Impaired Driving


A How-To-Guide for Victim Impact Panels [Manual]

A How-To-Guide for Victim Impact Panels [Manual]


Product ID: 809 289
This "how-to" manual that describes the development and implementation of drunken driving victim impact panels.  Victim impact panels bring together victims of drunk driving crashes and first-time impaired offenders.  These panels are a routine sentencing option in many courts, driving programs, and schools.  The Guide was orignally developed by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).  It was revised and reprinted by MADD and NHTSA in July 2001. 8.5" x 11", four color

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Alternative Transportation Programs: A Countermeasure For Reducing Impaired Driving [Booklet]

Alternative Transportation Programs: A Countermeasure For Reducing Impaired Driving [Booklet]


Product ID: 811 188

This booklet describes the alternative transportation programs used to reduce impaired driving. Alternative transportation programs aim to prevent drinking and driving by transporting those who choose to drink to and from home and drinking establishments. Alternative transportation programs have been in existence for several decades. Review of the literature suggests those services that are accessible, readily available, and easy to integrate into activity have the greatest likelihood of encouraging people to use them rather than drive after drinking.

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An Implementation Guide for Juvenile Holdover Programs -- Executive Summary [Report]

An Implementation Guide for Juvenile Holdover Programs -- Executive Summary [Report]


Product ID: 809 445
This summary provides a brief overview of juvenile holdover programs and the Implementation Guide. Juvenile holdover programs are new and old concepts that look at creative approaches by law enforcement officers, social workers, probation officers, and community officials when having to decide what to do with a juvenile in need of a safe, and perhaps secure, place to wait until a parent can be located or while the system mobilizes to respond to the needs of a child or youth.  8.5" x 11", full color, 10 pages.

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An Implementation Guide for Juvenile Holdover Programs [Manual]

An Implementation Guide for Juvenile Holdover Programs [Manual]


Product ID: 809 260
How-to manual describing specific steps necessary to implement a Juvenile Holdover Program.  "Holdover refers to temporary holding facilities for juveniles who commit less serious offenses, greatly reducing the necessity of enforcement officers maintaining lengthy custody of juveniles.  These programs are particularly useful in rural areas with limited resources.  8.5" x 11", two color, 201 pages.

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Campaign to Reduce Impaired Driving Though Retail-Oriented Enforcement in Wash. State [Report]

Campaign to Reduce Impaired Driving Though Retail-Oriented Enforcement in Wash. State [Report]


Product ID: 810 913
Research indicates up to 50 percent of persons driving under the influence had their last drink at a licensed establishment.  This program targets those establishments that produce high levels of DUI arrests as indicated by "place of last drink" information collected on DUI arrest reports.  This information is used to reduce the incidents of sales to intoxicate and ultimately the number of impaired drivers on the roads.

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Community How to Guides on Underage Drinking Prevention [Manual]

Community How to Guides on Underage Drinking Prevention [Manual]


Product ID: 809 209
This series of nine manuals was developed by the National Association of Governors' Highway Safety Representatives (NAGHSR) in cooperation with NHTSA, to assist community coalition members and prevention specialists with the fundamental components of planning and implementing a comprehensive prevention program targeting underage drinking. Topics addressed in the guides include coalition building, needs assessment and strategic planning, evaluation, prevention and education, underage enforcement, public policy, media relations, self-sufficiency and available resources. Each guide is brief, easy to use, and includes useful tools and additional resources. Full color, 8.5" x 11", 423 pages.

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Criminal Justice Associations Leadership Meeting: Final Report (Report)

Criminal Justice Associations Leadership Meeting: Final Report (Report)


Product ID: 810 832
NHTSA convened a meeting of national criminal justice association leaders to address strategies to re-prioritize traffic safety and reduce the occurrence of repeat DWI offenses. This report summarizes the meeting and highlights priority actions identified as crucial to improve traffic safety.

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Don't Play with Life... Because In The Game Everyone Loses. English [Flyer]

Don't Play with Life... Because In The Game Everyone Loses. English [Flyer]


Product ID: 810 671

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Don't Play With Life... Because In The Game Everyone Loses. English [Poster]


Product ID: 810 673E

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Dont Play with Life... Because In The Game Everyone Loses. No Juegues Con La Vida...Spanish [Poster]


Product ID: 810 673

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Dont Play With Life... Because In The Game Everyone Loses. Spanish [Flyer]

Dont Play With Life... Because In The Game Everyone Loses. Spanish [Flyer]


Product ID: 810 671s

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Driving While Intoxicated Tracking Systems Volume 3 [Report]

Driving While Intoxicated Tracking Systems Volume 3 [Report]


Product ID: 808 522

This report documents a qualitative investigation of existing DWI Tracking Systems (DWITS) nationwide, and provides recommendations for collecting and analyzing quantitative data on DWI statistics. An effective DWITS is a valuable tool for managing DWI offender data, allowing law enforcement officials to monitor records from arrest through sanction completion. This document comprises Volume 3: DWI Estimates for the United States; a quantitative presentation of DWI estimates based on state-level data from eight states with DWI tracking systems. Two color, 8.5" x 11', 15 pages.

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Drugged Driving Expert Panel Report:

Drugged Driving Expert Panel Report:


Product ID: 811 438

In November 2008 and again in March 2009, an expert panel was convened by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration with the goal of determining whether a list could be developed to indicate which medications or classes of medications may pose a hazard to driving. There was particular interest in having the panel develop a list of safe”medications that do not impair driving. The value of the list would be to better inform patients and physicians regarding the likely effects of a drug on driving. This information could lead to better-informed prescribing practices and to more rational selection of medications by patients.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/811438.pdf 


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Economic Burden of Traffic Crashers on Employers [Report]

Economic Burden of Traffic Crashers on Employers [Report]


Product ID: 809 682
This report provides employers with specific costs of motor vehicle crash injuries by state and by industry type and includes estimates of alcohol involvement and restraint non-use.  Motor vehicle crash injuries on and off the job cost employers about $60 billion annually in 1998 - 2000.  This report updates the national estimates of employer costs of crashes presented in NHTSA's 1996 report "What Do Traffic Crashes Cost? Total Cost to Employers by State and Industry.  8.5" x 11", three color, 17 pages.

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Evaluation of Pueblo County, Colorado's Smart Roads Program [Booklet]

Evaluation of Pueblo County, Colorado's Smart Roads Program [Booklet]


Product ID: 809 955

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Grassroots Support For Impaired Driving Law Enforcement Crackdown Efforts [Report]

Grassroots Support For Impaired Driving Law Enforcement Crackdown Efforts [Report]


Product ID: 810 643
This report provides a variety of activities for grassroots organizations and groups to support law enforcement agencies in their efforts to remove impaired drivers and conduct high-visibility enforcement.  These activities focus on four areas in which community groups can be most effective in supporting enforcement.  The areas are recruitment, participation, publicity, and recognition.  A strong law enforcement support program will use all four of these components, as they are mutually reinforcing.

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Guide for Statewide Impaired-Driving Task Forces (Report)

Guide for Statewide Impaired-Driving Task Forces (Report)


Product ID: 811 203

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Guide to Sentencing DWI Offenders, Second Edition 2005 (Report)

Guide to Sentencing DWI Offenders, Second Edition 2005 (Report)


Product ID: 810 555

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Implementing a Citizen's DWI Reporting Program Using the Extra Eyes Model [Manual]

Implementing a Citizen's DWI Reporting Program Using the Extra Eyes Model [Manual]


Product ID: 811 038

This manual provides guidance to law enforcement and community organizations in creating and implementing a citizen's DWI reporting program.  The guidance is based on the Operation Extra Eyes program developed and implemented in Montgomery County, MD.  The manual is a quick reference for recruiting and training volunteers, risk management, networking, community involvement, working with the media, and leadership.

Implication for highway safety:  This manual provides communities and local law enforcement agencies a strategy for increasing high visibility law enforcement activities.
 


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Make Your Parties Rock-Substance free, Guide to Safe and Sober Event Planning [Manual]

Make Your Parties Rock-Substance free, Guide to Safe and Sober Event Planning [Manual]

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Product ID: 809 270
NHTSA and NOYS (National Organizations for Youth Safety) joined forces to develop this year-round party planner that outlines safe and sober alternatives to underage drinking.  The planner shows how youth can enjoy special events in their lives, such as prom night, in a safe and substance-free environment and still have a great time.  The planner includes ideas to plan safe and sober events, including party settings, themes and activities; promotional efforts to help spread the word about safe and sober events; and a list of resources and related materials to help support the theme that drinking alcohol is not necessary to give an amazing party. 9" x 11.5", four color, 30 pages and 1 poster.

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NHTSA Impaired Driving Information Resources (CD-ROM)

NHTSA Impaired Driving Information Resources (CD-ROM)


Product ID: 809 499
This CD contains the complete text from twelve publications dealing with impaired driving and the standardized sobriety test battery.  They are listed in chronological order by publication date.  Each is full-text-searchable, and each is fully indexed through its own table of contents.  The CD also contains three short video segments, one for each of the three standardized field sobriety tests.

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Preguntas y Respuestas Sobre Concentracion De Alcohol En La Sangre [Brochure]

Preguntas y Respuestas Sobre Concentracion De Alcohol En La Sangre [Brochure]


Product ID: 809 865
Full color, 3.5" x 8.5", six panels.

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Preventing First Time DWI Offenses [Report]

Preventing First Time DWI Offenses [Report]


Product ID: 811 074
This report details a study on the criminality of individuals arrested for first time DWI offenses.  The study identifies common prior offenses among first time DWI offenders, and strategies used to address the identified offenses to determine if there are potential opportunities to expand those efforts to prevent impaired driving. 
   
IMPLICATIONS FOR HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY:  Those in the criminal justice field, research, advocacy or community groups, and State and local government may find this report useful in integrating effective programs into existing interventions used to address other crimes.
 

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Screening and Brief Intervention Tool Kit for College and University Campuses [Booklet]

Screening and Brief Intervention Tool Kit for College and University Campuses [Booklet]


Product ID: 810 751A
This booklet is a screening and brief intervention (SBI) tool kit for college and university campuses.  SBI is a structured set of questions and a brief follow-up discussion between a person and a counselor or health care provider designed to address alcohol use problems.  The tool kit includes implementation instructions, the screening questionnaire, blood alcohol concentration chart, and guidelines for lower-risk drinking strategies.
 

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Screening and Brief Intervention Toolkit for the Hispanic Patient (NHMA) (Report)

Screening and Brief Intervention Toolkit for the Hispanic Patient (NHMA) (Report)


Product ID: 810 953
IMPLICATIONS FOR HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY:  Screening and brief intervention have been shown to be effective strategies for reducing impaired driving as well as alcohol misuse.  The Hispanic population, particularly Hispanic males, are at a greater risk for involvement in alcohol-related crashes and fatalities.  The Hispanic Toolkit has been developed for use in emergency rooms, trauma centers and other healthcare settings.  The primary audience for the materials is nurses, doctors, counselors, and other healthcare professionals who have an opportunity to conduct SBI with Spanish-speaking patients.  NHTSA regional offices and State Highway Safety Offices can disseminate these toolkits and promote their use in Hispanic communities to hospitals, trauma centers, doctors, and other healthcare professionals.

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Sentencing and Dispositions of Youth DUI and Other Alcohol Offenses: [Manual]

Sentencing and Dispositions of Youth DUI and Other Alcohol Offenses: [Manual]


Product ID: 808 891
This manual was developed to help judges and prosecutors more effectively address alcohol-related offenses by juveniles and youth.  It fosters cooperation among judges, administrative agencies and community organizations, to provide a role for them in preventing underage drinking and other alcohol-related offenses.  Three color, 8.5" x 11", 69 pages.

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Strategic Evaluation States Initiative (Impaired Driving Report) [Report]

Strategic Evaluation States Initiative (Impaired Driving Report) [Report]


Product ID: 810 923

Four common themes surfaced in the case studies: (1) Data were used and strong plans were developed to achieve high visibility, multi-agency enforcement operations (saturation patrols and/or sobriety checkpoints) year-round on a monthly basis with a focus on areas that represented 65 percent of the alcohol fatality problem in the State; (2) Charismatic leadership helped secure commitments from law enforcement agencies and provided clear guidance on the direction of the impaired driving enforcement program; (3) Law enforcement training, such as in Standardized Field Sobriety Testing, was essential to help prepare law enforcement officers for the operations and to obtain their personal commitment; and (4)Targeted messaging were used through earned and paid media along with extensive outreach efforts to raise public awareness of these efforts at the State and local level and increase general deterrence  or stop impaired driving before it happens.

The findings hold promise for greater community involvement to support local impaired driving law enforcement efforts. Section 402 funds or other available impaired driving may be requested to support planning and training activities, equipment needs such as full-staff and low-staff checkpoint supplies, and media training for local/municipal police departments.  Local/municipal law enforcement agencies should conduct coordinated, long-range planning on a regional basis to ensure ongoing impaired driving law enforcement activities throughout the year across the State or regions within the State.
 


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Strategies for Addressing the DWI Offender: 10 Promising Sentencing Practices (Report)

Strategies for Addressing the DWI Offender: 10 Promising Sentencing Practices (Report)


Product ID: 809 850

This report is a compendium of promising sentencing practices that were proposed at the DWI Sentencing Summit held at the National Judicial College in March 2004.  This document is designed for judges who want to be creative and look for new ways to reach the DWI offender, when traditional sentencing options have been exhausted.  It should be noted that some of the strategies are not research based, but have promise in the jurisdictions where they have been used.  8.5" x 11", two color, 72 pages.

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Tres Maneras de Conservar a un Amigo Vivo ( Amigo no Dejan que los Amigos Manejen Borrachos)

Tres Maneras de Conservar a un Amigo Vivo ( Amigo no Dejan que los Amigos Manejen Borrachos)


Product ID: 809 599
This brochure, which is in Spanish, lists three steps a friend can take to prevent someone who has been drinking alcohol from driving while impaired. Using these suggestions, injuries and fatalities resulting from alcohol-related traffic crashes can be dramatically decreased.  4"x 9", full color, six-panel. 

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2001 National Survey of Drinking and Driving-Volume 1 Summary Report

2001 National Survey of Drinking and Driving-Volume 1 Summary Report


Product ID: 809 549
This report represents the sixth in a series of biennial national surveys undertaken by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) starting in 1991, and reports data from this sixth administration as well as those of the first five administrations (1991, 1993, 1995, 1997, and 1999).  The objective of these recurrent studies is to measure both current status and trends regarding the public's attitudes, knowledge, and self-reported behavior related to drinking and driving.  These data are used in supporting future NHTSA initiatives, identifying areas where improvements have been made, and identifying those areas needing further attention.  This report, Volume I:  Summary Report presents a top line summary of respondents' behaviors and attitudes on various topics related to drinking and driving including reported frequency of drinking and driving, prevention and intervention, riding with impaired drivers, designated drivers, perceptions of penalties, and knowledge of and acceptance of Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) levels.  8.5" x 11", three color, 25 pages.

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2001 National Survey of Drinking and Driving-Volume 2: Methods Report

2001 National Survey of Drinking and Driving-Volume 2: Methods Report


Product ID: 809 550
This report represents the sixth in a series of biennial national surveys undertaken by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) starting in 1991, and reports data from this sixth administration as well as those of the first five administrations (1991, 1993, 1995, 1997, and 1999).  The objective of these recurrent studies is to measure both current status and trends regarding the public's attitudes, knowledge, and self-reported behavior related to drinking and driving.  These data are used in supporting future NHTSA initiatives, identifying areas where improvements have been made, and identifying those areas needing further attention.  This report, Volume II:  Methods Report describes the methods used to conduct the interviews and analyze the data.  It also contains a copy of the most recent questionnaire. 8.5" x 11", three color, 54 pages.

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2006 National Labor Day Impaired Driving Enforcement Crackdown:

2006 National Labor Day Impaired Driving Enforcement Crackdown:


Product ID: 811 039/7P0373
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administrations 2006 Drunk Driving. Over the Limit. Under Arrest. Labor Day holiday campaign had three main components: 1) DWI enforcement, 2) public awareness efforts, and 3) evaluation. The campaign used the previously successful high visibility enforcement model. Eighteen nights of enforcement focused on apprehending intoxicated drivers.  Forty-eight States reported over 40,000 DWI arrests. National random sample telephone surveys conducted prior to and just after the campaign found that the media effort increased awareness but indicated no self-reported changes in drinking driving behavior.

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2007 National Roadside Survey of Alcohol and Drug Use by Drivers: Alcohol Results (Report)

2007 National Roadside Survey of Alcohol and Drug Use by Drivers: Alcohol Results (Report)


Product ID: 811 248

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2007 National Roadside Survey of Alcohol and Drug Use by Drivers: Drug Results (Report)

2007 National Roadside Survey of Alcohol and Drug Use by Drivers: Drug Results (Report)


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2007 National Roadside Survey of Alcohol and Drug Use by Drivers: Methodology (Report)

2007 National Roadside Survey of Alcohol and Drug Use by Drivers: Methodology (Report)


Product ID: 811 237

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2010 National Drunk Driving. Over the. Under Arrest Crackdown

2010 National Drunk Driving. Over the. Under Arrest Crackdown


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A Guide for local Impaired Driving Task Forces (Vol. 1 Final Report & Vol. 2 Local Task Force Case)

A Guide for local Impaired Driving Task Forces (Vol. 1 Final Report & Vol. 2 Local Task Force Case)


Product ID: 811 460A & B

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A State-by-State Analysis of Laws Dealing With Driving Under the Influence of Drugs (Report)

A State-by-State Analysis of Laws Dealing With Driving Under the Influence of Drugs (Report)


Product ID: 811 236

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Addressing Alcohol-Impaired Driving: Training Physicians to Detect and Counsel

Addressing Alcohol-Impaired Driving: Training Physicians to Detect and Counsel


Product ID: 809 076

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Alcohol and Highway Safety: Screening and Brief Intervention for Alcohol Problems

Alcohol and Highway Safety: Screening and Brief Intervention for Alcohol Problems


Product ID: 811 811

This report reviews the current state of knowledge on Screening and Brief Intervention (SBI). It specifically addresses the rationale for addressing at-risk drinkers, defines SBI, provides examples of how it is implemented, and describes some of the outcomes and implications of using SBI, including its effects on traffic safety. The review was performed by the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation, with the assistance of Drs. John Higgins-Biddle and Joan Dilonardo.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/811811.pdf


Alcohol and Highway Safety: Special Report on Race/Ethnicity and Impaired Driving

Alcohol and Highway Safety: Special Report on Race/Ethnicity and Impaired Driving


Product ID: 811 336

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An Evaluation of Intensive Supervision Programs for Serious DWI Offenders

An Evaluation of Intensive Supervision Programs for Serious DWI Offenders


Product ID: 811 446

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An Evaluation of the Three Georgia DUI Courts

An Evaluation of the Three Georgia DUI Courts


Product ID: 811 450

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Antihistamines and Driving-Related Behavior- A Review of the Evidence for Impairment (Report )

Antihistamines and Driving-Related Behavior- A Review of the Evidence for Impairment (Report )


Product ID: 809 714
This report presents information about the review of the scientific literature concerning the effects of antihistamines on driving-related skills. After reviewing all pertinent publications from 1998 and earlier, a total of 130 publications were found to meet the criteria for inclusion in the data summaries.  A database was created with study results being indexed, and summarized, by specific drug, dose, dosing schedule and H1-antagonist generation as well as by behavioral area or subjective measure.  Full color, 8.5" x 11", 88 pages.

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Breath Test Refusal Rates in the U.S. - 2011 Update

Breath Test Refusal Rates in the U.S. - 2011 Update


Product ID: 811 881

Breath alcohol concentration (BAC) test refusals by suspected impaired drivers are a challenge for impaired driving enforcement and prosecution. Periodically, NHTSA gathers data on State BAC refusal rates and develops an estimated national rate. This information can be useful to States and local jurisdictions. It enables them to track changes over time and compare their rates to other States and the Nation as a whole. NHTSA developed previous estimates for 1987, 2001 and 2005.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/Breath_Test_Refusal_Rates-811881.pdf


Case Studies of Community-Based Self-Sufficent DWI Programs

Case Studies of Community-Based Self-Sufficent DWI Programs


Product ID: 811 300

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Case Studies of Ignition Interlock Programs (Report)

Case Studies of Ignition Interlock Programs (Report)


Product ID: 811 594
Under a contract with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Acclaro Research Solutions, Inc. prepared this program guide of case studies. The guide profiles the work of six States and their use of ignition interlocks as part of an overall strategy to combat alcohol-impaired driving.

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Case Studies on Increasing Impaired-Driving Enforcement Visibility

Case Studies on Increasing Impaired-Driving Enforcement Visibility


Product ID: 811 716

Research has shown that an effective way to reduce impaired driving is to increase the perceived risk of being stopped and arrested by law enforcement if driving while impaired. One of the most successful strategies for doing this is the coupling of intense and highly visible enforcement with publicity about the enforcement campaign. The term “high-visibility enforcement” (HVE) is used
to describe law enforcement efforts aimed at deterring unsafe driving behavior by increasing the public’s perception of being caught, arrested, and prosecuted.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/811716.pdf


Challenges and Defenses II: Claims and Responses to Common Challenges and Defenses in Driving While

Challenges and Defenses II: Claims and Responses to Common Challenges and Defenses in Driving While


Product ID: 811 707

DUI cases have become some of the most complex in the criminal justice system. As a result, defense challenges are being raised more frequently and are more procedural and scientific in nature. These challenges range from the initial law enforcement stop of the vehicle to the testing procedures used to determine alcohol concentration in blood, breath, and urine samples to possible alternative explanations for those results. This monograph was developed to assist prosecutors and law enforcement in understanding the nature of these challenges. It will assist prosecutors in formulating effective responses to these newer challenges and defenses and include drugged driving, alternative ex-planations to breath test results, blood draws and testing, scientific uncertainty, and computer source code discovery requests.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/811707.pdf


Community-Based Impaired Driving Programs

Community-Based Impaired Driving Programs


Product ID: 811 678

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recognizes that impaired driving is a complicated issue that cannot be addressed with one solution. “Alcohol-impaired-driving1 fatalities are affected by several external factors, including geography, urbanization, road structure and conditions, and economic activity, as well as by a State’s laws and programs” (NHTSA, 2011, p. 1-2). Strategies that address impaired driving focus on educating people on dangers of driving impaired, keeping people from becoming too impaired to drive, preventing them from driving after drinking, stopping them while driving impaired, and keeping DUI offenders from repeating the behavior.

While many impaired-driving programs are implemented at the State level, NHTSA recognizes that the lack of resources and political challenges may make implementation of needed and effective legislation and programs difficult. In addition, States may find that some programs are effective in some communities but not others. This publication is intended to be a resource to help communities identify appropriate, effective, and promising strategies and legislation that can be implemented on a local level. It is not intended as a how-to-guide, but rather describes and provides examples of each strategy. Leaders and program managers within communities may find this useful in helping to jump start or reenergize their efforts to reduce impaired driving.

This publication is divided into three primary sections: (1) understanding a community’s impaired-driving problem, (2) strategies that reduce impaired driving, and (3) references and appendix.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/811678.pdf


Cross-Examination for Prosecutors


Product ID: 811 671
Cross-examination is an art form only occasionally practiced by prosecutors, who instead necessarily focus much of their efforts on direct examination.  This monograph was developed to assist prosecutors in understanding the basic goals, methods, and forms of cross-examination when dealing with all witnesses.

        IMPLICATIONS FOR HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY: Many of the cases prosecuted in the state and local jurisdictions are traffic oriented.  With this in mind, this monograph assists local prosecutors in honing their skills in the art of cross-examination, particularly as it applies to traffic cases.  This will result in better case preparation and the likelihood of a successful prosecution.
 

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Development and Evaluation of a Comprehensive Program

Development and Evaluation of a Comprehensive Program


Product ID: 809 396
This report describes the development of a program to reduce drinking on a college campus.  The ultimate goal of the program is to reduce motor vehicle crashes resulting from driving after drinking, as well as other health and social problems that result from alcohol consumption by young persons in a university environment.  8.5" x 11", black and white, 47 pages.

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Digest of Impaired Driving and Selected Beverage Control Laws

Digest of Impaired Driving and Selected Beverage Control Laws


Product ID: 810 571

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Digest of Impaired Driving And Selected Beverage Control Laws

Digest of Impaired Driving And Selected Beverage Control Laws


Product ID: 811 796

The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin-istration is responsible for reducing vehicle-related fatalities and injuries on our Nation’s highways. This digest reports the status of State laws that are concerned with impaired driving offenses and alcoholic beverage control. It is extensively footnoted and contains comprehen-sive information on critical impaired driving laws for all 50 States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/811796.pdf

 


Don't Play with Life... Because In The Game Everyone Loses. English (Fact Sheet)

Don't Play with Life... Because In The Game Everyone Loses. English (Fact Sheet)


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Don't Play with Life...Because In The Game Everyone Loses. English & Spanish Kit (Hispanic Heritage)


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Drinking and Driving in the United States: The 1996 National Roadside Survey (Report)

Drinking and Driving in the United States: The 1996 National Roadside Survey (Report)


Product ID: 809 019
This report presents the results of the 1996 National Roadside Survey, conducted to determine the proportion of drivers exposed to involvement in alcohol-related motor vehicle crashes. The survey consisted of interviewing and breath testing more than 6,000 motorists between September and November of 1996. Analysis of this data helped to calculate the relative risk of crash involvement at various blood alcohol concentration (BAC) levels, and measured impaired driving trends over time. Survey data was compared with data collected in two previous roadside surveys, performed in 1973 and 1986. Black and white, 8.5" x 11', 37 pages. 

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Driver Behavior During, Visual-Manual Secondary Task Performance: Occlusion Method Versus Simulated

Driver Behavior During, Visual-Manual Secondary Task Performance: Occlusion Method Versus Simulated


Product ID: 811 726

An experiment was conducted to assess proposed acceptance criteria of NHTSA’s Visual-Manual Driver Distraction Guidelines. Seventy two participants, ages 18-75 (3 age groups, balanced gender), performed secondary tasks (radio tuning, destination entry, 7-digit phone dialing, and 10-digit phone dialing) in two protocols: (1) driving a low-fidelity simulator; and (2) wearing occlusion goggles. Secondary tasks were performed using the integrated in-vehicle information and communication system of a 2010 Toyota Prius V. The Dynamic Following and Detection (DFD) driving simulator protocol combines car following with detection of visual targets presented in the roadway display during a single 3-minute drive. Performance metrics included: total eyes-off-road time (TEORT), mean glance duration, proportion of long glances, standard deviation of lane position (SDLP), car following delay, target detection accuracy (proportion correct), and target detection response time. The occlusion protocol required participants to perform 5 instances of each secondary task while wearing occlusion goggles that switched every 1.5 seconds between open and closed (occluded) states (as defined in ISO 16673). Total shutter open time (TSOT) was the performance metric.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/DOT/NHTSA/NVS/Crash%20Avoidance/Technical%20Publications/2013/811726.pdf


Driver Characteristics and Impairment at Various BACs (Report)

Driver Characteristics and Impairment at Various BACs (Report)


Product ID: 809 075

This report documents an experiment conducted to determine the extent to which alcohol impairment at various Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) levels impacts the driving skills of individuals of different ages, gender and drinking practice characteristics. A driving simulator was used to measure the skills of 168 subjects representative of the general driving population. Tables and graphs illustrate raw data, performance index and impairment scores for all test subjects. Two color, 8.5" x 11", 67 pages.


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Drug-Impaired Driving: Understanding the Problem & Ways to Reduce it

Drug-Impaired Driving: Understanding the Problem & Ways to Reduce it


Product ID: 811 268

This report was prepared in accordance with Section 2013 of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU). The report summarizes a series of studies undertaken by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to acquire the information needed to address the general problem of drug-impaired driving.

The report describes the research conducted on prevention, detection, and prosecution of driving under the influence of drugs; issues associated with determining what drugs impair driving; difficulties in relating blood
levels of drugs and impairment; lack of information about what drugs are frequently used by drivers and what drugs elevate crash risk; problems in obtaining representative data about current enforcement, prosecution, and
adjudication of drug-impaired driving; training for law enforcement officers in recognizing drug-impaired drivers; review of drug-impaired driving laws; and what is known about the role of drugs as causal factors in traffic
crashes. It highlights the need for further research and concludes with recommendations to better address the problem of drug-impaired driving.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/811268.pdf


DWI Recidivism in the United States

DWI Recidivism in the United States


Product ID: 811 993

In 1995, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimated that one-third of all drivers arrested or convicted of driving while intoxicated (DWI) were repeat offenders. This study was conducted to update the 1995 estimate, and it determined that since 1995 the proportion of recidivism among drivers arrested for DWI has decreased from 31% to 25%, a decline of 19%. This report describes the methods used for data collection and analysis. The analysis explored emerging trends of recidivism based on data regarding arrests, convictions, and license suspensions. This study also examined the extent to which recidivism prevalence differs based on the look-back period used by the State (i.e., the period of time DWI offenses remain on driver records as prior offenses).

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/811991-DWI_Recidivism_in_USA-tsf-rn.pdf


Enhanced Sanctions for Higher BACs: Evaluation of Minnesota High BAC Laws [Report]

Enhanced Sanctions for Higher BACs: Evaluation of Minnesota High BAC Laws [Report]


Product ID: 809 677

This research study examined Minnesota's enhanced sanctions for drivers convicted with blood alcohol concentrations of .20 or higher.  8.5" x 11", two color, 56 pages.


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Evaluating Transdermal Alcohol Measuring Devices (Report)

Evaluating Transdermal Alcohol Measuring Devices (Report)


Product ID: 810 875

 

This study evaluated two types of electrochemical sensing technologies that quantitatively detect ethyl alcohol vapor through the skin (transdermal).  Transdermal alcohol concentration measuring devices use a new technology that has the potential for monitoring whether persons who are prohibited from drinking have consumed alcohol.  The study evaluated the accuracy and precision of two devices, based on transdermal alcohol sensor technology, the Giner, Inc., Wrist Transdermal Alcohol Sensor, and the Alcohol Monitoring Systems Secure Remote Alcohol Monitor.  The two devices, in different stages of development and were designed to be used with different populations, offer different strengths and weaknesses.

I  While the technology requires improvement, transdermal alcohol concentration measuring devices do have potential for monitoring whether persons who are prohibited from drinking have consumed alcohol.  Thus, these types of devices may provide another tool for courts, probation services, and treatment providers to aid in monitoring such persons to reduce alcohol-related traffic crashes.

 


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Evaluation of Lower BAC Limits for Convicted OUI Offenders in Maine (Report)

Evaluation of Lower BAC Limits for Convicted OUI Offenders in Maine (Report)


Product ID: 809 827
This research study examined the impact of Maine's lower BAC (initially .05, then further reduced to .00 BAC) for drivers previously convicted of OUI (operating under the influence).  8.5" x 11", three color, 34 pages.

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Evaluation of Minnesota's Vehicle Plate Impoundment Law for Impaired Drivers

Evaluation of Minnesota's Vehicle Plate Impoundment Law for Impaired Drivers


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Evaluation of Seven Publicized Enforcement Demonstration Programs to Reduce Impaired Driving[Report]

Evaluation of Seven Publicized Enforcement Demonstration Programs to Reduce Impaired Driving[Report]


Product ID: 810 941

Between 2000 and 2003, NHTSA funded seven alcohol demonstration programs designed to reduce impaired driving through well-publicized and highly visible enforcement. These demonstration programs were not specifically designed to be research evaluation studies; instead, they were designed to reduce drinking-and-driving behavior and ultimately alcohol related crashes. The states varied widely in their enforcement methods, media methods, and their paid and earned media budgets and messages.

Four of the programs were conducted statewide or nearly statewide. Paid advertising was used in Georgia, Indiana and Michigan.  In GA, TN, IN, and PA sobriety checkpoints were conducted throughout the data collection period. In LA checkpoints were permitted part way through data collection and in Texas and Michigan, checkpoints were not permitted.  The number and types of enforcement activities varied considerably from State to State.  Georgia reported using 2,837 checkpoints. Pennsylvania used checkpoints, mobile awareness patrols, and roving patrols yielding more than 1,100 roadside enforcement actions, while Tennessee used a combination of checkpoints (535), enforcement roadblocks (approximately 270), and saturation patrols (270).  Michigan used 1,122 saturation and routine patrols and in Indiana more than 3,800 patrol hours were reported.  The number of DUI or DWI arrests varied considerably, typically varying from a few hundred to a few thousand. 

   


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Evaluation of the DUI Court Program in Maricopa County Arizona

Evaluation of the DUI Court Program in Maricopa County Arizona


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Evaluation of the New Mexico Ignition Interlock Program

Evaluation of the New Mexico Ignition Interlock Program


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Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus: The Science and the Law: A Resources Guide for Judges, Prosecutors and La

Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus: The Science and the Law: A Resources Guide for Judges, Prosecutors and La


Product ID: 808 938

This manual was developed through a cooperative agreement with the National Traffic Law Center.  It is a resource guide for judges and prosecutors, that provides a clear understanding of the scientific basis and legal foundation for horizontal gaze nystagmus (HGN), as used with the NHTSA/IACP approved training for the Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (SFST) and the Drug Evaluation and Classification (DRE) programs.  This guide is intended to promote increased training, use and acceptance of the HGN test as a valid and reliable tool in detecting, prosecuting and adjudicating impaired drivers. Three color, 8.5" x 11", 122 pages.

 

Identification and Referral of Impaired Drivers through Emergency Department Protocols (Report)

Identification and Referral of Impaired Drivers through Emergency Department Protocols (Report)


Product ID: 809 412
This report discusses the investigation conducted to determine whether an emergency department (ED) intervention protocol could identify and refer patients with alcohol abuse or alcohol dependency (AA/AD) and result in more patients receiving treatment and evaluation for substance abuse.  Of patients treated in emergency departments following motor vehicle crashes , 15-20 % are at high risk for AA/AD, and are likely to drive after drinking.  In order to intervene with patients at high risk in the ED, a reliable and quick screening procedure and a method of intervening must be available.  An ED protocol for screening and intervention for patients at high risk of AA/AD increases the likelihood of receiving definitive treatment for AA/AD.  Three color, 8.5" x 11", 26 pages.

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Identification of Alcohol-Pedestrian Crash Programs among Selected Racial/Ethnic Groups

Identification of Alcohol-Pedestrian Crash Programs among Selected Racial/Ethnic Groups


Product ID: 808 641
This report documents a study that examined racial/ethnic patterns of involvement in fatal crashes, then conducted focus groups among at-risk minority groups to determine cultural factors which might affect the alcohol-pedestrian problem, and how to combat it.  Results were analyzed for cultural patterns of alcohol use, likely countermeasures and comments or suggestions.  157 pages.

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Ignition Interlock Institutes: Promoting The Use of Interlocks and Improvements To Interlock Program

Ignition Interlock Institutes: Promoting The Use of Interlocks and Improvements To Interlock Program


Product ID: 811 815

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Under a cooperative agreement with NHTSA, MADD held a series of ignition interlock institutes across the United States between August 2009 and October 2012. The institutes were designed to bring teams of people from different States
representing various organizations and agencies who are involved with some component of their States’ ignition interlock program system. The purpose of the institutes was to promote increased use of ignition interlocks in each participating
State and to identify improvements to strengthen its interlock programs. MADD’s report summarizes common barriers, State barriers, and potential solutions.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/811815.pdf


Ignition Interlocks What you Need to Know

Ignition Interlocks What you Need to Know


Product ID: 811 246

Ignition Interlocks What You Need to Know

Ignition Interlocks What You Need to Know


Product ID: 811 883

This toolkit is designed to provide basic information regarding ignition interlocks and considerations for program administrators and policy makers in designing an efficient program.

The general topics in the toolkit include
• Description of an interlock device and how it works,
• Brief summary of interlock technology development,
• Ignition interlock research,
• Program implementation,
• Vendor selection and management, and
• Program costs.

In addition, the status of each State’s interlock program is provided, as are a series of frequently asked questions, sample talking points and administrative forms, and checklists to aid in program planning and implementation.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/IgnitionInterlocks_811883.pdf


Intensive DWI Supervision in Urban Areas: Feasibility Study

Intensive DWI Supervision in Urban Areas: Feasibility Study


Product ID: 811 861

Drivers with prior convictions for driving while impaired (DWI) carry a higher risk of future DWI arrests and crash involvement. In response, communities have developed various strategies to address the drinking-driving problems of DWI offenders by assisting them in making positive behavioral changes to reduce their likelihood of recidivism. One program model developed to monitor offender drinking involves having an offender report twice daily to a law enforcement office for alcohol breath testing at 12-hour intervals. To date, these 24/7 sobriety programs have been used in rural States and communities; however, the program model is being considered for implementation in additional locales. The purpose of this project was to conduct a feasibility study to gather data on whether the 24/7 program model can be applied in urban locales, and if so, what changes might be necessary. In Phase 1 of the study, structured discussions were held with State and local officials in Montana; North Dakota; South Dakota; and Fremont County, Wyoming, to develop a complete description of the history of 24/7 programs in rural areas. In Phase 2, information from Phase 1 was used to conduct discussions with local officials in two urban areas—Washington, DC, and Fairfax County, Virginia—to obtain their impressions about whether and how a 24/7 program could be operated in their jurisdictions. Urban officials reserved judgment about whether such a program would affect offender drinking, impaired driving, and crashes, though most believed it would help identify those who are alcohol-dependent and assist in connecting them with needed resources. Despite potential benefits, officials were generally cautious but somewhat open to the prospects regarding program feasibility. This tempered reaction was a function of concerns about practical issues of implementation and broader concerns about the value of and need for twice-daily testing programs in urban locations.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/811861.pdf


It's Your Call... Recognizing and Reporting Impaired Drivers (Video)


Product ID: 2A0116
This video urges motorists to protect themselves and others on the highway by recognizing and reporting impaired drivers.  Drivers observed weaving, hitting objects, cutting corners then turning wide, or driving with tires on the lane lines should be reported to police.  Information regarding license plate number, location, time of day, vehicle and occupant descriptions is important to report.  Color.  Total running time:  8:06 minutes.

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Key Features for Ignition Interlock Programs

Key Features for Ignition Interlock Programs


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Lower BAC Limits for Youths: Evaluation of the Maryland .02 Law (Technical Summary) [Final Report]

Lower BAC Limits for Youths: Evaluation of the Maryland .02 Law (Technical Summary) [Final Report]


Product ID: 807 860

The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of special drinking driving sanctions aimed at youthful drivers under the age of 21.  This purpose was accomplished by focusing on a Maryland law which restricts driving by those under 21 to a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) less than 0.02 %rather than the 0.10% prevailing limit for older drivers.  It was concluded that this special sanction for youth was effective and this effectiveness was significantly potentiated by a public service program which emphasizes the possible penalties for violation of the regulation.  Black and white, 8.5" x 11", 125 pages.


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Marijuana, Alcohol and Actual Driving Performance (Report)

Marijuana, Alcohol and Actual Driving Performance (Report)


Product ID: 808 939
This report describes a study to measure the individual and combined effects of marijuana and alcohol on actual driving performance.  Test subjects ranged in age from 20 to 28 years old, and driving tests were performed on real roads in normal traffic.  8.5" x 11", black and white, 43 pages.

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Methodology For Determining Motorcycle Operator Crash Risk And Alcohol Impairment, Volume 2: Literat

Methodology For Determining Motorcycle Operator Crash Risk And Alcohol Impairment, Volume 2: Literat


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Methodology or Determining Motorcycle Operator Crash Risk and Alcohol Impairment, Volume 1: Synthesi

Methodology or Determining Motorcycle Operator Crash Risk and Alcohol Impairment, Volume 1: Synthesi


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Model Guideline for State Ignition Interlock Programs

Model Guideline for State Ignition Interlock Programs


Product ID: 811 859

There is strong scientific evidence from several countries that show alcohol ignition interlocks, while in use, are effective tools to reduce drunk driving among both first and repeat offenders.1 2 For this reason, the development and implementation of a breath alcohol ignition interlock program is an essential component of a comprehensive highway safety impaired driving program in each State.

Each State has its own impaired driving laws which influence the delivery of impaired driving programs and policies. While almost all States have an ignition interlock program, they are each unique and at different stages of development. States vary in terms of the agencies involved in the delivery of interlock programs, their structures, authority, and operational practices.

Throughout this guideline, the term ignition interlock refers to breath alcohol ignition interlock devices. Ignition interlock manufacturer refers to the business entity that produces ignition interlock devices. An ignition interlock vendor refers to the business entity which distributes ignition interlocks in a State or jurisdiction. The ignition interlock service center refers to the physical structure where interlocks are installed, serviced, and removed. A technician refers to the individual who performs the installation, servicing, and removal of the ignition interlock. Driving while impaired (DWI) offenders refer to individuals who have been convicted of DWI and are required to have an ignition interlock installed in their vehicle.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/811859.pdf


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Model Impaired Driving Records Information Systems-

Model Impaired Driving Records Information Systems-


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National Survey of Drinking and Driving Attitudes and Behaviors: 2008

National Survey of Drinking and Driving Attitudes and Behaviors: 2008


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National Survey of Drinking and Driving Attitudes and Behaviors: 2008

National Survey of Drinking and Driving Attitudes and Behaviors: 2008


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National Survey of Drunking and Driving Auttitudes and Behaviors:2008

National Survey of Drunking and Driving Auttitudes and Behaviors:2008


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New Mexico's Comprehensive Impaired Driving Program:

New Mexico's Comprehensive Impaired Driving Program:


Product ID: 811 986

In late 2004, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration provided funds to the New Mexico Department of Transportation to demonstrate a process for implementing a comprehensive State impaired-driving system. NHTSA also contracted with the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation to measure the effect of that system on various factors including driving-while-impaired (DWI) crash, injury, and fatality rates; DWI arrest rates; DWI conviction rates; blood alcohol concentration (BAC) patterns; and public awareness. New Mexico’s core activities include high-visibility impaired-driving law enforcement operations, increased paid and earned media concerning New Mexico’s law enforcement efforts, and prosecutorial and enforcement training in the six counties with the highest rates of alcohol-related fatalities. Other components of the comprehensive system include the creation of a DWI Leadership Team that provides support and direction to the system and the participation of a traffic safety resource prosecutor to assist on DWI prosecution and other traffic safety law training. The five counties initially participating in the project were Bernalillo, Doña Ana, McKinley, Rio Arriba, and San Juan. Santa Fe County joined that group in 2007. NHTSA’s objective was to transfer this model to other States experiencing a high number or rate of alcohol-related traffic fatalities or both. Overall, New Mexico’s multi-faceted efforts appeared to have benefits for the State.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/811986_NM_Comprehensive_Impaired_Driving_Program_A_Case_Study.pdf


New Mexico's Comprehensive Impaired Driving Program: Crash Data Analysis

New Mexico's Comprehensive Impaired Driving Program: Crash Data Analysis


Product ID: 811 985

In late 2004, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration provided funds through a Cooperative Agreement to the New Mexico Department of Transportation to demonstrate a process for implementing a comprehensive State impaired-driving system. NHTSA also contracted with the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation to measure the effect of that system on various factors including driving-while-impaired (DWI) crash, injury, and fatality rates; DWI arrest rates; DWI conviction rates; blood alcohol concentration (BAC) rates; and public awareness. New Mexico’s core activities included high-visibility impaired-driving law enforcement operations, increased paid and earned media concerning New Mexico’s law enforcement efforts, and prosecutorial and enforcement training in the five counties with the highest rates of alcohol-involved fatalities. Other components of the comprehensive system include the creation of a Statewide DWI leadership team that provided support and direction to the system and the participation of a Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor to assist on DWI and other traffic safety laws. The five counties initially participating in the project were Bernalillo, Doña Ana, McKinley, Rio Arriba, and San Juan. Santa Fe County joined that group in 2007. Alcohol-involved (those with BACs of .01 g/dL) fatal crashes decreased by 36.5% in the participating counties during the project period of 2005 to 2009. The rest of the State experienced a 31.6% reduction. Alcohol-impaired (those with a BAC of .08 g/dL or higher) fatal crashes decreased by 35.8% in the participating counties during the same period. The rest of the State experienced a 29% reduction. The decrease in the participating counties was not statistically significantly different from the decrease in the rest of the State. This was likely because there were significant Statewide anti-DWI activities during that period as well. However, overall, New Mexico’s multi-faceted efforts appeared to have benefits for the State.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/811985_NM_Comprehensive_Impaired_Driving_Program_Crash_Data_Analysis.pdf


Priorities for Reducing Alcohol-Related Driving Among Latino Communities

Priorities for Reducing Alcohol-Related Driving Among Latino Communities


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Project Green-Yellow-Red (A Social Marketing Initiative to Reduce Impaired Motorcycle Operation)

Project Green-Yellow-Red (A Social Marketing Initiative to Reduce Impaired Motorcycle Operation)


Product ID: 811 095
This report discusses the implementation and evaluation of a community-based social marketing initiative conducted in Dane and Jefferson Counties, Wisconsin, to educate motorcycle riders about the dangers associated with operating a motorcycle under the influence of alcohol.  As part of this initiative, a coalition of tavern and restaurant owners, law enforcement officials, local businesses, members of the motorcycle riding community, community activists was formed to reduce the incidence of drinking and riding.  This report describes the program and its operation, and compares data with other counties in Wisconsin where the program was not implemented.

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Promising Practices for Addressing (ALCOHOL-IMPAIRED DRIVING)

Promising Practices for Addressing (ALCOHOL-IMPAIRED DRIVING)


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Research Shows Most Women Aren't Attracted to Dead Guys

Research Shows Most Women Aren't Attracted to Dead Guys


Product ID: 810 701
This poster features an attractive blond astride a motorcycle and makes the point that alcohol and motorcycles don't mix.  One color, 8.5" x 11".

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Ride Straight - Its A Fact: Alcohol Affects Your Riding Skills (Brochure)

Ride Straight - Its A Fact: Alcohol Affects Your Riding Skills (Brochure)


Product ID: 809 632

It's a fact:  Alcohol affects your riding skills - so ride straight.  Riding a motorcycle takes coordination, balance and most important, good judgment.  Alcohol, more than any other single factor, can rob you of your ability to think clearly and ride safely.  3.5"" x 8.5", full color, six panels.

Ride Straight - Its A Fact: Alcohol Affects Your Riding Skills


Ride Straight - It's a Fact: Alcohol Affects Your Riding Skills (Fact Sheet)

Ride Straight - It's a Fact: Alcohol Affects Your Riding Skills (Fact Sheet)


Product ID: 809 633
As with drivers of other types of vehicles, that loss of skill and judgment -- and the danger it poses -- is a potential problem anywhere motorcyclists ride after consuming alcohol. This fact sheet presents information on how alcohol affects your riding skills and answers some commonly asked questions. 8.5" 11", full color, one side.

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Ride Straight. The Truth About Bar Hopping (Poster)


Product ID: 809 630
It's a fact:  Alcohol affects your riding skills-so ride straight.  Riding a motorcycle takes coordination, balance and most important, good judgement.  Alcohol, more than any other single factor, can rob you of your ability to think clearly and ride safely.  14" x 18", full color.

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Riders Helping Riders (CD-ROM)

Riders Helping Riders (CD-ROM)


Product ID: 811 198

Riders Helping Riders is an instructional program designed to encourage motorcyclists to intervene to prevent orther motorcyclists from orperting a vehicle under the influence of alcohol.


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Screening and Brief Intervention for Alcohol Problems as a Community Approach

Screening and Brief Intervention for Alcohol Problems as a Community Approach


Product ID: 811 836

Only a small fraction of the impaired drivers who are at risk for alcohol-impaired-driving crashes are arrested. These include drivers who drink regularly or occasionally to intoxication before they drive. Researchers have estimated the probability of being arrested while driving while intoxicated (DWI) with a blood alcohol concentration at or above .10 g/dL to be about 1 in 200. A similar study reported that only 23% of alcohol-positive drivers admitted to trauma units and
emergency departments following crashes are convicted of DWI.

This report provides an overview of the use of Screening and Brief Intervention (SBI) as a countermeasure for those who have displayed, or could potentially display, harmful/hazardous drinking behaviors, including drinking and driving. This report endeavors to acquaint the highway safety community with an  overview of the development of SBI, the context in which SBI is employed, the efficacy and limitations of this approach, and the policy implications for traffic safety.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/811836.pdf


Seat Belt, DWI, and Other Traffic Violations Among Recent Immigrants in Florida and Tennessee

Seat Belt, DWI, and Other Traffic Violations Among Recent Immigrants in Florida and Tennessee


Product ID: 811 762

Source Investigations: A Tool to Combat Impaired Driving

Source Investigations: A Tool to Combat Impaired Driving


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Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (Motorcycle Visual Detection Cues)DVD

Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (Motorcycle Visual Detection Cues)DVD


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State Blood Alcohol Concentration Testing and Reporting for Drivers Involved in Fatal Crashes

State Blood Alcohol Concentration Testing and Reporting for Drivers Involved in Fatal Crashes


Product ID: 811 661

This report documents current State blood alcohol concentration (BAC) testing and reporting practices and results for drivers involved in fatal crashes. It summarizes known BAC results by State for the years 1997 to 2009 for both fatally injured and surviving drivers. It provides an overview of State practices using information obtained from telephone discussions with all States and all NHTSA Regions. It documents case studies of 9 States (Alaska, Hawaii, Indiana, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and South Dakota), each of which has improved or maintained high rates of BAC testing and reporting. Successful BAC testing and reporting involves three components: high testing rates, accurate and complete reporting, and careful management. This can be accomplished through laws, policies, or practices. The process involves testing, reporting, tracking, and follow-up. The context involves education, training, and management. A summary presents good practices and strategies for States that wish to improve their BAC testing and reporting.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/811661.pdf


Sustained Impaired Driving Enforcement (Video)

Sustained Impaired Driving Enforcement (Video)


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The Visual Detection of DWI Motorists (Brochure)

The Visual Detection of DWI Motorists (Brochure)


Product ID: 808 677
This brochure provides law enforcement officers with information on detecting impaired motorists, articulating observed behaviors on arrest reports and ways to support officers' expert testimony. A compact DWI Detection Guide is provided, along with a summary of the research that led to the guide, explanations of the 24 driving cues and a description of post-stop cues that are predictive of DWI. Two color, 4" x 9", 20 pages.

https://www.nhtsa.gov/sites/nhtsa.dot.gov/files/808677.pdf

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Traffic Tech (402); An Evaluation of the Three Georgia DUI Courts

Traffic Tech (402); An Evaluation of the Three Georgia DUI Courts


Product ID: 7554

Traffic Tech: Breath Test Refusals and DWI Prosecution

Traffic Tech: Breath Test Refusals and DWI Prosecution


Product ID: 811 653

Transdermal Alcohol Monitoring: Case Studies

Transdermal Alcohol Monitoring: Case Studies


Product ID: 811 603

The objectives of this project were to determine how extensively transdermal alcohol-monitoring devices are used and to document examples of strong and innovative programs through case studies that can be used by agencies at the State and local levels considering the use of these devices to monitor offenders.

http://www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/nti/pdf/811603.pdf


Use of Warrants to Reduce Breath Test Refusals: Experiences From North Carolina

Use of Warrants to Reduce Breath Test Refusals: Experiences From North Carolina


Product ID: 811 461

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