Significant programs are in place that have helped Indiana in becoming a national model for impaired driving prevention and enforcement.
- Peer-to-peer assistance is provided to law enforcement departments statewide through seven regional law enforcement liaisons;
- Participation in the “Over the Limit, Under Arrest" national mobilizations;
- A paid statewide media campaign promoting increased enforcement;
- Quarterly meetings with DUI Taskforce law enforcement agencies to include peer-to-peer reports out of enforcement results, problem solving, program highlights, legal updates and training;
- A full-time statewide coordinator overseeing the Standardized Field Sobriety Training (SFST) and Drug Recognition Evaluation Training (DRE) programs;
- Continuing education/training is provided to law enforcement, judges and prosecutors;
- Funding to conduct underage compliance checks for purchasing alcohol and conducting training programs through the Indiana Excise Police;
- An evaluation of Indiana’s 51 drug and alcohol courts was completed in mid 2007;
- Provide impaired driving traffic enforcement equipment to law enforcement; and
- Improvement of the state traffic records program through various grant opportunities such as the Federal Motor Carrier Assistance Program and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
All of these factors can be attributed to Indiana's top ten ranking among states with the lowest number of alcohol related fatal crashes. Indiana will continue to strive to be among the nation’s leaders in reducing impaired driving crashes, injuries, and deaths.
Winning Your DUI Case Presentations
Presentation by Sam Nunn
Defensive Tactics Presentation
Direct Exam of a DUI Officer Presentation
Legal Update Presentation
Indiana DRE Application
SFST Instructor List