Alcohol and Drug Evaluation (Uniform Report) and Updated Evaluation
Almost everyone who has been arrested for Driving Under the Influence (DUI, DWI or OWI) will be required to complete an alcohol and drug evaluation (Uniform Report). The purpose of this evaluation is to determine the extent of your alcohol and/or drug problem. Illinois has four levels of treatment requirements determined by the Uniform Report: Minimum Risk (10 hours of DUI risk education), Moderate Risk (12 hours of treatment and 10 hours of DUI risk education), Significant Risk (20 hours of treatment and 10 hours of DUI risk education), and High Risk (75 hours of treatment). The level of treatment required is determined by your test results, BAC score (if any), symptoms of alcohol and/or drug abuse or dependence, and number of DUI arrests.
To complete the evaluation, you to bring in a copy of the ticket(s) and any related paperwork from your DUI arrest(s), along with a current Court Purposes Driver’s Abstract. The Driver’s Abstract can be picked up at any driver’s license facility or at the Secretary of State location at 17 North State Street, 10th Floor in Chicago. You can also use the following link to get a copy by mail.