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    2015 AAMVA Annual International Conference is Underway

    AAMVA's 2015 Annual International Conference (AIC) is off to a great start in Des Moines, Iowa. If you can't make it in person, visit the AIC Web page where you can follow the action on the Twitter feed ( #AICIOWA) and keep an eye out for access to the Downloads Center so you can download some of the presentations from the conference.   
               

    AAMVA Working Groups Release New Member Resources

    Facial Recognition Program
    Best Practices
    Ignition Interlock Program
    Best Practices Guide
    Facial Recognition Program BP - August 2015 - Cover Ignition Interlock Program BP - August 2015 - Cover

    Best Practices Document |  DVD Insert

    Executive Summary Video

    Best Practices Document |  DVD Insert  
       

    Executive Summary Video |  Training Video

    For a complete listing of all of AAMVA's Best Practices, visit www.AAMVA.org/Best-Practices/.  
       

    Summer 2015 Move Magazine Hits the StreetsMOVE Summer 2015 (Magazine Cover)

    AAMVA's award-winning, flagship publication, Move magazine, has hit the streets. Featured in this issue:

    • Putting New Drivers to the Test - Driver examiners play a crucial role in ensuring new drivers are safe drivers 
    • Traffic Alert - AAMVA members can help fight human trafficking and exploitation 
                   

    Visit MoveMag.org to read these articles and more, including Web exclusives you won't find in the print edition.





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    (Most read stories from AAMVA Regional News – August 21, 2015)


    DMV Clerk Took Bribes to Help Pass Permit Exam (New York)

    A former DMV clerk now admits using his position to accept bribes to allow people to pass their permit exams. Read the full story at WKBW.com.

    California Rations Birth, Death Certificates Amid Security Paper Shortage

    NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with San Francisco Chronicle reporter Melody Gutierrez about the shortage of special security paper used for birth and death certificates in California. Listen to the discussion or read the story at NPR.org.

    Pot Increasingly Linked to Fatal Car Crashes, Washington State Reports

    mong those involved in fatal car crashes in Washington, the amount of drivers under the influence of marijuana escalated dramatically between 2013 and 2014, according to a new report by the Washington Traffic Safety Commission (WTSC). Read the full story at Crosscut.com.

    Colorado Rebrands Anti-Pot Campaign for Kids

    A state that has legalized recreational marijuana is renewing efforts to get teenagers to stay away from the drug. Read the full story at WHIZNews.


    For the rest of the most recent news, read: AAMVA Regional News – August 21, 2015.               


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