Wayne County

Contact:

Sheriff Robert Milby

Address:

7376 Route 31, Suite 1000
LyonsNY 14489

Phone:

315-946-5799

Fax:

315-946-5811

Wayne County STOP DWI
2022 Victim’s Impact Panel Schedule

Attendee _______________________________ Phone Number _________________

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Monday, March 14, 2022             6:00-8:30pm__________________________

Monday, June 13, 2022                 6:00-8:30pm__________________________

Monday, September 12, 2022      6:00-8:30pm__________________________

Monday, December 12, 2022        6:00-8:30pm__________________________

Location: Wayne County Courthouse
Supervisors Chambers
26 Church Street, 2nd Floor
Lyons, New York 14489

All attendees must be pre-registered by the Court, if not by the Court; ATTENDEE MUST CALL (please contact Wayne County Sheriff’s Office at 315.946-5799 or fax registration information to 315.946-5811).

COVID 19 PROTOCOL WILL BE REQUIRED.

The facility is wheelchair accessible.

Please be on time. No one admitted after attendance is closed.

No guests.

No cell phones permitted in the building.

All in Attendance will be screened for alcohol.

All attendees must sign a verification of identity form and submit a thumb print.

An attendance verification form will be provided to each attendee at the end of the presentation and it is the attendee’s responsibility to return the form to the court.

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Monroe County STOP-DWI in conjunction with Rochester Against Intoxicated Driving (RAID), held the 2016 “Lights on for Life” Motorcade on December 10.  This year Monroe County was joined by Genesee, Livingston and Wayne Counties Sheriff’s Office’s with each supplying a  vehicle for support.  Over twenty-five vehicles participated in the Motorcade to raise awareness during National Drugged and Drunk Driving Awareness Month.  Thank you to all agencies that were present.

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New York’s STOP-DWI program is the Nations’ first and, to date, only self-sustaining impaired driving program. Other States have implemented components of self-sufficiency, but none to the degree of New York State.