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

VII. REFERENCES AND DOCUMENTS ANALYZED

Center for Court Innovation. (October, 2003). The New York State Adult Drug Court Evaluation. New York, NY.

Conference of Chief Justices (CCJ) and Conference of State Court Administrators (COSCA). (2000, August 3). CCJ Resolution 22 and COSCA Resolution IV, Adopted as proposed by the Task Force on Therapeutic Justice. Rapid City, SD. Accessed via http://cosca.ncsc.dni.us/Resolutions/resolutionproblemsolvingcts.html.

Court of Appeals of New York. (1992, November 19). County of Rensselaer, et al. v. Edward V. Regan as Comptroller of the State of New York. Opinion of the Court, Order of the Appellate Division (173 A.D. 2d 37, 578 N.Y.S. 2d 274) Albany, NY.

Institute for Traffic Safety Management and Research. (February 2004). New York State Traffic Safety Data. Albany, NY: State University of New York.

Institute for Traffic Safety Management and Research. (March 1985, reprinted November 2003). Administrative Evaluation: New York State STOP-DWI Program. Albany, NY: State University of New York.

Mothers Against Drunk Drivers. (2003). Rating the States 2002 – Alcohol and Traffic Safety Laws. Accessed in January 2003 via http://www.madd.org.

National Association of Counties. (2003). A Brief Overview of County Government. Washington, DC: Author.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. (March 2003). Digest of State Alcohol-Highway Safety-Related Legislation, 21st Edition (DOT HS 809 435). Washington, DC: United States Department of Transportation.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (National Center for Statistics and Analysis). (2003). State Alcohol-Related Fatality Rates 2002 (DOT HS 809 673). Washington, DC: United States Department of Transportation.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. (2003). State Laws and Practices for BAC Testing and Reporting Drivers Involved in Fatal Crashes. Washington, DC: United States Department of Transportation.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. (1998). New York STOP-DWI: A Model for Excellence. Info “II” Share (Vol. 98, No. V). Albany, New York (NHTSA Eastern Region): United States Department of Transportation.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. (1995). Funding Impaired-Driving Programs: Guidelines, State Summaries, Matrix, and Case Studies. Traffic Tech (No. 90). Washington, DC: United States Department of Transportation.

New York Department of Motor Vehicles, Governor's Traffic Safety Committee. (2004). Data Reports for 2001 by County via www.nysgtsc.state.ny.us/datapacks.htm.

New York State Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee. (2004). Highway Safety Strategic Plan 2004 (February). Albany, NY: New York Department of Motor Vehicles.

New York State Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee. (2003). Organizational Overview of the Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee (January). Albany, NY: New York Department of Motor Vehicles via
www.nysgtsc.state.ny.us/overview.htm.

New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services. (2004).
2004 County Resource Book, Volume I Service Need and Utilization. Albany, NY: Retrieved on July 30, 2004, via www.oasas.state.ny.us/hps/county_resource_book/04/04_table3.htm.

New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services. (1999).
Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention Services Needs Assessment: County-Level Social Indicator Study. Albany, NY: Retrieved on July 30, 2004, via www.oasas.state.ny.us/hps/datamart/dissemin.pdf.

New York State STOP-DWI Coordinators Association. (2002). Brochure on New York State’s STOP-DWI Program. Retrieved on January 28, 2004, via
http://safeny.com/stop-bro.htm.

New York State STOP-DWI Coordinators Association. Impaired Driving Is Everyone’s Problem: Our Public Servants Tell Their Stories. Albany, NY; Author.

New York State Police. (2003). 2003 Traffic Safety Plan. Albany, NY; Author.

Office of Justice Programs Drug Court Clearinghouse and Technical Assistance Project. (2003). Summary of Drug Court Activity by State and County (November). Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice and the American University.

State of New York. (2003). Citizen’s Guide to New York State Government Structure. Albany NY: Author. www.budget.state.ny.us/citizen/structure/structure.html

State of New York Department of Motor Vehicles. (2003). Vehicle & Traffic Law (2002-2003 Edition, DMV-VT, 4/03). Albany NY: State of New York, Author.

Partial List of Other Websites Reviewed

Remove Intoxicated Drivers
www.crisny.org/not-for-profit/ridusa

New York State Department of Motor Vehicles, Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee
www.nysgtsc.state.ny.us/overview.htm

New York State Assembly http://assembly.state.ny.us/leg/

Documents and Other Material Reviewed

Alcoholic Beverage Tax Law (Rules Governing the Courts of the State of New Jersey R.S.54:41-1)

New Jersey Statutory Act (N.J.S.A.) 26:2B-32, 33, 34a and 34b; 39:4-50.

New York STOP-DWI County Plans (N = 58) - Made available by the New York Department of Motor Vehicles.

Committee on Developing a Strategy to Reduce and Prevent Underage Drinking, National Research Council, Institute of Medicine (Bonnie, R.J., and McConnell, M.E., Eds.). Reducing Underage Drinking: A Collective Responsibility. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2003.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (Tippets, A.S., and Voas, R.B., Eds.). (2003). A Meta-analysis of .08 Per se Laws in 19 Jurisdictions (DOT HS 808 ). Washington, DC: United States Department of Transportation.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (Luckey, R.R, Martens, K.A., and Gilbert, D.T., Eds.). (2003). Uncharged Injured, Impaired Drivers (Final report). Washington, DC: United States Department of Transportation.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (Jones, R.K., and Lacey, J.H., Eds.).
(1999). Evaluation of A Day Reporting Center for Repeat DWI Offenders. Washington, DC: United States Department of Transportation.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (Jones, R.K., and Lacey, J.H., Eds.).
(1998). Evaluation of an Individualized Sanctioning Program for DWI Offenders (DOT HS 808 842). Washington, DC: United States Department of Transportation.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. (1983). A Guide to Self-Sufficient Funding of Alcohol Traffic Safety Programs (DOT HS 806 432). Washington, DC: United States Department of Transportation.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (Jones, R.K., and Lacey, J.H., Eds.).
(1991). Review of the Literature Evaluating the Effect of Countermeasures to Reduce Alcohol-Impaired Driving, 1980-1989 (DOT HS 808 023). Washington, DC: United States Department of Transportation.

State of New Jersey Division of Taxation. (2002). New Jersey Taxation Annual Report. Author. www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/pdf/annual/2002/taxesadmin.pdf.