Use our toolkit below to learn more about high-risk impaired drivers and what research shows will be effective in deterring them.
- Stop HRID Webinar (May 27, 2020)
- GHSA Report: High-Risk Impaired Drivers: Combating a Critical Threat
- Promising Programs
- High-Risk Impaired Driver Explanation Video
- Houston S.O.B.E.R Court Video
- CARS: Mental Health Screening and Assessment Tool
- System Reforms
- Cannabis Impairment Detection Workshop Handbook
- A Guide to DUI Pretrial Services
- Law Enforcement DUI Testimony Silver Tips Checklist
- Law Enforcement DUI Testimony Silver Tips Checklist - Foldable
- Cannabis Policy: Public Health and Safety Issues and Recommendations
- Technologies to Enhance Observation, Documentation, and Training for Driving Under the Influence of Drugs Enforcement
- On-Demand Learning: Investigation and Prosecution of Drug-Impaired Driving Cases - National District Attorneys Association (ndaa.org)
STOP HRID Webinar (May 27, 2020)
Data Collection and Analysis Checklist
Learn more about how each state should collect data to understand the impaired driving problem.
Federal Legislative Checklist
Learn more about how federal legislators can deter high-risk impaired driving.
GHSA Report: High-Risk Impaired Drivers: Combating a Critical Threat
GHSA's report, "High-Risk Impaired Drivers: Combating a Critical Threat," focuses on the challenges and opportunities associated with the high-risk impaired driver — a person who lacks the restraint or self-control to resist driving impaired.
High-Risk Impaired Driver Explanation Video
Houston S.O.B.E.R. Court: Treatment, Education and Supervision for High-Risk Impaired Drivers
CARS Mental Health Screening and Assessment Tool
Research tells us that 45% of repeat DUI offenders suffer from a mental health disorder in addition to lifetime alcohol disorder. Repeat DUI offenders are highly resistant to change despite previous sanctions, treatment or education efforts. Untreated, undiagnosed mental health issues are likely a major contributing factor to their dangerous, and often deadly, behavior.
Electronic warrants (eWarrants) are an important tool to help law enforcement get impaired drivers off the roads. Automated warrant processes give law enforcement a streamlined tool to ensure people who drive impaired are held accountable.
Repeat DUI offenses are complex. Watch this video to learn why they can slip through the cracks.