Program Profile: Checkpoint Tennessee

This is a statewide sobriety deterrence program that seeks to combat impaired driving and reduce alcohol-related car crashes and fatalities in the state of Tennessee.
Date Modified: March 4, 2021

In 2011, Checkpoint Tennessee received a final program rating of Effective based on a review of a study by Lacey and colleagues (1999). In 2020, CrimeSolutions conducted a re-review of the same study, using the updated CrimeSolutions Program Scoring Instrument. The re-review resulted in the program receiving a new rating of Promising.

Date Created: June 8, 2011