on Impaired driving
The number of drug-impaired drivers in Wyoming is on the increase and is becoming an emerging concern. Please go to theDRUG IMPAIRED DRIVINGpage to learn more - Comprehensive report by the Governor's Highway Safety Administration.
ALWAYS BUCKLE UP - IT IS YOUR BEST DEFENSE AGAINST AN IMPAIRED DRIVER!
Labor Day Weekend - Please be careful!
Over the 2015 Labor Day holiday period, there were 460 crash fatalities nationwide. Forty percent of those fatal crashes involved drivers who had been drinking (.01+ BAC). Of those alcohol-related fatal crashes, nearly one third (33%) involved drivers who were impaired (.08+ BAC), and nearly one-fourth (23%) involved drivers who were driving with a BAC almost twice the illegal limit (.15+ BAC).
Please browse through the wealth of information contained in the various pages on this website and contact us if you have information that would be useful to include.
2017 WYOMING GOVERNOR'S CONFERENCE ON IMPAIRED DRIVING - MAY 24TH AND 25TH
The tentative schedule for the upcoming Wyoming Governor’s Conference on Impaired Driving Conference can be uploaded below. As you will see, there are some stellar topics being presented for the general sessions, as well as the various breakout sessions. The conference will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn/UW Conference Center in Laramie, Wyoming. The hotel has rooms blocked out for the conference at the $91 per night government rate. The hotel number is (307)745-5500 - you just need to mention the conference to get the special rate. The registration for the conference is FREE and there are no limits on the numbers of folks who register. This conference will satisfy the required re-certification training to maintain your DRE certification.
Welcome to the Governor's Council on Impaired Driving website. This website provides up-to-date statistics of crashes involving impaired drivers in Wyoming, information useful for understanding the issues and public safety concerns involved, and information about the Council's initiatives and activities. The Council is committed to finding ways to reduce the number of crashes, injuries and deaths caused by impaired drivers in our state.