National Aggressive Driving Action Guide : a criminal justice approach.
C 26875 [electronic version only]
Washington, D.C., U.S. Department of Transportation DOT, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration NHTSA, 2001, III + 30 p.; DOT HS 809 351
|Samenvatting||On January 22-23, 1999, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) brought together an array of public safety, legal, adjudication, and community representatives to discuss ways to counter the pervasive problem of aggressive driving on our Nation's roadways. The symposium, Aggressive Driving and the Law: a Symposium, featured participation by transportation officials, district and State attorneys, district court judges, law enforcement administrators, emergency personnel, criminal defence attorneys, safety advocates and activists, researchers and government policy makers. Six topic areas framed participant discussions and recommendations developed in breakout sessions. These six categories were (I) Statutory Strategies, (II) Enforcement Strategies, (III) Applied Technology, (IV) Charging Decisions, (V) Sentencing Strategies, and (VI) Community Leadership. The Aggressive Driving Implementation Team, selected from symposium participants and formed to devise strategies for carrying out these recommendations, organised them into a National Aggressive Driving Action Guide. The Implementation Team's aggressive driving recommendations, collected under the six topic areas, make up the body of this Action Guide. (Author/publisher)|
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