Ken Denton Joins LMG Holdings As Vice President, Program Administrative Affairs

Jul 10, 2015, 17:53 ET from LMG Holdings, Inc.

CINCINNATI, July 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- LMG Holdings, Inc., the leading provider of ignition interlock devices (IIDs) for drunk driving offenders, today announced that Ken Denton has been named Vice President, Program Administrative Affairs.

Denton will lead LMG's relationships with State IID administrative authorities across North America.   He joins LMG following a 25 year career with the Washington State Patrol.

"Ken's various impaired driving and IID administrative roles within the Washington State Patrol, as well as his leadership in the Association of Ignition Interlock Program Administrators (AIIPA) has earned him the respect and trust of IID administrators across the nation," said Kent Owens, President and CEO of LMG Holdings. "We are very pleased that Ken has chosen LMG for the next step in his career."

In his most recent role as Sergeant and Program Manager of the Breath Test Program & Ignition Interlock Program for the State of Washington, Denton was responsible for monitoring the performance of IID providers operating at more than 150 locations across State.

"I'm extremely excited to have the opportunity to continue my work in the IID industry with LMG," said Denton. "I look forward to being part of a professional, respected and successful LMG team."

About Ignition Interlock Devices
IIDs are installed on automobiles or other motor vehicles that test a driver's breath alcohol and prevent a vehicle from being started if a driver is alcohol-impaired.  Twenty-five states require first-time offenders of Driving While Impaired or similar offenses, as part of their sentences, to use an IID.  In addition, 21 states have IIDS as part of the sentencing options for repeat or High BrAC offenders.  

Numerous studies have concluded that ignition interlock devices not only stop impaired individuals from driving but also have a significant impact in reducing repeat DWI offenses.  There is an estimated 334,000 ignition interlock devices currently installed in vehicles in the United States.

About LMG Holdings
LMG Holdings, based in Cincinnati, Ohio, is the leading provider of ignition interlock devices in the United States. LMG's three independently operated companies are LifeSafer, Monitech and Guardian Interlock, which provide different interlock devices and services through their individual distribution networks in over 46 states and provinces across North America.

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SOURCE LMG Holdings, Inc.