Systems and methods for the capture, analysis, and reporting of risky driver behavior are provided in combination with coaching of individual drivers to improve driver performance. The system comprises an event capture device that records both audio and video of an event. The event data, which includes the audio, video, and other related information, is provided to an evaluation server where it is then analyzed and scored and compiled with other event data. Event data can be compiled for individual drivers, groups of drivers, and the entire universe of drivers for an organization. The evaluation server provides managers, supervisors, and executives with access to reports including granular information about risky behavior and trends related to individual drivers, groups of drivers, or the entire universe of drivers for the organization. Additionally, the evaluation server provides coaching sessions for drivers (with or without their supervisors) to demonstrate to the driver with audio, video, and other related information (e.g., speed) how the event occurred and improved ways to avoid such an event in the future. In this fashion, driver improvement is achieved and insurance costs may be reduced for the organization.