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Ulster County

Valerie Naccarato, Acting Coordinator
Deborah Stitt, Administrator

733 Broadway
KingstonNY 12401





Victim’s Impact Panel

Pre-registration is required – STOP DWI (845) 340-3452- All scheduled days are Tuesdays

Until further notice all VIP’s will be held at 733 Broadway, Kingston, NY 12401

Registration starts at 5:30 pm and the doors close at 5:55 pm

November 14, 2023
December 12, 2023
January 9th, 2024
February 6th, 2024
March 12th, 2024
April 9th, 2024
May 14th, 2024

June 11th, 2024
July 9th, 2024
August 13th, 2024
September 10th, 2024
October 8th, 2024
November 12th, 2024
December 10th, 2024

Supervisor Mark Pisano with intern Isabella Burke at Marist College the Criminal Justice job fair

Scenes from Kingston High School’s Summer 9 program for incoming 9th graders on 7/20/23.  Students, faculty and probation staff interacted with the simulator and drunk and high goggles. 

Members of the Ulster County Probation Department and STOP DWI took the simulator to the Onteora High School retreat at Bellayre Mountain on 5/25/23. A beautiful day to be outside and teach the seniors the dangers of drinking/drugging and driving.

April 20, 2023 at Saugerties High School Health Fair - Ulster County Probation Officers participate with the simulator and impaired goggles.

Simulator trailer wrapped with STOP DWI Messaging, now parked on main road, Albany Avenue in the City of Kingston. The trailer is now doing double duty, simulator transport and Billboard

The STOP DWI awards in Ulster County were held on September 1, 2021.  Pat Ryan the County Executive gave a key note speech and Nancy Schmidt gave out the awards.  Sandra Daw was recognized as she has retired from STOP DWI.  Awards were presented to members from Marlborough Police, Lloyd Police, Ulster County Sheriff and NYSP Troop F.

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New York’s STOP-DWI program is the Nations’ first and, to date, only self-sustaining impaired driving program. Other States have implemented components of self-sufficiency, but none to the degree of New York State.