About our organization
The Association of Ignition Interlock Program Administrators (AIIPA) is an organization composed primarily of employees of federal, state, county, parish or municipal employees who provide specialized knowledge to an ignition interlock program. The organization was formed in November, 2011, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, as a result of the National Ignition Interlock Summit sponsored by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in 2010, in Arlington, Virginia.
Our organization is comprised of researchers, criminalists, forensic scientists, regulatory inspectors, manufacturing representatives, probation and parole officers, and law enforcement personnel among others. Our membership is rapidly growing and includes representatives from many states and international members.
AIIPA will help improve traffic safety through a reduction in the incidence of impaired driving by helping create and/or improve ignition interlock programs.
AIIPA provides leadership to the ignition interlock device community by promoting best practices, enhancing program management, and providing technical assistance to improve traffic safety by reducing impaired driving.
The purpose for which the Association is organized, and for which it shall be perpetuated are:
• To assist the members of the Association in:
• Implementing and revising ignition interlock programs in member jurisdictions;
• The development of best practices consistent with the needs and goals of the
• Identifying actions needed at national, state and local levels to develop and to
improve ignition interlock programs including cross jurisdictional issues;
• To identify and research issues associated with ignition interlock programs;
• To develop and promote training programs for persons and organizations involved in
ignition interlock programs and their administration;
• To cooperate and assist persons and/or organizations in the consideration and
solution of ignition interlock program issues;
• To plan, organize, and administer meetings and conferences, reports and other
projects to promote and advance these and related purposes through the
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Association of Ignition Interlock Program Administrators, Inc.
Employer Identification Number (EIN) 45-4734767.
Incorporated November 1, 2011 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.