One approach NCSC has taken to identify obstacles and best practices with CDL reporting compliance has been meeting with court and state licensing agency representatives. In doing so, NCSC learns first hand from state experiences and can make recommendations for other states to follow.
The degree to which states and local entities set priorities and allocate limited resources has a direct impact on results. Success and obstacles to success have been found in these areas.
- Policy and priority determination
- Good governance
- Alignment of state law with federal law
- Legal and organizational culture
- Dedicated capital
- Reengineering and business process improvement
In December 2016, NCSC produced a report to serve as a tool to help resolve issues of CDL conviction reporting and masking.
- Improving the Administration of Justice: Commercial Driving Cases and the State Courts