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DWI (Driving While Intoxicated)

Community Work Service | Courts | DWI | Domestic Abuse | Domestic Relations | Drug Testing | Intake | Investigation | Probation | Probation Reporting Center (PRC) | Sex Offenders | Return to Adults

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Target Population
Offenders placed on probation due to DWI or alcohol-related traffic matters.




  • Monitoring, group supervision, and individual supervision for offenders who are on probation.
  • Working with community programs to provide chemical-abuse education.
  • Working with community programs with chemical-abuse and chemical-dependency treatment.
  • Coordinating a 12-Step Orientation Program for Alcoholics Anonymous.
  • Monitoring offender attendance at M.A.D.D (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) Impact Panels.
  • Conducting Driving with Care groups.
  • Conducting and preparing pre-sentence investigation reports for the court on felony DWI cases along with selected gross misdemeanor and misdemeanor cases.

Offender Assessment and Chemical Programming

  • The DWI Unit is now using the Adult Substance Use and Driving Survey (Revised) as a part of the chemical assessment for offenders who have been convicted of alcohol and/or other drug-related traffic offenses.  The tool assesses the offender's chemical-education or chemical-therapy needs at the time of the assessment.  A contract assessor, community chemical health service providers, and private assessors conduct the assessments.
  • The DWI Unit is now using the Driving with Care program.  This program is used with offenders who have been convicted of alcohol and/or other drug-related traffic offenses.  The curriculum addresses an offender's needs in the area of chemical education or chemical education and therapy.  Community chemical health service providers and probation conduct the programming.