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GAC on DUII meeting web page
DUII Data Book for Oregon Counties 2009-2013
DUII Laws (ORS Chapter 813)
Alcoholic Liquors Generally (ORS Chapter 471)
The Oregon Drug Evaluation and Classification Program, is managed and coordinated by the Oregon State Police Patrol Services Division and has been since the inception of the program in 1995. Oregon is one of 46 states, including the District of Columbia, participating in the program. The DEC Program is under the national guidance and direction of the International Association of Chief’s of Police and is supported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Friends look out for each other. Have a plan. Drive sober.
Drinking? Have a plan. Get a ride. Save Lives.
A Crash Is No Accident - 2018 Social Media Ad #1A Crash Is No Accident - 2018 Social Media Ad #2
Know the Signs PSA - 2022 YouTube videoA Crash Is No Accident PSA - 2020 YouTube video
Green State Poster - Digital format onlyNHTSA Safer Ride Ad
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Conducir bajo la influencia de alcohol/drogas trae consecuencias graves - KUNP-TV - Unavision Portland
Recuerde, si manja tomado, será arresto - 15 second TV PSA 1 - Univision Portland - VimeoRecuerde, si manja tomado, será arresto - 15 second TV PSA 2 - Univision Portland - Vimeo
Ignition Interlock Device Program - Oregon State Police
DHS - Addiction ServicesOregon DMVOregon Liquor Control CommissionOregon Motor Carrier TransportationOregon State Police
American Medical AssociationNational Highway Traffic Safety AdministrationOffice of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
International Association of Chiefs of PoliceInternational DEC ProgramInternational Standards of the DEC Program 2017
Mothers Against Drunk Driving
Ryan StoneProgram ManagerPhone: 971-345-7141
Transportation Safety OfficeODOT-TLC, MS 34040 Fairview Industrial Drive SESalem, OR 97302-1142
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