Final Public Notice

California's Impaired Driving Task Force

Pursuant to California Vehicle Code Section 2429.7, the California Highway Patrol established an impaired driving task force to develop recommendations for best practices, protocols, proposed legislation, and other policies that will address the issue of impaired driving in California. The task force will also examine the use of technology, including field testing technologies and validated field sobriety tests, to identify drivers under the influence of prescription drugs, cannabis, and controlled substances.


IDTF Oct 2017 Agenda

IDTF Oct 2017 Bagley-Keene Handout

IDTF Oct 2017 California Vehicle Code Section 2429 Handout

IDTF Oct 2017 Meeting Minutes

IDTF Feb 2018 Agenda

IDTF Feb 2018 DRE PowerPoint 

IDTF Feb 2018 Friday Night Live Handouts

IDTF Feb 2018 OCCL PowerPoint

IDTF Feb 2018 Meeting Minutes

IDTF Jun 2018 Agenda

IDTF Jun 2018 DRE Training and 12 Step Protocol

IDTF Jun 2018 CDAA Legal Overview and Definitions

IDTF Sep 2018 Agenda

IDTF Sep 2018 Current Cannabis Research Efforts

IDTF Sep 2018 Oral Fluid Drug Testing Presentation

IDTF Sep 2018 Meeting Minutes

IDTF Jan 2019 Agenda

IDTF Jan 2019 Toxicology and THC Presentation

IDTF DRAFT Schedule to Meet January 2021 Requirement


Impaired Driving Task Force

​Next Meeting - To Be Announced


For more information on the Impaired Driving Task Force, please contact Associate Governmental Program Analyst Rhonda Myers at or (916) 843-4360.

Subcommittee Information

​Best Practices and Protocols

IDTF - BPP April 17, 2019 Agenda

​Education and Prevention


​Technology, Research and Data

Next Meeting:  To Be Announced

IDTF - TRD January 24, 2019, Meeting Minutes

IDTF - TRD March 6, 2019, Agenda

IDTF - TRD March 6, 2019 DUI MIS Presentation

IDTF - TRD March 6, 2019, Impaired Driving: Data Gaps

IDTF - TRD March 6, 2019, CHP Support Services Section - SWITRS & FARS

DMV Research Studies Webpage

2017 DMV DUI MIS Report


For more information on the Impaired Driving Task Force, please contact Lieutenant Eric Jones or Associate Governmental Program Analyst Noah Sherman at or (916) 843-4360.


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