Presentation on theme: "NM Statewide Traffic Records System Ignition Interlock Data Analysis Application System Project Certification Overview Prepared by: NM-DOT Traffic Safety."— Presentation transcript:
NM Statewide Traffic Records System Ignition Interlock Data Analysis Application System Project Certification Overview Prepared by: NM-DOT Traffic Safety Bureau Dec 2007
Presenters: Robert Ashmore, CIO IT Division, NM Department of Transportation Sandra Martinez, Program Director Traffic Safety Bureau, NM Department of Transportation
IIDA Project Synopsis The Ignition Interlock Data Analysis (IIDA) implementation at NMDOT will complete the creation of a statewide Ignition Interlock Application System that will: a)allow automated data submissions from manufacturers, b) allow stakeholders and customers the ability to monitor Ignition Interlock offender compliance with court ordered and administrative ordered installation of an ignition interlock device in their vehicle, and c)allow statistical analysis on the data.
IIDA Benefits to Shareholders Support NM Ignition Interlock Administrative Rule and State statute: 22.214.171.124. B.4 – Download all recorded information from the device and prepare a report in the format described by the Bureau. This report will include all attempts to tamper with the device, attempts to avoid taking a random test, and attempts to circumvent the device, total number of events recorded by the data recorder since the last service visit and the number of vehicle starts. Improve Customer Service: Capture Ignition Interlock data to improve the quality, accuracy, integrity, timeliness, completeness, consistency and accessibility for the Traffic Safety Bureau, Probation and Parole Officers, DWI Coordinators, Compliance Officers, the Courts and other government and research agencies (monitoring and compliance agencies). Enhance quality of operations and data sharing: Capturing electronic Ignition Interlock data from the offender, through the manufacturer, and storing the data in a centralized database for New Mexico agencies that share, monitor, and report Ignition Interlock data and perform any type of statistical analysis. Business process performance: Monitor data submission process, quality of data and error correction, and manufacturer performance.
Ignition Interlock System Project Phases I - Ignition Interlock Database Working Pilot (Administrative Office of the Courts) – Completed II – Ignition Interlock Data Analysis Application System (Request for Certification)
Ignition Interlock Data Analysis Project Conclusion Recommend approval for certification to establish and implement a comprehensive, centralized, electronic system for collecting, monitoring, analyzing, and reporting of ignition interlock data for stakeholders in support of reducing DWI in New Mexico. Q&A