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Advisory Committee

In January 2020, Oklahoma Department of Public Safety Commissioner John Scully signed an order creating the "ENDUI Oklahoma Advisory Committee. This committee, made up of various state, local, and private groups and agencies, was created to continue and build upon the important work begun by the Governor's Impaired Driving Prevention Advisory Council (GIDPAC). The purpose of the Committee is to make recommendations, of a state-wide nature, to reduce the incidence of impaired driving crashes in the State of Oklahoma. To this end, the Committee has been authorized and empowered to:

  • Collect, analyze, and interpret national, state, and local data on impaired driving and associated crashes;
  • Review, evaluate, and monitor the impaired driving system of the State;
  • Identify best practices from international, national, tribal, state, or local sources in combating impaired driving;
  • Coordinate and integrate state and local efforts and resources to reduce the incidence of impaired driving and associated traffic crashes; and
  • Make recommendations in the form of a statewide plan to reduce the incidence of impaired driving and impaired driving traffic crashes.


The Committee is made up of representatives from the following groups:

  • Oklahoma Department of Public Safety
  • Oklahoma State University School of Forensic Sciences
  • Oklahoma District Attorneys Council
  • Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
  • Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
  • Oklahoma Highway Patrol
  • Oklahoma Highway Safety Office
  • Stop DUI Oklahoma
  • Tulsa Police Department
  • Oklahoma City Police Department
  • Oklahoma State Department of Health
  • Oklahoma Board of Tests for Alcohol and Drug Influence
  • Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement Commission
  • Oklahoma State Judicial Educator


The Committee will meet at times and places deemed necessary by the Committee. The Committee may appoint other members as it deems necessary. The Committee may appoint working groups from its membership as it deems necessary. The Committee may develop bylaws and procedures to promote the effective and efficient administration of its functions including the development and approval of the Statewide Impaired Driving Strategic Plan.