Get the facts about impaired driving, straight from those closest to it. All the data on this page was collected by the Wyoming Department of Transportation and the Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police.
To view the latest statistics on impaired-driver-involved crashes in Wyoming, make a selection from each dropdown menu below.
Some quick facts on impaired driving in Wyoming.
- 27 people die from drunk-driver crashes every day in the U.S.
- An average drunk driver drove drunk 80 times before their arrest
- One-third of drivers arrested for drunk driving are repeat offenders
- More than 1 million drivers are arrested in the U.S. every year for impaired driving
- 50 to 75% of convicted drunk drivers continue driving on a suspended license
- Wyoming averaged 1,100 alcohol-involved crashes over the past 10 years
- More than 50 people in Wyoming die every year from alcohol-involved crashes
- The average blood-alcohol content (BAC) of people arrested for a DUI in Wyoming is almost double the legal limit
- Almost 90% of those who died in alcohol-involved crashes in Wyoming didn’t wear their seatbelt
Current Crash Statistics
Collected by the Wyoming Department of Transportation, this data provides monthly statistics from the past three years and is updated every month.
Arrest Data and DUI Arrest Data
This data is collected by the Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police, showing how many people have been arrested, taken into custody and booked into a Wyoming detention facility. This data is updated every spring.
Providing a ten-year view of crashes in Wyoming by severity and by county, this data shows the most recent, complete year of crash data available (2011).