DUI Resources Library
This page provides FREE DUI Resources that can be utilized by individuals, schools, agencies, and community groups to help you better understand the STOP-DWI Program and our mission to prevent the unnecessary and tragic injuries and fatalities that result from this crime.
All information can be downloaded and/or copied. Please also visit the many links below.
If a drunk driver injured you or a loved one, the DUI Victim Advocates at the Strom Law Firm, LLC will do everything in our power to hold that person accountable and help you get compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Give us a call today for a free consultation.
Learn more about the DUI process with our articles and DUI resources.
- What to do if a loved one is arrested in South Carolina
- South Carolina Detention Centers
- South Carolina Alcohol and Drug Safety Action Program
- South Carolina Alcoholics Anonymous
National DUI Resources
- American Public Health Association (APHA) – Alcohol Screening and Brief Intervention manual
- APRI – Drug Toxicology for Prosecutors
- Center for Alcohol Policy
- Contribution of Alcohol-Impaired Driving to Motor Vehicle Crash Deaths in 2005
- DWI System Improvements for Dealing with Hard Core Drinking Drivers (Quick Reference Guide) (2006)
- FBI – Battling DUI: A Comparative Analysis of Checkpoints and Saturation Patrols
- HORIZONTAL GAZE NYSTAGMUS: THE SCIENCE & THE LAW: A Resource Guide for Judges, Prosecutors, and Law Enforcement
- Institute for Police Technology and Management (IPTM)
- Issues and Methods in the Detection of Alcohol and Other Drugs, Transportation Research, September 2000
- MADD – Victim Services
- Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
- National Center for DWI Courts
- National Center for State Courts
- National Drug Court Institute
- National Judicial College
- NCSC – Ignition Interlock Device (2003)
- NDAA – Prosecutors and Toxicology 2003
- NHSTA – Vehicle and License Plate Sanctions (2004)
- NHTSA – A Review of the Literature on the Effects of Low Doses of Alcohol on driving-related Skills
- NHTSA – A Study of Outstanding DWI Warrants (2001)
- NHTSA – Addressing Alcohol-Impaired Driving. Training Physicians to Detect and Counsel Their Patients Who Drink Heavily, 2000
- NHTSA – Breath Test Refusals in DUI Enforcement 2005
- NHTSA – Development of a Standard Field Sobriety Test
- NHTSA – Driver Characteristics and Impairment at Various BACs (2000)
- NHTSA – Drugs and Human Performance Fact Sheet
- NHTSA – Drug-Impaired Driving Report to Congress
- NHTSA – Effectiveness of the Ohio Action and Administrative License Suspension Laws
- NHTSA – Evaluating Transdermal Alcohol Measuring Devices (2007)
- NHTSA – Evaluation of Enhanced Sanctions for Higher BACs: Summary of States’ Laws HS 809 215, 2001
- NHTSA – Evaluation of Individualized Sanctioning (1999)
- NHTSA – Guide to Sentencing DWI Offenders (2005)
- NHTSA – Low Staffing Checkpoints
- NHTSA – National Roadside Survey of Alcohol and Drug Use
- NHTSA – Saturation Patrol and Checkpoint Guide (2002)
- NHTSA – State by State Analysis of Laws Dealing With Driving Under the Influence of Drugs
- NHTSA – State laws and practices for BAC testing after fatal crashes, 2004
- NHTSA – Strategies for Addressing the DWI Offender: 10 Promising Sentencing Practices (2005)
- NHTSA – Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor Manual (2007)
- NHTSA – Visual Detection of DWI Motorists
- NHTSA Highway Safety Desk Book
- NPAMC video – Alcohol Misuse: Crippling criminal justice
- Passive Alcohol Sensors Tested in 3 States for Youth Alcohol Enforcement- NHTSA (1996)
- Sobriety Testing Resource Center and Drug Recognition Expert Data System
- The Century Council. DWI Research.
- TIRF – Alcohol Interlock Curriculum for Practitioners
- TIRF – DWI System Improvements for Dealing with Hard Core Drinking Drivers: Prosecution (2002)
- TIRF – Transdermal Alcohol Monitoring Primer
- TIRF – Transdermal Alcohol Monitoring: A Practitioner’s Guide
- TIRF – Ignition Interlock Symposia: Proceedings
PROM OR GRADUATION PREPARATION
Many Anti-Drunk Driving Campaigns have made their way to New York’s educational efforts. As a result of the combination of advertising, legislative change, and Police enforcement, we have seen the fatality figure fall over the years. Many commercials have been put to air over the last 30 years. We all have our favorites, with images and words that are burned into our memories. These commercials have created a culture of road safety that consistently results in lower fatality rates.
Click here for a graphic video of DWI related crashes.
Remember your prom experience? While some things have changed, other pressures are exactly the same.
Many adolescents go to the prom with someone they don’t know well or know only as a classmate or friend. And, since most prom activities are often un-chaperoned, many teens may feel pressured to engage in inappropriate behavior with their prom date.
Many teens will use alcohol and/or drugs to cope with the stresses they face during prom night. Also, the use of these substances can cause relaxation, loss of inhibitions, and altered perceptions. It can also cause them to make questionable choices and get involved in other behaviors that put their health and safety at risk.
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