• March 1st, 2019

The purpose of the Impaired Driving Strategic Plan (IDSP) is to provide overall guidance to all agencies and private groups who are involved with various aspects of reducing the problems caused by ID. Specifically, the Alabama Impaired Driving Prevention Council (AIDPC) was formed not only to develop this plan but to guide its implementation and […]

  • July 23rd, 2018

Alabama’s ignition interlock law first came into effect in September 2011.  Since that time, small changes have been made to increase its enforceability.  This year, the Ignition Interlock Coalition made a concerted effort to change the law in order to spur an increase in use of ignition interlocks and ultimately to make them more money. […]

  • July 27th, 2017

Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded a $171,278 grant to help continue the services of a statewide prosecutor specializing in traffic safety cases. “Alabama’s law enforcement and criminal justice officers work tirelessly to enforce traffic laws and increase safety on our roads and highways,” Ivey said. “Through this partnership, we are providing expert support to those […]

  • May 11th, 2017

The plan is organized according to the recommendations of NHTSA Uniform Guidelines for State Highway Safety Programs (No. 8, November 2006), and thus has the major topics of Alabama’s Impaired Driving (ID) Challenge Program Management Prevention Criminal Justice Approaches Communication Program Alcohol and other Drugs Misuse, Screen, Assessment, Treatment, and Rehabilitation Program Evaluation and Data […]