VASAP Core Values


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

Core Values of ASAP

At all times, employees at ASAP will:

  • Enthusiastically promote the services of ASAP
  • Empower others
  • Share their knowledge
  • Efficiently deliver services
  • Protect confidential information
  • Respect others
  • Be accountable
  • Demonstrate integrity
  • Be a team player
  • Treat others with dignity

Code of Conduct

ASAP’s Code of Conduct sets forth the basic expectations of how ASAP employees will interact with each other and the organization’s clients and sets forth the basic ethical practices of the organization. It includes minimum expectations and standards of confidentiality, customer service and workplace behaviors..