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Dealing with Driving While Impaired DWI offenders in Canada : an inventory of procedures and programs : final report. Prepared for the Health Promotion Directorate as part of Canada's Drug Strategy.
C 28810 [electronic version only] /83 / IRRD E200951
Beirness, D.J. Mayhew, D.R. & Simpson, H.M.
Ottawa, Ontario, Traffic Injury Research Foundation of Canada TIRF, 1994, II + 128 + 6 p., 47 ref. - ISBN 0-662-22669-0

Samenvatting This report provides a comprehensive description of procedures and programs for dealing with driving while impaired (DWI) offenders in each province and territory in Canada. The need for such a report emerges from a recognition that: impaired drivers are an important target group for countermeasure development; there has been a proliferation of approaches and programs for dealing with DWI offenders in the past several years; and, a contemporary and comprehensive description of how each province/territory deals with DWI offenders is not currently available. Accordingly, in the interest of information sharing and to avoid unnecessary duplication of effort and cost in developing new programs, a report describing existing procedures and programs for DWI offenders in Canada as well as recommendations for enhancing current efforts is viewed as critical. This report fills this need and serves as a valuable resource for those jurisdictions interested in introducing new programs as well as for those interested in enhancing existing measures.
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