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

Contents
Foreword
Introduction
Preface
Acknowledgments

Part I – Building Programs That Work

Foreword
1. The Juvenile DUI Problem
Does This Headline Sound Familiar?
But Is This Really a Major Problem in My Town?
The Chief’s Youth DUI Checklist
2. Why Take On This Issue in Your Community?
Disturbing The Status Quo
Taking Active Steps
3. A Comprehensive Youth DUI Enforcement Strategy
Policy Oversight and Coordination
Strategic and Tactical Planning
Reactive and Proactive Enforcement
Reactive
Proactive
Prosecution
Adjudication and Diversion
Supervision and Treatment
Public Education
Feedback and Evaluation
4. How To Get Started
Finding a Leader
Convening a Community Policy Group
Building Community Support
Building Criminal Justice System Support
Getting Program Support
5. Keeping the Program Going
Sustaining Community Support
6. Inventory of Do’s and Don’ts


Part II – The Eight Foundation Elements of a Successful DUI Strategy

Foreword
Introduction
1. Policy Oversight and Coordination
Community-Based DUI Policy Group
2. Strategic and Tactical Planning
3. Reactive and Proactive Enforcement
Reactive Enforcement
Triple Jeopardy
Impaired Driver Enforcement Unit (IDEU)
Report All Intoxicated Drivers (RAID)
Sobriety Checkpoints
Cabs On Patrol (COP)
Bar Patrols
Proactive Law Enforcement
Keg ID
Underage Decoy Operations Badges in Business/Cops in Shops
Saturation Patrols
Kid Rid
Teenage Alcohol Patrols
4. Prosecution
Prosecutor’s Pre-Trial Conference
Police-Prosecutor
DUI Video Program
5. Adjudication and Diversion
Police-Based Diversion
First-Offense, Community-Based Diversion
Court-Based Diversion
6. Supervision and Treatment
Minor in Possession: Level I
Minor in Possession: Level II
Y.E.S. Program (Youth Enhancement Skills)
Youthful Drunk Driving (YDD) Program
7. Public Education
Alcohol Servers Knowledge Program and State Liquor Authority Seminar
School Programs
Prom and Graduation Programs
Victim Impact Panels
Juvenile Court Education
8. Feedback and Evaluation

Part III – Support Tools for Building Programs That Work

Foreword

1. Citywide Policy Statement
Resolution
2. Policy Oversight and Coordination
A Framework for Community Mobilization
3. Strategic and Tactical Planning
How to Plan Strategically for Your Community
What is Strategic Planning?
Making it Happen
Sustaining the Change
4. Department Policies and Procedures
Alcohol-Related Offenses Involving Juveniles
5. Juvenile DUI Program Goals and Objectives
Tulsa Police Department Juvenile Alcohol Prevention and Enforcement Proposal
6. Press Releases
City of Phoenix
Hampton Police Division
7. Parental Education
Parents, Teens and Alcohol
Parent’s Legal Guide
8. Highlights of Training Curricula
How Trainers Can Use and Modify the Model Curriculum
Comprehensive Curriculum on Enforcement Strategies To Combat Juvenile Impaired Driving Due to Alcohol or Other Drug Abuse
Public Policy Development
Challenging the Traditional Intervention Methods
Leadership Issues
Policy Group Development
Round Table Discussion
9. Contact List
Five Sites Representatives


Part IV – Leadership Roles for Officials
Foreword
1. The Police Executive: Facing the Challenges of Underage Drinking
Thomas H. Carr
Chief, Washington-Baltimore High
Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas
Office of National Drug Control Policy
Washington, D.C.
2. The Prosecutor’s Leadership Role in Juvenile Impaired Driving Programs: Supporting the Arrest Alternative
A. Gallatin Warfield
Former Assistant State Attorney
Howard County, Maryland
The Case
Policy
Police-Prosecutor Relations
Programs
Arrest
Diversion Programs
Alcohol Enforcement
Public Awareness
Judicial Support
Resource Allocation
Training
Motor Vehicle Administration
Task Force
An Alternative Ending
3. A Judge’s Response to Combating Juvenile Impaired Driving
Honorable Philip Trompeter
Juvenile and Domestic Relations
District Court
Roanoke, Virginia
Introduction
The Sobering Rite of Passage
It Is Not All in the Alcohol
Adult vs. Juvenile Drinking Patterns
A Springboard from the Court into the Community
A Unique Courtroom Rite of Passage
Additional Benefits of the Driver’s License Ceremony
Conclusion