Welcome to the Madison County information page where you can obtain answers to most of your drug and alcohol related questions. If you can’t find the answer to your question here, feel free to call or email us and we will get the answer for you.
Madison County Stop DWI
VICTIM IMPACT PANEL
(All Meetings/Dates are Subject to Change)
- Thursday, February 9
- Tuesday, April 11
- Monday, June 12
- Thursday, August 10
- Monday, October 9
- Wednesday, December 20
The Victim Impact Panel presentation is a live virtual instructor led Zoom class on specific dates every other month from 6:00 – 7:30 PM.
- All participants are required to pre-register for the Victim Impact Panel class prior to attending the training. You can register and pay for the Victim Impact Panel class by visiting the MadisonCountySTOPDWI.com website and click on the “Training” tab. Choose the Victim Impact Panel class you want to attend by clicking the “Book” button. If you have questions, call us at 315-750-0035.
- The registration fee for the Victim Impact Panel is $51.50 and the registration fee must be paid prior to attending the class.
- Participants will be required to use a computer/tablet with audio and visual capabilities when attending the VIP presentation.
- Participants will receive a certificate of completion within 24 hours of completing the class.
NYS Liquor Authority
We instruct the NYS Liquor Authority “Alcohol Training and Awareness Program” also known as “Responsible Server Training”. Attendees will learn the three illegal sales which include; sale to a minor, sale to a visibly intoxicated person, and sale to a habitual drunkard. Attendees will learn how to identify fictitious or altered ID’s and common signs and indicators associated with alcohol intoxication. The course will discuss how to prevent making an illegal sale which will help reduce your financial exposure.
If you are interested in hosting a training session for your business, please contact us at 315-750-0035.
If you are looking for reference material from the New York State Liquor Authority, here is the link to their homepage…..http://sla.ny.gov
The Impaired Driver Program – Alcohol & Drug Rehabilitation Program
- The Drinking Driver Program (DDP) is now called the Impaired Driver Program (IDP). As this new name is being implemented, you may see the two names interchangeably.
What happens if I am convicted of an alcohol or drug-related violation in New York State?
If you are convicted of an alcohol or drug-related driving violation, your license or privilege to drive in New York State will be revoked or suspended. However, you may be eligible for a conditional license or a conditional driving privilege if you participate in New York State’s Impaired Driver Program (IDP) (previously known as Drinking Driving Program or DDP) or an approved out-of-state program.
Your “Order of Suspension or Revocation” from the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will indicate a nearby state or county motor vehicle office where you may enroll in the Impaired Driver Program and apply for a conditional license/privilege, if applicable.
Your license suspension or revocation officially begins at your hearing or sentencing in court, unless the court gives you a “Continuation of Driving Privileges” (MV-1192). Your credit for serving the suspension or revocation begins on the effective date of the order. If you receive a “continuation,” your suspension or revocation will begin 20 days after sentencing
It is a criminal offense to drive a motor vehicle while your license is suspended or revoked. If you are convicted of driving under suspension or revocation, you may be fined and you may be sentenced to jail and/or probation. In addition, the police may impound the vehicle you were driving when arrested.
If you are placed on probation because of this conviction, you also must bring written permission from the sentencing court, or your probation officer, that allows you to apply for a license.
Driver Responsibility Assessments
If you are convicted of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), Driving While Ability Impaired (DWAI) or Driving While Ability Impaired by Drugs, or if you are found to have refused to submit to a chemical test, you will be required to pay a driver responsibility assessment each year for the next three years. For more information, see Pay driver responsibility assessment.
Participation in the Impaired Driver Program (IDP) will not prevent, reduce, or delay fines, fees, or penalties imposed under the driver responsibility assessment program.
- About the IDP
- Out-of-state options for IDP entry
- The conditional license
- Assessment and treatment providers
- Re-licensing after the IDP
- Re-licensing for non-participants
- Find an IDP by county
- Forms for IDP providers
Madison County IDP Provider
- Ellen Vachon, Director
Cazenovia Public Library
90 Albany Street
Cazenovia, NY 13035
Phone Number: (607) 748-8696
Mailing address: 435 Main Street, Suite 106, Johnson City, NY 13790
Classroom county locations: Broome, Madison, Tioga