Posts filed under: Statistics

  • TNABC conducted 140 minor compliance checks in June 2019
The Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission’s (TNABC) Law Enforcement Division works hard making sure Tennessee liquor licensees are compliant with regulations and ensuring that they are adhering to laws that prevent the sale of alcohol to underage buyers.  In June, in...
  • 2017 TITAN stats for TN crashes injuries fatalities 250x
Drunk and drugged driving are 100% preventable....
MADD Tennessee is one of 13 states nationwide to participate in our Court Monitoring Program in which staff and volunteers go into local courtrooms to ensure drunk and drugged driving cases are prosecuted and adjudicated as the serious crimes they...
  • Alcohol impaired driving fatalities over last five years as of 2017
This month, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released it’s 2016 traffic fatality data. In 2016, 10,497 people were killed in drunk driving crashes, up 1.7% from 10,265 in 2015. Like drunk driving deaths, fatalities caused by distracted driving...
  • Drunk Driving Facts 2017 8.5x11 web version
Get the latest facts about Drunk Driving: Drunk Driving Facts 2017 8.5×11...
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Drunk and Drugged driving continues to put Tennesseans at risk on our roadways.  More than half of the samples submitted to the TBI’s Toxicology unit for testing last year in DUI, Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA), or Vehicular Homicide (VH) cases...
  • PT21-Parent-Survey-2017-300x250
New survey data was released today in honor of April 21st, PowerTalk21 Day – the national day to talk with your kids about alcohol.  The 2017 Parent Survey was designed to guage parents’ attitudes and behaviors about teen drinking, especially...
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On March 14, 2017, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) released our second annual Ignition Interlock Report. An interlock is a device about the size of a cell phone that is wired into the ignition system of a vehicle. If an interlock...
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released 2015 holiday crash stastics revealing a surprising revelation.  Of eight holidays tracked, Halloween topped the list in 2015—ABOVE New Year’s Eve to New Year’s Day—with 90 drunk driving deaths.  Furthermore those 90...
  • NHTSA Annual Report on Traffic Fatalities for 2015
Today, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released its annual report on traffic fatalities for 2015. The bad news is that overall fatalities went up 7.2 percent.  Alcohol deaths also went up, but the good news is that for...