Partners in Progress: Impaired Driving Goals and Strategies for 2005 : February 21-22, 1995, Washington, D.C. : Summary of Proceedings
DIANE Publishing, 1995 - Drinking and traffic accidents - 123 pages
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1995 Recommendations 400 7th Street 5130 Washington Action or Consideration Administrative License Revocation agencies Alcohol Beverage Alcohol Beverage Control alcohol-related crashes American American Automobile Association American Beverage Institute arrest BAC limit behavior Bob McFadden coalitions countermeasures courts Develop Director drinking and driving driver's license Drunk Driving DUI offenders effective efforts employers Encourage evaluate February 16 federal funding graduated licensing highway safety Highway Traffic Safety identify impact impaired driving implement increase Info II involved Jim Hall John Carpenter John Cullerton law enforcement legislation mandatory Media campaigns messages Mothers Against Drunk motor vehicle National Highway Traffic NHTSA NW Washington Office of Alcohol participants partnerships percent PI&E police problem Programs National Highway Promote Recommendations for National Recommendations for Regional records repeat offenders sanctions sobriety checkpoints strategies Suite Traffic Safety Administration traffic safety programs treatment programs Workshop youth zero-tolerance
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Page 87 - National Head Injury Foundation 1776 Massachusetts Ave.. NW. Suite 100, Washington. DC 20036 (202) 296-6443 National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 400 7th Street, SW Washington.
Page 55 - Recommendation 9.6. States should eliminate programs that permit drivers arrested for DUI to avoid losing their licenses by entering a treatment or education program. Any treatment or education program should be in addition to the loss of license. Entering such programs could help shorten the suspension period or be made a condition of relicensure, but should not result in the DUI arrest not appearing on the driver's record.
Page 54 - Recommendation 9.2. States should treat driving while a license is suspended, revoked, or otherwise invalid because of a DUI or a related offense (such as a refusal to take a breath test) as a very serious offense. This area needs major attention.
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Page 28 - Define and develop a range of sanction alternatives. • Develop a system for monitoring the implementation of sentences. • Develop a mechanism for evaluating the effectiveness of sanctions issued. • Maintain an ongoing system to ensure accountability of both judges and prosecutors. • Develop an efficient and self-sustaining funding system. « Ensure that information is available at the time of disposition, including prescreening results, and assure that victims
Page 60 - Recommendation 9.24. The use of new technology should be pursued and supported by the Federal Government. This includes installing equipment that can interpret smart licenses and ignition interlocks in all new vehicles. The Intelligent Transportation System now being developed should be analyzed to determine how it can be used to detect and prevent impaired and unauthorized drivers from operating a vehicle.
Page 22 - Enactment of an administrative zero-tolerance law in each of the states and territories. Provisions in each state and territory that would provide for the impoundment/seizure of vehicles being operated by persons under administrative suspension for violating the zero-tolerance law. Enactment of Use It/Lose It statutes that would result in the loss of driving privileges for any violation of a state's or territory's alcohol or other drug statutes. Development of a point-of-sale program consisting of...