The DWI Bond Condition Program is part of a statewide effort to reduce the incidence of DWI offenses in Texas by assisting Texas counties in adopting a comprehensive plan for setting, monitoring and enforcing bond conditions in DWI cases. The program promotes the use of bond conditions (such as ignition interlock devices) that reduce the incidence of DWI recidivism, increases consistency in setting bond conditions by a magistrate and a trial court, and ensures that bond conditions required by law are properly set, monitored and enforced. The Texas Justice Court Training Center (TJCTC) administers the program through its Traffic Safety Initiative, which is funded by a grant from the Texas Department of Transportation. TJCTC believes this program is an important means of reducing the number of DWI drivers on Texas roads and highways, thereby improving public safety throughout the state. For further information, please contact Randall Sarosdy at 512-347-9927, ext. 201, or [email protected].