Wisconsin state law requires those with an OWI or implied consent refusal to complete an assessment and a driver safety plan in order to obtain and maintain a driver's license.
The assessment appointment consists of an interview with a state of Wisconsin-trained IDP assessor. The appointment normally takes 45 minutes to an hour. In some cases, a second visit or permission to contact a family member or other person will be required. All information is kept strictly confidential.
The Driver Safety Plan
The assessment will result in the development of a driver safety plan — a program to reduce the risk of another OWI. Community Counseling Services monitors compliance in the program and files noncompliance and completion reports as needed.