To help make your region’s Target Zero an effective and valuable program, below are some resources for you to use. Click on the link to take you to the document. Please contact Doug Dahl, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any questions, or would like more information.
Most of us in Washington don’t drive impaired; the few that do were responsible for XX fatal crashes last year in our state.
Most of us in _______ County(s) don’t drive impaired; the few that do were responsible for XX fatal crashes last year in our community.
It’s going to take all of us to drive that number toward zero. And that’s exactly what’s happening. Most Washingtonians (81%), when in a situation to intervene, take action to prevent someone from driving impaired.
If you encounter a situation where someone might drive impaired you can:
Arrange for or provide a ride
Arrange for the person to stay where they are
Engage someone else to help, including calling 911 if the person drives
Starting next week, law enforcement in ________ county(s) and across the state will be conducting extra patrols to get impaired drivers off our roads. Working together, we can stop impaired driving in our communities.