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VASAP Core Values

Mission of ASAP

Improve highway transportation safety by decreasing the incidents of driving under the influence of alcohol and other drugs leading to the reduction of alcohol and other drug-related crashes through

  • Enforcement

  • Adjudication

  • Case Management and Offender Intervention

  • Public Information and Education

  • Evaluation & Certification

ASAP Objectives

  • Deter the motoring public from driving under the influence

  • Deter those arrested and convicted of DUI from again driving under the influence

  • Increase awareness to facilitate the identification, apprehension and conviction of offenders driving under the influence of alcohol and other drugs

  • Raise the conviction rate for offenders and the number of appropriate referrals to Alcohol Safety Action Programs

  • Ensure appropriate probationary control of offenders

  • Ensure the delivery of appropriate education or treatment services for offenders

  • Provide statewide offender tracking services for all ASAPs

  • Increase public awareness of the civil and legal consequences of DUI arrest; public perception of transportation crash risks; and public activities to reduce DUI incidents

  • Assess and maintain the effectiveness and self-supporting status of both the commission and local Alcohol Safety Action Programs

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Services We Offer

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Education

This is a 10-hour program which focuses on substance abuse and driving, substance abuse and health, and self evaluation of potential for substance abuse. (All persons will be tested for a...

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Driving Under the Influences Offenders

Referred from court or Virginia DMV for convictions of driving under the influence of alcohol or other drugs. The terms DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) and DUI (Driving Under the Influence) are use...

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Drug Offenders

Referrals from court usually for possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, or other drug-related charges. Services include education and/or treatment, drug testing and probation mo...

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Habitual Offenders

(Persons seeking full license restoration) Referred from court after restoration of restricted driving privileges for ASAP supervision and intervention. These are offenders who have generally lost ...

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Reckless Driving Offenders

Referred from court occasionally for alcohol-related reckless driving charges, but usually these are offenders who were charged with driving under the influence (DUI) and their cases were reduced o...

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Young Offenders

Referred from court for underage drinking offenses and driving after consuming alcohol while under age. Services include education and/or treatment, alcohol and drug testing and probation monitoring.

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ASAP Probation and Monitoring Services

Probationary services are offered for various types of offenders referred to ASAP. These services include intake and assessment of alcohol/drug use, referral to education and treatment, monitoring ...

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Alcohol-Drug Education Intervention Services

ASAP offers alcohol and drug education programs primarily for those offenders not found to be in need of substance abuse treatment and for those offenders once they complete substance abuse treatme...

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Substance Abuse Treatment Referral

Offenders required to attend treatment for alcohol/drug problems are referred to certified treatment programs or licensed treatment providers. Treatment programs which have agreed to follow state a...

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Driving on Suspended Intervention Program

This class is required by DMV for all persons having received 2 driving revoked/suspended convictions within a 10-year period. The purpose of the program is to inform the offender about Virginia...

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License Restoration Evaluation

This service is required of habitual offenders - offenders convicted of DUI 3rd, or offenders who have been administratively revoked by DMV for 3 DUI convictions within a 10-year period....

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Ignition Interlock Monitoring

This activity is required by some court orders and DMV. The ASAP program oversees the installation of the ignition interlock device on offenders' vehicles and reviews and takes any necessary ac...

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Urine Drug or Alcohol Screen

Urine samples are collected and tested at LabCorp. Specific alcohol tests are mailed to a certified laboratory for testing. Clients and case managers are immediately notified of any positive result...

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Driver Improvement

A basic driver improvement course available to individuals (1) mandated to attend by DMV as a result of an accumulation of points, (2) referred by a court for a traffic violation, or (3) who volunt...

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Reckless Aggressive Driver Education Program

RADEP is a 12-hour program offered for persons charged with non-alcohol related reckless and/or aggressive driving offenses. The program is presented in one 8-hour session (DIP) and one 4-hour sess...

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Videos

Program Overview

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  • December 09,2022

Program Overview- Spanish

Si ésta es su primera ofensa de manejar bajo la influencia de alcohol (DWI), usted estará en el programa de VASAP por lo menos por un año, o hasta la fecha de vencimiento indicada en el orden judic...
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  • December 09,2022

 Program Overview- English

If this is your first DUI conviction, you can expect to be in the ASAP program for at least one year, or until your restricted operator’s license (ROL) or the probationary period expires. You are ex...

Staff

ROHAN WILLIAMS

Executive Director

KIM YOUNG BARCLIFF

Case Manager Supervisor

KAILEE EDWARDS

Case Manager

CIARA LINDSEY

Case Manager

MICHAEL JONES

Compliance Technician/Case Manager

GJXIENNAH CONWAY

Education Coordinator/Case Manager

KIMBERLY JOHNSON

Administrative Service Manager

RUTH ROSARIO

Administrative Coordinator

AMY BRAY

Senior Accounting Assistant

LAMIS HARRIS

Part-Time Accounting Assistant

BONNIE FEDORCHAK

Part-Time Accounting Assistant

JANET ESCOBEDO

Case Manager