Treatment of chronic drunk drivers : a four-year follow-up of the Turning Point project.
C 42420 [electronic version only] /83 /
Langworthy, R.H. & Latessa, E.J.
Journal of Criminal Justice, Vol. 24 (1996), No. 3, p. 273-281, 2 ref.
|Samenvatting||One current area of concern in the U.S. is how to deal with drunk drivers. This article presents results of an evaluation of Turning Point, a program designed to treat and educate chronic drunk drivers. The evaluation sought to determine whether Turning Point subjects performed better than other chronic drunk drivers after they were released from custody. The analysis concludes that Turning Point subjects were less likely to be arrested for new alcohol-related offences or for any other offence upon their release from custody. (Author/Publisher)|
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