Following conviction, all offenders receive a mandatory alcohol assessment/evaluation to determine the nature and extent of their alcohol problems. The offender must pay for the assessment.
The assessment can be conducted at any point in the judicial process. If done before sentencing, the court takes the results of the assessment into consideration in final sentencing.
Assessments are conducted by a county or private agency at the direction of the court. Review the Wisconsin Directory of Intoxicated Driver Program (IDP) Assessment Facilities.
Treatment is not mandatory for high BAC or repeat offenders. All offenders are required to attend alcohol education or treatment as recommended by the assessment process which results in an individualized driver safety plan. See the Wisconsin Community Substance Abuse and Mental Health Program Certification Directory.
Offenders failing to comply with the terms of their plan are not eligible for license reinstatement or a hardship license.
Wisconsin does not have dedicated detention and treatment facilities that target the hardcore drunk driver.
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