An experimental evaluation of a field sobriety test battery in the marine environment
E. Donald Sussman, Ann-Marie Needalman, Peter H. Mengert, United States. Coast Guard. Auxiliary, Boating, and Consumer Affairs Division
U.S. Coast Guard, Office of Navigation Safety and Waterway Services, Auxiliary, Boating and Consumer Affairs Division, 1990 - Sports & Recreation - 2 pages
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absolute deviation actual BAC Alphabet Recital approximately Arrest Error Rate BAC level BACs equal BACs greater BACs less Blood Alcohol Concentration boat operators boat testing boater BT3 results Burns and Moskowitz chemical test Convict Point conviction criteria correct decisions criteria for arrest dosing drink entire test battery estimated BACs estimates of BAC falsely arrested falsely released field sobriety testing Finger Count Finger to Nose greater than 0.10 Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus individual rater's estimates individuals with BACs instructed land testing law enforcement officers less than 0.10 marine environment marine law enforcement measured BACs milliliters Mix DK3 observation Obtain officer's on-land testing One-Leg Stand OUI Arrest Overall Arrest/Release Decision participation performance prior Rater recreational boating Release Index RTC Yorktown scenario scoring sheet Serve DK2 sobriety test battery subject's BAC subjects having BACs Team True Release U.S. Coast Guard Walk and Turn