Oregon Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants (DUII)

Note: If you have been accused of driving while intoxicated you should consult with an attorney. This site does not give legal advice and the information on it does not substitute for a lawyer and proper legal representation.

In 2008, a work group met to review the Oregon DUII system, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Oregon DUII system review report, and make recommendations to the division for administrative rule revision. After several meetings, these recommendations were formally submitted to both the division and the Governor’s Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs.

The work group included:

  • Addictions and Mental Health Division staff
  • Alcohol and Drug Evaluation Specialists
  • DUII Service Recipient
  • Governor’s Advisory Council on DUII
  • Judges
  • Representative of the Governor’s Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs (now abolished)
  • Treatment Providers

The Oregon DUII system is complex and involves law enforcement, the courts and judges, an appointed alcohol and drug screening specialist, approved DUII alcohol and drug treatment providers and the DMV. This Web page was developed to communicate system changes and provide helpful resources to all individuals involved in the DUII system.

DUII Rule Advisory Committee (RAC)

January 19, 2011

1:00- 3:00pm
Location: Labor & Industries Building Conference Room A, 350 Winter Street, Salem, OR

DUII RAC MeetingĀ Minutes

DUII Advisory Work Group Minutes

ALERT: After considering public comments during the hearing process on the Oregon Administrative Rule 415-054-0400 through 415-054-0520 STANDARDS FOR APPROVAL OF DUII AND MARIJUANA DIVERSION ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG SCREENING SPECIALISTS (ADSS), the mental health and problem gambling questionnaire is longer required during the ADSS screening interview process EFFECITVE IMMEDIATELY. Mental health and problem gambling screening will be conducted by the DUII approved treatment program in compliance with OAR 309-032-1525


For questions, contact:

CJ Reid, Program and Policy Development Specialist



Jim Bradshaw, Regional Alcohol and Drug Specialist



Mary Sykes, DUII Information Specialist


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