Significant programs are in place that have helped Indiana become 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 “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 of enforcement results, problem solving, program highlights, legal updates and training;
- A dedicated program manager overseeing the coordination of Indiana's 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;
- 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.