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329511

Developing global strategies for identifying, prosecuting, and treating drug-impaired drivers : symposium report.
20100310 ST [electronic version only]
Walsh, J.M. Cangianelli, L.A. & Park, N.-H. (eds.)
Bethesda, MD, The Walsh Group, 2004, 58 p.

Samenvatting The Counterdrug Technology Assessment Center (CTAC) at the Office of National Drug Control Policy sponsored a two-day Symposium entitled 'Developing global strategies for identifying, prosecuting, and treating drug-impaired drivers' in Tampa, FL February 23-24, 2004. Nearly 125 international experts in drugged-driving from 14 nations gathered to discuss how available technology for drug-detection can be used with DUI laws to support strategies to reduce drugged-driving, and to develop a better understanding of the current problems with identifying, prosecuting, and treating drugged-drivers. (Author/publisher)
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