USDOT Transportation and Health Tool
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) – together with the American Public Health Association (APHA) – partnered to develop the simple-to-use Transportation and Health Tool. The tool highlights the connection between transportation and public health and can help improve transportation decision making. The tool enables transportation decision makers and the public to compare their region or state with others on key health and transportation indicators.
DUI Counterattack, Hillsborough
DUI Counterattack, Hillsborough, Inc., was incorporated in 1971 to provide drug and alcohol education courses to persons convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or other drugs, who elect to attend prior to appearing in court, or who are required to attend by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles and who live, work or attend school in Hillsborough County.
FDOT State Safety Office – Media Campaign Materials
FDOT website that provides media campaign materials, including impaired driving materials, used in Florida.
DHSMV DUI and IID
The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) website that provides oversight, education, and monitoring for licensed Driving Under the Influence (DUI) programs in Florida, contracted ignition interlock device (IID) providers, and drivers with illegal substance-related driving infractions.
DHSMV Licensed DUI Programs in Florida
The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles’ (DHSMV) Bureau of Motorist Compliance website that provides administrative oversight for licensed Driving Under the Influence (DUI) programs statewide. DUI programs are non-profit organizations required to provide drug and alcohol education to DUI offenders to satisfy judicial and driver licensing requirements.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Victim Impact Panel
The purpose of the Victim Impact Panel (VIP) program is to help drunk and drugged driving offenders to recognize and internalize the lasting and long-term effects of substance-impaired driving. At a VIP, victims, survivors and others impacted by substance-impaired driving crashes speak briefly about the crash in which they were injured and/or a loved one was killed or injured. They share a first-person account of how the crash impacts their lives. They do not blame or judge. They simply tell their stories, describing how their lives and the lives of their families and friends were affected by the crash.
NHTSA Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over
NHTSA website that provides educational materials and media related to impaired driving and its consequences.
Unless explicitly stated, all literature and publications shared were not created or commissioned by the Florida Impaired Driving Coalition.
Recommendations for Toxicological Investigation of Drug-Impaired Driving and Motor Vehicle Fatalities Report Published August 13, 2013
This Journal of Analytical Toxicology report describes the review and update of a set of minimum recommendations for the toxicological investigation of suspected alcohol and drug-impaired driving cases and motor vehicle fatalities involving drugs or alcohol. The recommendations have the goal of ensuring that a consistent set of data regarding the most frequently encountered drugs linked to driving impairment is collected for practical application in the investigation of these cases and to allow epidemiological monitoring and the development of evidence-based public policy on this important public safety issue. The recommendations are based on a survey of practices in US laboratories performing this kind of analysis, consideration of existing epidemiological crash and arrest data and practical considerations of widely available technology platforms in laboratories performing this work. The final recommendations were derived from a consensus meeting of experts recruited from survey respondents and the membership of the National Safety Council’s Alcohol, Drug and Impairment Division (formerly known as the Committee on Alcohol and Other Drugs, CAOD).
Florida's Impaired Driving Traffic Safety Facts 2023
A summary of impaired driving data from 2023.
Florida's Alcohol-Impaired Driving Traffic Safety Facts 2020
A summary of impaired driving data from 2020.
NHTSA – Traffic Safety Facts Research Notes: 2018 Fatal Motor Vehicle Crashes: Overview
A summary of traffic safety data broken down by each state.
FDOT – Data Matrices
The FDOT Florida Highway Safety Data Matrices were designed to provide traffic safety planners an objective, data-driven tool to rank traffic safety projects, including impaired driving.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – Impaired Driving
CDC website that provides impaired driving resources, including state fact sheets, data and maps for drunk driving.
Impaired Driving Program Assessment Background
The purpose of this assessment, conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), was to review all components of the State of Florida Impaired Driving Program, note the program's strengths and accomplishments, and note where improvements can be made. This assessment was a done in a cooperative effort between the Florida Department of Transportation State Safety Office and NHTSA. Program assessments are based on the “Uniform Guidelines for State Highway Safety Programs" which are required by Congress and periodically updated through a public rulemaking process. For each highway safety program area, the criteria against which each state program is assessed have been developed through use of the uniform guidelines, augmented by current best practices. Specifically, this assessment used Highway Safety Program Guideline No. 8 Impaired Driving.
Although not required, the State of Florida requested NHTSA’s assistance in assessing the State’s alcohol and drug impaired driving countermeasures program to comply with 23 CFR 1200.23 promulgated under Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21) to qualify for the Impaired Driving Countermeasures Grant.
Florida Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor (TSRP) Program