§ 10:162-1.3. Establishment of an Intoxicated Driver Resource Center (IDRC)
(a) Subject to the approval of the Intoxicated Driving Program, the counties shall, with its cooperation, designate or establish Intoxicated Driver Resource Centers on a county or regional basis as required by N.J.S.A. 39:4-50(f). The counties may establish such a center themselves or in cooperation with other counties. The counties may either operate the IDRCs themselves, or they may contract for the operation of the IDRCs.
(b) A county or regional program proposing to establish or substantially change an Intoxicated Driver Resource Center shall notify the Intoxicated Driving Program of its intent to do so in writing 180 days prior to the proposed effective date. The notice shall indicate whether the county intends to operate the Intoxicated Driver Resource Center itself, or contract for services. Within 60 days of the notice of intent the county shall provide a program description, action plan, budget, table of personnel, proposed program schedule and curriculum to the Intoxicated Driving Program. If the county proposes to contract for services, it shall provide the Intoxicated Driving Program with a schedule for calling for proposals, containing, but not limited to, the information specified above, and shall review, rank and approve such proposals in accordance with applicable State and county laws and rules governing the issuance of contracts for such services.
(c) The Intoxicated Driving Program shall consult with the county and provide assistance as needed in the course of the process established pursuant to (a) and (b) above.