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Stopteendui.com is a Web site for teens. This Web site is designed to educate teens about the dangers of driving under the influence (DUI). We are committed to giving you the facts about the effects of underage drinking and drug use so that you can use this information to make your own responsible choices. We provide information about DUIs with the hope that you will use this knowledge to reduce your risk of injury and educate yourself and your friends to stop DUIs.

Partners

California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) LogoThe California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) is committed to reducing deaths, injuries, and economic losses resulting from traffic related collisions. They do this by funding traffic safety programs that have impact both state-wide an in individual communities. From impaired driving enforcement to encouraging seat belt usage, speed enforcement to bicycle safety, OTS funded programs are saving lives and futures every day on California's roadways.

Visit www.ots.ca.gov for more information about the Office of Traffic Safety.


Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC): Center for Families, Children & the Courts (CFCC)The Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) is the staff agency of the Judicial Council of California, which has policy-making authority over the state court system. Under the direction of the Chief Justice and the council, the AOC serves the courts for the benefit of all Californians by advancing excellence, leadership, and service in the administration of justice. The AOC also serves as a major source of input for the Judicial Council's strategic planning efforts.

Visit http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/courtadmin/aoc/ for more information about the AOC.

The Center for Families, Children & the Courts (CFCC), a division within the Administrative Office of the Courts, has developed a collaborative justice approach to solving problems. CFCC works to improve the quality of justice and services to meet the diverse needs of families, youth, children, and self-represented litigants in the California courts. Many of CFCC's projects relate to family, juvenile, child support, custody, visitation, and domestic violence.


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