DESIGNATED DRIVER AND SAFE RIDE PROGRAMS
The Designated Driver Program Guidebook: A Compendium for the Implementation of the Designated Driver Program
A guide to California based designated driver programs sponsored by drinking establishments. Subjects cover: server training, eligibility rules for the designated driver, benefits to the participating establishment and the resources required. To obtain a copy, please contact the California Highway Patrol, Office of Public Affairs, P.O. Box 942898, Sacramento, CA 94298-0001, (916) 657-7202.
Madd and California Highway Patrol Designated Driver Handbook
A manual that describes the designated driver program resources, philosophy, organization, management, training and media relations. Sample recruitment letters to establishments and a training guide are provided. To obtain a copy, please contact the Santa Barbara Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, 133 East Haley Street, P.O. Box 28, Santa Barbara, CA 93101, (805) 963-1433.
A Guide to Community-Based Designated Driver Programs
A manual including five profiles of designated driver Programs and topics covering organization, evaluation, publicity and funding. To obtain a copy, please contact the National Commission Against Drunk Driving, 1900 L Street, NW, Suite 705, Washington, D.C., 20036, (202) 452-6004.
Assessment of Year-Round and Holiday Ride Service Programs
An evaluation of two
Ride Service Programs, I'm Smart (a year-round program) and Sobercab (a
The Review and Assessment of Designated Driver Programs as an Alcohol Countermeasure Approach
Approach A listing of
431 public drinking establishments that have designated driver programs. The
collection of data includes setting information, size, clientele description,
program organization, operation and impact.
The Art of Appropriate Evaluation for Highway Safety Program Managers
Highway safety program
managers who want to know how to evaluate the effectiveness of their programs
will want The Art of Appropriate Evaluation: A Guide for Highway Safety Program
Managers. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) sponsored
development of this guide to help document the good parts of our traffic safety
programs and identify the things that need to be changed. The Guide de-mystifies
what is meant by evaluation, describes common stumbling blocks, and discusses
how to choose an appropriate evaluation method to promote the hard work that
goes into traffic safety programs. The Guide is intended for state or local
highway safety project directors with at least some curiosity about program
evaluation. A background in experimental design or statistics is not required.
The Guide tells where you can find experts to help with that part.