Tools and Resources



Click here to access brochures for printing

As part of the ‘refresh’ many items including banners, coasters, posters and stickers are being reviewed with the content updated and are being recreated with the new look of New York’s STOP-DWI Programs. Again these are able to be personalized with individual county information and are available to print or download.

Guide to file types: 

jpg - Photographic images. Supported by most web browsers.

ai - Adobe Illustrator files are editable using programs that support the format, such as Adobe Illustrator, Inkscape, CorelDRAW, etc.

psd - Photoshop document, used mainly for storing image manipulation & editing data.


Coaster - jpg, ai


Banner - jpg, psd, ai


Postcard - jpg, ai


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Shattered Lives was originally published by the Broome County STOP-DWI Program in 2003 in collaboration with MADD of Broome County, the Binghamton City School District, the Daniel K run/walk and the City of Binghamton Parks Department.  Shattered Lives also received generous support from the New York Press Association, David Skyrca Design and Chris Heide, Broome County Department of Information Technology.  The publication was adapted and reprinted in 2005, 2007 and again in 2010 as a STOP-DWI New York publication reflecting the impact of impaired driving throughout New York State.  The 2010 and 2015 editions were reprinted by the New York State STOP-DWI Foundation, Inc. with funding by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration through a grant from the New York State Governor's Traffic Safety Committee. (click here for the Spanish version of Shattered Lives)

The most sincere acknowledgement goes to the courageous people who were willing to share their painful stories with the reader to prevent future tragedies related to impaired driving.  Shattered Lives is dedicated to the victims of drunk driving crashes.

In the early days of STOP-DWI in New York State both Delaware RID (Remove Intoxicated Drivers) and the New York State STOP-DWI Coordinators Association created publications used as the model for the current Shattered Lives booklets. 

Click here to download "Drunk Driving Its Impact ... Its Victims! by Delaware County RID

Click here to download "Impaired Driving is Everyone's Problem:  Our Public Servants Tell Their Stories" by the NYS STOP-DWI Coordinators Association.

The most recent crash data is provided by ITSMR (Institute for Traffic Safety Management and Research) and is available at:   This site provides statewide data that can also be filtered by county.
3 recent ITSMR factsheets:

March 2016- New York State Fact Sheet on Alcohol and Drugged Driving Arrests:

March 2016- New York State Fact Sheet on Impaired Driving Arrests

March 2015- New York State Fact Sheet Crashes Involving Young Drivers Ages 16-20

Studies and Presentations

A recent study conducted by the Institute for Traffic Safety Management and Research found that the involvement of drugs is a serious issue in fatal crashes, with one out of six fatalities (16%) being drug-related.  Click here to view the January 2013 ITSMR Research Note – Drivers Ticketed for Drug Impaired Driving on New York Roadways. 

The purpose of this guide is to assist officials and members of the public interested in establishing an impaired-driving task force at a local or regional but not statewide level or who are exploring ways to improve their current task forces. 2011 NHTSA study

Impaired Driving in New York State - ITSMR reports of their studies relating to drinking and driving. Click here to see more.

Click here to view and download NHTSA's 2005 "A Review of New York State's STOP-DWI Program".

Click here to view and download the 2014 historical review of NYS STOP-DWI as presented at the 2014 Highway Traffic Safety Symposium.

Click here to review an article published in The Week (November 8, 2013) relating to Texting and Driving.

Click here for the M-Memo on the A2 IID restriction that DMV imposes on the problem drivers

DRE – The New York State Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee  is charged with the administration and oversight of the Drug Evaluation and Classification Program  under the auspices of the International Association of Chiefs Of Police.  A recurring concern we have heard from the law enforcement community is the difficulty in locating a DRE especially if the agency does not have a DRE on staff.  To address this issue we have compiled and are making available a statewide listing of all certified Drug Recognition Experts and their employing agency contact information.  We hope that this newly published listing of Drug Recognition Experts will provide a concise reference to quickly contact a local DRE to provide assistance in any drug impaired, driving related incident.

The list is presented alphabetically by county and can be found on the GTSC website, at this link:   Once this page loads click on “NYS DRE Officers” at the bottom of the page to access the listing.   

This DRE Web page provides the link to the announcement and application and also lists all of the other upcoming trainings we offer such as the Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement training


New York State traffic safety data and statistical summaries of traffic crashes, traffic tickets, and conviction rates for New York counties are published annually in the County Data Reports.

DCJS Law Enforcement Forms:

Information on impaired and/or distracted driving

Traffic Safety for Kids:

New York State Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee (GTSC):

Mothers Against Drunk Driving: - "The History of MADD"

Students Against Drunk Driving:

Karen’s Crusade:

Drive and Stay Alive Western New York Page:

Global Road Safety Partnership

Cycling: THINK!: Road safety

Bicycles | National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Pedestrian and Cyclist Safety Guide

Safety Tips | Safe Kids Worldwide 


The Franklin County Traffic Safety Board writes a news article every week on various subjects dealing with traffic safety and the NYS Vehicle and Traffic Law. These articles are released weekly to the newspapers serving Franklin County. They are also sent to Time-Warner where they are displayed on the “Local Access” channel. Some of these media present the articles weekly while others run them when space is available. Click Here to access the articles.

New York State has 58 STOP DWI Coordinators who collaborate and share ideas. The below links are ideas collected from many counties, feel free to contact an individual county to obtain more information.


Many Anti-Drunk Driving Campaigns have made their way to New York’s educational efforts. As a result of the combination of the advertising, legislative change and Police enforcement we have seen the fatality figure fall over the years. Many commercials have been put to air over the last 30 years. We all have our favorites, with images and words that are burned into our memories. These commercials have created a culture of road safety that consistently results in a lower fatality rates.

Click here for graphic video of DWI related crashes.


Anti-DWI campaign produced for the Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee and New York State Broadcasters Association in 2010. Spot tells the true story of the tragic death of 7-year-old Katie Flynn, who was killed when a drunk driver hit the limo she and her family were riding in head-on while driving the wrong direction on the Meadowbrook Parkway on Long Island. Starring the parents of Katie Flynn, and includes actual dash cam footage of crash, crash photos, and video/photos of Katie that day.   Click here to view the TV Public Service Announcement.