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Portland Bureau of Transportation

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Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204

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DUII

Learn about Portland’s efforts to develop a comprehensive approach to DUII including prevention, enforcement, adjudication, and treatment.  Contact Sharon at Sharon.white@portlandoregon.gov for information about quarterly meetings of the Portland/Multnomah County DUII Working Group.


Oregon DUII Flow Chart

Overview of the process a person will go through if they are suspected of DUII or charged with DUII and the fees associated with diversion and sanctions.

Oregon Fatal Crashes 2007 - 2008

Data for the attached tables come from the Fatality Analysis Reporting System ("FARS" formerly Fatal Accident Reporting System) operated by the National Highway Safety Administration.

DUII Work Group Accomplishments

Listing of accomplishments from January 2006 through June 2009.

"A Strategy for Reducing the Impact of Driving Under Influence of Intoxicants in Portland, Oregon" report by PSU, March 2008

PSU report that examines the problem, current practices, best practices, and potential strategies for implementing prevention, enforcement, treatment, enforcement and adjudication to address DUII.

Governor's Advisory Committee on DUII

Community members charged with raising awareness of DUII issues, encouraging communities to address DUII in an organized & systematic manner, generating public support for increased enforcement of laws, and educating the public about the dangers of DUII.

House Bill 2491

Information about a new law that, if passed, would expand the definition of an "intoxicant" to cover commonly abused drugs such as Nyquil and Robitussin.

ODOT "Impaired Driving" website

Access to information including the "Mobile DUII Processing Center" (36' motorhome retrofitted with equipment & supplies to test and process impaired drivers), links to statistics, impaired driving laws, and more.

Should sobriety checkpoints be reinstated in Oregon?

2009 KATU.com news story that questions the 1987 Oregon Supreme Court ruling that banned "sobriety checkpoints" on constitutional grounds.