MADD 2017 Annual Report

Court Monitoring MADD’s Court Monitoring program grew in 2017, as over 22,000 new cases were entered into MADD’s National Court Monitoring Database by Court Monitoring staff and volunteers in 12 states. Many more volunteers served in this program in various roles. MADD equipped and empowered them through quarterly training calls to improve data entry and expand understanding of the variances from state to state, due mostly to differences in judiciary structures and sentencing rules. In the fall of 2017, MADD’s first National Court Monitoring Report was released nationally and MADD received coverage from more than a dozen national and local news sources. We expect Court Monitoring to continue to grow within the current states as well as expand in 2018.

Eliminating Drunk Driving

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