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107395

Predicting Driving Under the Influence DUI recidivism. Volume 1: blood alcohol concentration and driver record factors.
C 28746 [electronic version only] /83 /
Marowitz, L.A.
Sacramento, CA, California Department of Motor Vehicles DMV, Division of Program and Policy Administration, Research and Development Section, 1996, XV + 72 p., 37 ref.; CAL-DMV-RSS-96-162

Samenvatting This study has several purposes and goals, which are: a) to determine if Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) measured at arrest could, along with other driving history and demographic factors, contribute significantly to the prediction of driving under the influence (DUI) recidivism; b) to statistically identify measurable factors predicting DUI recidivism which could be used in determining appropriate judicial and administrative sanctions and countermeasures for DUI offenders; c) to statistically identify DUI convictees at high risk recidivate, relative to DUI convictees as a whole and relative to the rate of DUI convictions among the general driving population. DUI convictees have often been viewed as a basically homogeneous group. The identification of subgroups based on the probability of recidivism would change that view. The predicted probability of recidivism for a DUI convictee also provides an index of safety risk, since recidivists are known to have elevated accident risk levels. (Author/publisher)
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