn Hardin

Chief of Training & Research,
National Association of Drug Court Professionals

Jim Eberspacher

National Center for DWI Courts

Jessica Lange

Project Director 

Brooke Glisson

Associate Director of Communications

Julie Seitz

Project Director 

Shaneice McKenzie

Training Coordinator

Chris Deutsch

Director of Communications 

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