1 No D.U.I. El Paso - A Texas Non-profit Organization - End Of Operational Year Statistics- 2014/ Military Proposal for National Expansion A Product of No D.U.I. El Paso Report Published on 07OCT14
2 Table of Contents I. Executive Summary II. Organization Description and History II-A Table 1 II-B II-C II-D Table 2 II-E II-F Introduction Designated Driving Service Flow Chart Organization History (Pre-Foundation) Organization History (Post-Foundation) Operations Statistics (FY13) Fort Bliss D.W.I. Statistics Operations Statistics (FY14) Partnerships / Affiliates III. Problem Identification and Proposed Solutions III-A III-B III-C III-D III-E Sexual Assaults involving the consumption of alcohol during social gatherings at private residences. Alcohol related incidences and other safety risks posed by alcohol consumption. The unhealthy consumption of alcohol in relation to both volume amount and harmful habits of alcohol consumption. The lack of a positive reinforcement campaign targeting drinking establishments to develop a more responsible environment in terms of alcohol consumption and safety. The absence of S.H.A.R.P. policy cohesion in reference to the training and implementation of civilian training resources for drinking establishments and like businesses. IV. No D.U.I. El Paso as a Program of Purpose and Integrity V. No D.U.I. El Paso as a Nationwide Program Table 3 No D.U.I. America Proposed Implementation as a Military Program VI. Success by the Numbers VII. Contact Information
3 No D.U.I. El Paso as the Implementation Plan I. Executive Summary This proposal is to inform the senior members of the Armed Services of a Non-profit program called No D.U.I. El Paso (N.D.E.P.) that is available to meet the order placed to the Armed Forces by Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel in combating Alcohol Related Incidences, S.H.A.R.P. Incidences, and provide proactive educational services of alcohol responsibility and alcohol establishment training. N.D.E.P. strives to assist the Armed Forces in accomplish its mission of eliminating Drinking and Driving, S.H.A.R.P. violations as a result of alcohol, and ensuring the development of safe and responsible drinking establishments. This program was designed to be the first program of its type, as it was developed by service members for service members. This program has also reached out to the community to help decrease incidents in the local population as well. II. Organization Description and History II-A. Introduction No D.U.I. El Paso is a revolutionary designated driving concept that provides for military and civilians within the El Paso, Texas and Fort Bliss, Texas areas, in addition to surrounding areas. This proactive approach is designed to be a reward to its patrons by introducing a positive and appreciative atmosphere for the patron s decision to not drink and drive. Placing a priority on the earning of the trust and confidence with the local citizens separates No D.U.I. El Paso from other comparable designated driving services in the nation. Key points of the organization are: - All services provided to each patron are 100% free of charge - All services are strictly confidential - We also transport the patrons vehicle to his/her residence - Services are provided to all establishments/businesses that serve alcohol to its patrons, and residences - 98% of all volunteers are active duty, off-duty military personnel - Development of Anti-Binge Drinking and Responsible Drinking mindsets - Combating SHARP incidences by implementing transportation from residences and establishments to remove potential victims from potentially harmful or dangerous situations - Development of Drinking Establishment training to assist with the further development of responsibility and safety in regards to military patrons and dependents. Table 1, Designated Driving Service Flow Chart
4 II-B. Organization History (Pre-organization foundation) This designated driving program was originally constructed as a military program aimed to provide for Bravo Co., 404 th Aviation Support Battalion, Combat Aviation Brigade, 4 th Infantry Division stationed at Fort Hood, Texas. The original 46 page Standard Operating Procedure s manual was constructed during the OEF deployment for the 404 th ASB by SPC Tyler D. Rouse. Being the 3 rd unit-based designated driving system to be implemented by SPC Rouse, this program utilized a comprehensive, proactive approach to mitigating DWIs and DUIs for the off-duty military personnel within the unit. Originally designed for a Company sized element, the concept was approached to the Battalion leadership of the 404 th ASB, where it was accepted and adopted as a Battalion level program at the instruction of the 404 th ASB leadership. The same ideal took place as the program was presented to the Combat Aviation Brigade, whereas the leadership requested the program to provide for the entire Brigade element. For final approval, this program was required to undergo the inspection and approval of the 1 st Armored Division Administrative Law office at Fort Bliss, Texas after the 404 th ASB (Now reflagged as 127 th ASB) and entire Combat Aviation Brigade was BRAC moved to Fort Bliss. After the presentation to the Administrative Law office, a crucial decision was presented that would forever change the face of the designated driving program. For implementation as a military based program, it was a requirement for volunteers of the program to accept 100% liability for all accrued damages. This liability would hold volunteers liable for the payment of all damages to personal equipment, regardless of the nature of which it occurred. For instance, if a patron was being transported to his/her own residence and caused damage to a volunteers vehicle, the volunteer could not pursue reimbursement from that patron, the military unit, or the program. SPC Tyler D. Rouse found this liability condition to be unacceptable, which led to the implementation of a civilian-based Non-profit organization. This approach allowed for the purchase of liability insurance policies to protect volunteers against the liability of damage caused by any individual other than the volunteer him/herself. II-C. Organization History (Post-organization foundation) May 14 th of 2012: No D.U.I. El Paso was founded by SPC Tyler D. Rouse as a program to provide for Fort Bliss off-duty military personnel and citizens of El Paso, Anthony, Socorro, Horizon (Texas) and Anthony, Sunland Park (New Mexico). With the implementation of the Board of Directors, Organizational Bylaws, and the present Standard Operating Procedures, No D.U.I. El Paso took shape as a registered Texas Non-Profit Organization for the benefit of Community Safety, Traffic Safety, Anti-DWI efforts, and Responsible Drinking. June 5 th, 2012: As a community based organization, SPC Tyler D. Rouse led a community support campaign beginning with the presentation to the El Paso, Texas City Council, asking for support and the expressed approval of the implementation of No D.U.I. El Paso to begin operations. Met with the overwhelming need for an Anti-DWI program, the El Paso City Council unanimously approved No D.U.I. El Paso as a community program with a standing ovation. October 2 nd, 2012: With the efforts of designing safety policies, operations diagrams, and volunteer sustainability aspect, the No D.U.I. El Paso program was again presented to the El Paso, Texas City Council to announce its intention of opening operations to the general public. The El Paso, Texas City Council offered to fund ($4,100.00) the integration of the No D.U.I. El Paso program through the donations of discretionary funding, offered by individual City Representatives. October 5 th, 2012: No D.U.I. El Paso officially opened operations to the off-duty military personnel and citizens of the local region, effectively integrating the proactive approach to mitigating DWI s and DUI s within the local community. October 5 th, 2013: No D.U.I. El Paso finished the first year of operations providing for an astounding 2,429 patrons and 1,412 vehicles. This impact has contributed to a 25.2% decrease in DWI s on Fort Bliss, Texas and a 61.3% decrease in Alcohol Related Traffic Fatalities on El Paso roadways. December 2 nd, 2013: El Paso County officials (Commissioners and County Judge Veronica Escobar) unanimously announce the Resolution for December 2013 as Intoxicated Driving Awareness Month in recognition and support of the No D.U.I. El Paso efforts and accomplishments. March 24 th, 2014: No D.U.I. El Paso is listed as the Best Practice of the 1 st Armored Division at Fort Bliss, TX of the United States Army. March 28 th, 2014: No D.U.I. El Paso is listed as the Best Practice of III Corps of the United States Army.
5 II-D. Operations Statistics (FY13): (05OCT12 04OCT13) Patrons Transported: 2,429 Vehicles Transported: 1,412 Volunteers Registered: 642 Volunteer Man-hours: ~7,488 Serious Incidences (As a result of services): 0 Serious Incidences (Non-services related): 1 SHARP Violations: 0 Traffic Violations: 1 Safety Violations: 0 Fort Bliss DWI decrease: 22.8% Alcohol Related Traffic Fatalities Decrease: 61.3% Average Monthly Income: $ Staff Salaries: $0.00 (No Compensation for any Staff) Table 2, Fort Bliss D.W.I. Statistics II-E. Operations Statistics (FY14): (05OCT13-15AUG14) Patrons Transported: 4,590 (Since Oct. 13), 7,019 (Grand Total) Vehicles Transported: 1,856 (Since Oct. 13), 3,278 (Grand Total) Volunteers Registered: 592 (Since Oct. 13), 1,234 (Grand Total) Volunteer Man-hours: ~7,994 (Since Oct. 13), ~15,482 (Grand Total) Serious Incidences (As a result of services): 0 (Grand Total) Serious Incidences (Non-services related): 0 (Since Oct. 13), 1 (Grand Total) SHARP Violations: 0 (Grand Total) Traffic Violations: 1 (Since Oct. 13), 2 (Grand Total) Safety Violations: 0 (Grand Total) Fort Bliss DWI decrease: TBD Alcohol Related Traffic Fatalities Decrease: TBD Average Monthly Income: $ Staff Salaries: $0.00 (No Compensation for any Staff)
6 II-F. Partnerships / Affiliates: Law Enforcement: United States Border Patrol El Paso County Sheriff s Office El Paso Police Department UTEP Police Department Community Leadership: Congressman O Rourke (TX) Senator Rodriguez (TX) El Paso County Judge Veronica Escobar El Paso County Commissioner Leon El Paso City Representative Mrs. Niland El Paso City Representative Dr. Noe El Paso City Representative Mrs. Acosta Local Government: El Paso City Council El Paso County Commissioners Council Community Organizations: Texas Department of Transportation El Paso Greater Chamber of Commerce El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce III. Problem Identification and Proposed Solutions III-A. Problem Identified: Sexual Assaults involving the consumption of alcohol during social gatherings at private residences. III-A. Solution Proposed: It has been identified that alcohol is a large factor in many sexual assaults cases inflicting our service members, and that the large majority of these assaults are occurring at private residences. Many intoxicated individuals that are participating in off-post residential social gatherings may have left the event had a transportation alternative been available. N.D.E.P. provides transportation to individuals participating in social gatherings involving alcohol at private residences. If any person becomes too intoxicated to operate a motor vehicle, our organization can assist with providing them transportation away from the event, and to his/her own place of residence. This opportunity can assist with removing individuals from a potentially harmful situation that may result in a sexual assault. III-B. Problem Identified: Alcohol related incidences and other safety risks posed by alcohol consumption. III-B. Solution Proposed: As alcohol is consumed, various effects on the body are derived from the introduction of alcohol to a consumers blood. Some of the most common risks associated with alcohol include drinking and driving, lack of situational awareness which can lead to dangerous situations, poor decisions, and alcohol poisoning among other health risks. N.D.E.P. volunteers are trained to assist individuals to address these areas of concern. As our organization transports individuals to negate drinking and driving, we also focus on ensuring the health safety, legal standing, and personal safety of our patrons. Volunteers are trained to identify and resolve any physical threats to patrons, participate in passive conflict resolution, and identify the health standing of patrons to ensure that patrons are not a health risk to themselves. Volunteers are also trained on passively removing patrons from conflicts that may result in physical altercations. Safety of patrons, volunteers, and the community is the primary focus of N.D.E.P.. To promote the responsible decisions of patrons to not drink and drive, and to utilize safe transportation alternatives, N.D.E.P. provides all of our services at no charge, transports the patrons vehicle for them as well, and provides complete confidentiality of the information that N.D.E.P. collects. This approach has proven to be very successful and thorough in identifying and mitigating the most common reasons on why someone would drink and drive. III-C. Problem Identified: The unhealthy consumption of alcohol in relation to both volume amount and harmful habits of alcohol consumption. III-C: Solution Proposed: The unhealthy consumption of alcohol among service members is a serious issue that has already been addressed in several ways. N.D.E.P. addresses this issue in one method by implementing a experience-based opportunity to observe the effects of alcohol on others, from a professional perspective. Placing volunteers in direct contact with intoxicated individuals allows for the opportunity of volunteers to assess how
7 they may appear when they are consuming alcohol in their personal time. In addition, N.D.E.P. volunteers are making the decision to join a cause to assist their fellow service members, and forgo consuming alcohol on the weekend evenings they are volunteering. All patrons that utilize the N.D.E.P. service are given a No D.U.I. El Paso Service Card which contains the resources in both the military and civilian areas for decreasing or quitting drinking. This is a card that is available for viewing by patrons the following morning as they are experiencing the next day effects of alcohol, at a time that the effects of alcohol seems least desirable. Resources such as the Alcohol Substance Abuse Program are among resources that are listed on these cards. III-D. Problem Identified: The lack of a positive reinforcement campaign targeting drinking establishments to develop a more responsible environment in terms of alcohol consumption and safety. III-D. Solution Proposed: N.D.E.P. works very closely with some of El Paso, TX largest drinking establishments which are also the largest and busiest places for service members to frequent. No D.U.I. El Paso is currently partnering with many of these establishments and El Paso County Commissioners to develop a Zero Chance campaign that will place evidentiary breathalyzer machines at the exit points of establishments for a patrons use. These machines will be available to positively determine the intoxication level of its patrons by measuring the Blood Alcohol Content (B.A.C.) of the testing patron. This campaign is designed to notify patrons of their risks to themselves and others, encourage their use of transportation alternatives, and to supply informational items pertaining to how his/her current B.A.C. is affecting their health and how further drinking and raising his/her B.A.C. may result in health risks. In addition, N.D.E.P. highly encourages that establishments offer food and nonalcoholic beverages for those that have had too much to drink, or those that are beginning to drink for the evening. III-E. Problem Identified: The absence of S.H.A.R.P. policy cohesion in reference to the training and implementation of civilian training resources for drinking establishments and like businesses. III-E. Solution Proposed: N.D.E.P. s policies regarding Sexual Harassment and Assault Prevention mirror the Army s policies set forth by the military. In addition to these policies, N.D.E.P. has created policies to further instill safety and respect for patrons, that volunteers must abide by. N.D.E.P. welcomes the opportunity to be the civilian resource for establishment and business training in identifying, resolving, and preventing Sexual Assaults and Sexual Harassment scenarios. Utilizing and incorporating similar business training modules with S.H.A.R.P. training can lead to a more acceptable and practical training environment suitable for establishment employees. The more individuals that are proactively looking after the welfare and wellbeing of service members and citizens, the more effective these types of campaigns and training environments can be. By empowering business employees with the knowledge and education about Sexual Assault, Harassment, Warning Signs, etc., employees can take more of a proactive stance to ensure the safety of everyone involved. IV. No D.U.I. El Paso as a program of purpose and integrity No D.U.I. El Paso is a program determined to create the most complete and thorough answer to problems posed by alcohol consumption, excessive and unhealthy alcohol consumption, and post-consumption incidences involving alcohol. As a U.S. Army soldier led program, we are determined to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our fellow service members, and are currently developing methods to incorporate our practices and methods of handling these risks across the military. We are motivated completely off of results, not funding, and strive to be the leading High Efficiency Low Cost program in the nation. By considering No D.U.I. El Paso to fulfill the role as the Implementation Plan to address the order of Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel released on May 1 st, 2014, each service can enjoy the benefits of actively engaging service members to make the responsible decision to volunteer, and to create the change the military strives to achieve. This allows the services to engage theirs service members to lead by example and to take pride in preventing these issues at the lowest level possible. By applying the education provided by the military and the proactive approach of No D.U.I. El Paso in creating action, service members themselves can take ownership of being the solution to look after other service members that may be contributing to the issues. V. No D.U.I. El Paso as a nationwide program When No D.U.I. El Paso begins to expand, it will be renamed and flagged as No D.U.I. of America (N.D.O.A), where each subsidiary level of the organization will be named as appropriate to its area of operations. For example, the office responsible for administrative operations in the north-east region of America, will be named No D.U.I. North-East (N.D.N.E.). Each level will consist of Quality Assurance teams and Operations teams to assist with maintaining the integrity of the program and its operational capabilities.
8 The ideal incorporation of N.D.O.A. into military installations can be both highly effective and low cost by implementing a service member led program and civilian led program that operate in joint partnership. Conducting this type of program allows minimal liability and cost for the military program, while still allowing for maximum service member involvement, while the civilian program holds insurance policies, assumes liabilities, and handles volunteer operations. Refer to the diagram Table 3 below. Table 3, No D.U.I. America Proposed Implementation as a Military Program VI. Success by the Numbers As with any sustainable program, the measures of success are determined by the total impact of programs like ours in statistical information, similar to the II-D and II-E of this proposal. Given the opportunity to expand with the military to assist in the accomplishment of the current mission, we stand certain that Fort Bliss, TX is a prime example of the impact that engaged service members can create across the military. Proactively involving the service members and the community for a unified cause, executing a simple but thorough plan of action, and creating results in the lives saved and lifestyles preserved of the local citizens is the true impact of a program like No D.U.I. El Paso. We stand ready to bring the benefits of our program, the integrity of our cause, and our replicable results to any and all installations and military services that wish to utilize this plan of action as the response to Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel s order to the services for an outstanding Implementation Plan. Together, we can fight against Sexual Assaults involving alcohol, Alcohol related incidents such as drinking and driving, business/establishment training, and alcohol responsibility among the armed services of our great nation.
9 VII. Contact Information For more information on how this approach is possible to fulfill the order set forth by Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, please contact the Founder of No D.U.I. El Paso at the contact information below: Tyler D. Rouse 3410 Hondo Pass Ave. Founder/ C.E.O. / President El Paso, Texas Ext. 3
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