The Lewis Henry Morgan Institute’s "One Second" Exhibit Series explores the stories of crash victims across New York State. These forensic-style exhibits focus on high-risk factors such as the combination of driving and alcohol and/or drug use, excessive speed, and distractions, such as phone use and texting while driving. In addition, the importance of seat belt use is underscored in cases where a lack of seat belt use greatly increased the severity of a victim’s injuries or contributed to a victim’s death.
Our STOP-DWI Memorial Garden is featured each year during National Crime Victim's Awareness Week. The garden is displayed on the lawn of the Ontario County Court House. The garden is available as a traveling exhibit. Contact the Ontario County STOP-DWI Program at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!