Tools and Resources

This page provides FREE materials that can be utilized by individuals, schools, agencies and community groups in order 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 that can provide additional information or contact your local
STOP-DWI Coordinator.


Shattered Lives Impaired Driving Tragedies – Victim Perspectives (Contact your local STOP-DWI Program for Copies)

Vidas Destrozadas - Tragedias por Conducir Inhabilitado | Perspectivas de las Víctimas (Contact your local STOP-DWI Program for Copies)

Impaired Driving is Everyone’s Problem: Our Public Servants Tell Their Stories

Drunk Driving Its Impact ... Its Victims!

A Guide For Local Impaired-Driving Task Forces

A Review of New York State’s STOP-DWI Program

An Historical Review of NYS STOP-DWI Program



New York State Fact Sheet on Impaired Driving Crashes and Arrests 2012 – 2016

New York State Fact Sheet on Alcohol-Related Crashes 2012- 2016

New York State Fact Sheet on Alcohol and Drugged Driving Arrests 2012 – 2016

New York State Fact Sheet on DWI Recidivism 199-2009, 2012-2015, 2016

Young Drivers 2012-2016


A recent study conducted by the Institute for Traffic Safety Management and Research found that the involvement of drugs is a serious issue in fatal crashes, with one out of six fatalities (16%) being drug-related.  Click here to view the January 2013 ITSMR Research Note – Drivers Ticketed for Drug Impaired Driving on New York Roadways. 

The purpose of this guide is to assist officials and members of the public interested in establishing an impaired-driving task force at a local or regional but not statewide level or who are exploring ways to improve their current task forces. 2011 NHTSA study

Impaired Driving in New York State - ITSMR reports of their studies relating to drinking and driving. Click here to see more.

Click here to view and download NHTSA's 2005 "A Review of New York State's STOP-DWI Program".

Click here to view and download the 2014 historical review of NYS STOP-DWI as presented at the 2014 Highway Traffic Safety Symposium.

Click here to review an article published in The Week (November 8, 2013) relating to Texting and Driving.

Click here for the M-Memo on the A2 IID restriction that DMV imposes on the problem drivers


Mothers Against Drunk Driving

Students Against Destructive Decisions

Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee (GTSC)

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Insurance Institute for Highway Safety

National Safety Council

AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety

NYS Sheriffs’ Association

NYS Department of Motor Vehicles

NYS Office of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Services

NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services

NYS Office of Probation and Correctional Services

NYS Liquor Authority

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse & Alcoholism

National Institute on Drug Abuse


Many Anti-Drunk Driving Campaigns have made their way to New York’s educational efforts. As a result of the combination of the 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 a lower fatality rates.

Click here for graphic video of DWI related crashes.


Anti-DWI campaign produced for the Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee and New York State Broadcasters Association in 2010. Spot tells the true story of the tragic death of 7-year-old Katie Flynn, who was killed when a drunk driver hit the limo she and her family were riding in head-on while driving the wrong direction on the Meadowbrook Parkway on Long Island. Starring the parents of Katie Flynn, and includes actual dash cam footage of crash, crash photos, and video/photos of Katie that day.   Click here to view the TV Public Service Announcement.