TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD
INTRODUCTION
PREFACE
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

PART I – BUILDING PROGRAMS THAT WORK

PART II – THE EIGHT FOUNDATION ELEMENTS OF A SUCCESSFUL DUI STRATEGY

PART III – SUPPORT TOOLS FOR BUILDING PROGRAMS THAT WORK

PART IV – LEADERSHIP ROLES FOR OFFICIALS

Acknowledgments

The Juvenile DUI Enforcement Program series benefited greatly from the insightful suggestions of several expert advisors who devoted their time in reviewing this projectís draft materials: Honorable Philip Trompeter, Juvenile and Family Court Judge, Roanoke, Virginia; Iris Hart, National Council on Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Reno, Nevada; Patricia Gould, Director, National Traffic Law Center, American Prosecutors Research Institute; Chuck Pena, Executive Director, Northern Virginia Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD); Joseph Trotter, Director, Justice Programs Office, The American University; Kay Chopard, Office of Communications and Outreach, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA); Judy Kosterman, Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America; and Amy Schapiro, former Research Assistant, Police Executive Research Forum (PERF). This series could not have been produced without the outstanding contributions of Molly McConville, former Research Specialist, PERF, who completed work on the four final work products.

Special thanks go to the expert advisors who provided early and ongoing review of project activities. Each has an impressive record of involvement with initiatives to prevent driving under the influence of alcohol or other drugs (DUI) and with other justice system innovations, and each contributed that expertise generously over the course of the project. The advisors are former Lt. Col. Thomas Carr, Maryland State Police (now Director, Washington - Baltimore High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas, or HIDTA); Darrel W. Stephens, Assistant City Manager, St. Petersburg, Florida; Honorable J. Dean Lewis, Judge, Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, Spotsylvania, Virginia; Honorable Andrew Sonner, former Montgomery County Stateís Attorney (now Circuit Court Judge, Rockville, Maryland); John V. Moulden, President, Transportation Safety Associates; Bill Butynski, former Executive Director, National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors; Barbara Harsha, National Association of Governorsí Highway Safety Representatives; and Charles Hurley, National Safety Council.

Perhaps most important, the information presented in the Juvenile DUI Enforcement Program publications is based on the experiences and reflections of the demonstration sites. The personnel at these sites were able to present a more unified, aggressive, proactive response to juvenile DUI: Rose Ewing, Community Service Council, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Lt. Lynn Jones, Tulsa Police Department, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Maj. Jerry Hunter and Lt. Tom Clifford, Hampton Police Department, Hampton, Virginia; Dr. Denis Foley, Director, Albany County STOP-DWI Program, Albany, New York; Assistant Chief William Georges, Albany Police Department, Albany, New York; Insp. Craig Masterson, New York State Police; Kay Diaz, Sgt. Bill Niles, and Sgt. Joe Knott, Phoenix Police Department, Phoenix, Arizona; and Carol Servino, DUI Coordinator, Astoria Police Department, Astoria, Oregon.

Last but not least, gratitude and deep appreciation go to the program managers, Sharie Cantelon of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention and Jim Wright of NHTSA, for their patience, perseverance, and willingness to explore the best ways to get the job done.