Stakeholders

The diversity of NPAMC’s participants is one of our most significant distinguishing characteristics. Stakeholders from every facet of the issue participate in NPAMC meetings and activities, including:

  • Scientists
  • Researchers
  • Justice professionals
  • Victims groups
  • Treatment professionals
  • Correctional industry/monitoring companies
  • Pharmaceutical companies
  • Alcohol industry
  • Insurance industry
  • Policy experts
  • Educational Institutions

Criminal Justice-Related Associations

American Probation and Parole Association, Institute of Police Technology and Management, National Association of Drug Court Professionals, National Association of Prosecutor Coordinators, National District Attorneys Association

Drug Testing Association

Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association

Federal Agencies and Divisions

Bureau of Justice Assistance, Federal Bureau of Prisons, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, National Institute of Justice, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, National Transportation Safety Board, Substance and Mental Health Services Administration

Highway Safety-Related Associations

American Automobile Association, Mothers Against Drunk Driving

Educational Institutions

National Judicial College

Policy Experts

Center for Integrated Behavioral Health Policy at George Washington University, Pew Charitable Trusts

Research Organizations

RAND Corp., University of Maryland Department of Public and Community Health

Treatment Organizations

National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare

Victims Groups

Mothers Against Drunk Driving, National Center for Victims of Crime

Private Companies

Alcohol Monitoring Systems, AkinsCrisp Public Strategies, Alkermes, Nationwide Insurance, SmartStart

Alcohol Manufacturers

Anheuser-Busch, BeamGlobal Wine & Spirits

Alcohol Industry Associations

American Beverage Licensees, Century Council, Distilled Spirits Council, National Beer Wholesalers Association