Operating While Intoxicated

  1. Alcohol Assessment
  2. Ignition Interlock Device (IID)
  3. Occupational Driver's License
  4. FAQ's

What is an alcohol assessment?

  • An alcohol assessment is mandated by the State of Wisconsin after an Operating while Intoxicated conviction.
  • You will meet, in person, with a professional trained in the assessment of alcohol and/ or other drug use.
  • Based on the outcome of the assessment, you will be referred to either an education program or treatment program.
  • Failure to comply with either the Assessment Order or the resulting Driver Safety Plan will result in an indefinite suspension of the driver's license by the Department of Transportation.
  • All information is strictly confidential in keeping with Federal Regulations (42 C.F.D. Part II).
  • The assessment facility's report will be submitted to: The Department of Transportation; the 51.42 Board Staff, or it's approved agency; the Driver Safety Plan Provider; and yourself.
  • There is a fee, which is to be paid to the assessment facility, at the time of the assessment.
  • The assessment appointment must be scheduled within 72 hours of conviction.

Milwaukee County
Operating While Impaired
Assessment Program

IMPACT (414) 443-6000