Impaired Driving

Resources and Training to Reduce Impaired Driving
Creating Safety & Awareness in New York State


For more than three decades, New York has been a leader in reducing crashes, fatalities and injuries resulting from alcohol and drug impaired driving. At the core of the state’s well-established comprehensive system for addressing impaired driving is a set of strict laws which are supported by effective enforcement, prosecution, adjudication, and offender programs.

The Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee (GTSC) plays the central role in the promotion and coordination of multiple components of New York’s Impaired Driving Program. The funds and other resources GTSC invests to reduce impaired driving are complemented by a number of other federal, state, local and private sector activities. 

Taking Action Impaired Driving Resources

Empowering Communities
STOP-DWI Program
STOP-DWI is a statewide alcohol and highway safety program that enables counties to coordinate efforts to reduce alcohol and drug-related crashes.

Additional Resources

Upcoming ARIDE and DRE Training

Contact Information
Impaired Driving Program Inquiries

Renée Borden
New York State Drug Recognition Expert (DRE)
Statewide Coordinator
State of New York

Governor's Traffic Safety Committee
New York State Department of Motor Vehicles
6 Empire State Plaza, Room 410B
Albany, NY 12228
518-474-5111