Through the Washington Impaired Driving Advisory Council (WIDAC), the Washington Traffic Safety Commission (WTSC) hears from agencies and organizations working to reduce impaired driving, and helps coordinate their work. The advisory council is made up of 10 voting members from 7 state agencies with direct responsibility for traffic safety as well as 15 advisory members with expertise in prevention, deterrence, treatment, rehabilitation, and program management. The WIDAC meets quarterly in January, April, July, and October.
Washington Impaired Driving Advisory Council
Washington Impaired Driving Advisory Council (WIDAC)
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