Eliminate driving while intoxicated with alcohol and other substances, support victims of these violent crimes, prevent underage drinking and promote awareness of the problems of driving while intoxicated with alcohol and other substances; and to promote safety and educational goals.
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- Noah’s Law was intended to require interlocking devices to be installed on the vehicles of all offenders of drunk driving. However, because of Maryland’s Probation Before Judgement (PBJ) a lethal …READ MORE
- By Kate Ryan | @KateRyanWTOP ANNAPOLIS — If a Maryland driver is convicted of drunken driving, they must have an ignition interlock device installed in their car. That’s due to …READ MORE
- Rich Leotta has joined Mothers Against Drunk Driving, calling on lawmakers to expand Noah’s Law to require ignition interlock systems for first offenders who plead guilty and are given probation …READ MORE
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Noah interned with the MCPD for 12 months under Officer John Romack, the “DUI King”. This is how Noah became keenly aware of the deadly impact of drunk drivers on our roadways and developed his passion to get drunk drivers off the road. He graduated from the police academy in July 2013.
Noah loved his family, his friends, his community, and being a member of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD). Noah had developed into a fine young man. He was dedicated, hardworking, kind, considerate, understanding, compassionate, humble, and of strong will, character and body. These traits and characteristics made him well suited to be a proud member of the MCPD.Learn More About Noah