Law Enforcement Programs
ENDWI (formally Operation DWI)
According to statistics from the University of New Mexico Division of Government Research, the number of alcohol-involved crashes in New Mexico declined by roughly 72% since 2000. Research indicates that public education, combined with highly visible law enforcement, is a powerful tool in decreasing the number of people who drink and drive.
According to University of New Mexico Division of Government Research, in 2014:
- 44.1% of all fatal crashes involved alcohol.
- 5% of all crashes involved alcohol.
- 7.4% of alcohol-involved crashes were fatalities and 43.9% caused injuries.
- 40.1% of alcohol-involved drivers in crashes were aged 20-29.
- NM averaged 5.59 alcohol-involved crashes per day in 2014.
9400 Holly Avenue NE, Suite 201
Albuquerque, NM 87122
Injury Prevention Resource Center
3220 Richards Lane, Suite A
Santa Fe, NM 87505