The Commission on Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program
Your Doorway to Safe & Sober Driving

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Improving Highway Safety Through The Reduction in Incidence of Driving Impaired

Specializing in the improvement of highway safety, the Commission on VASAP is dedicated to implementing strategies and processes that result in a permanent change in behavior. The ASAP system is composed of 24 local programs who provide services throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.

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"At the Commission on VASAP, our mission is to reduce the number of impaired driving-related crashes. We are relentless in our continued pursuit of our mission through the oversight and services we provide. I welcome you to our new Web-site!"

Angela D. Coleman, Executive Director

This web-site was created so that you can learn more about us and the services we provide. The Commission on VASAP is involved in multiple initiatives and public information & awareness events in addition to the services we provide. We are solely funded by offender fees and receive no state tax dollars.

Before you go too much further exploring the web-site, we ask that you take some time to read our quarterly Commission Newsletter and our annual Executive Summary, which includes information on projects we have been working on, public information & awareness events, and training conferences we have attended. We stay busy here at the Commission and enjoy the opportunity to share our activities with citizens of the Commonwealth.

If you have specific questions, or are seeking forms or documents, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions section by clicking "FAQ" in the navigational tool bar at the top of this page. If you were unable to find what you were looking for in our FAQ page, you can submit your inquiry directly to us here.

If you are seeking to make an ASAP payment through our online system, please click the "Make a Payment" link in the footer section at the bottom of this page. Please keep in mind that it is imperative that you select the correct ASAP from the drop down list before you submit your payment. Failure to do so, will result in your payment going to the wrong location and may delay services.

If you need to enroll in our program, and would like to get a start on filling out enrollment paperwork, please refer to the "ASAP Enrollment Documents" in the footer section of this page.

If you are a member of the courts, we have a page specifically dedicated to your needs. Please click here to access links to usable documents and answers to frequently asked questions received from court personnel. Thank you for visiting us and we hope you enjoy your time on our web-site!

Next Quarterly Commission Meeting: December 13, 2019 @ 10:00 am in House Room 1 of the Capitol Building