Characteristics of DUI offenders convicted in wet, dry, and moist counties.
I E136827 /83 / ITRD E136827
Webster, J.M. Pimentel, J.H. & Clark, D.B.
Accident Analysis & Prevention. 2008 /05. 40(3) Pp976-982 (24 Refs.)
|Samenvatting||Although several studies have examined the effectiveness of local alcohol sales policies on reducing the incidence of driving under the influence (DUI), less is known about whether characteristics of DUI offenders convicted in alcohol-restricted areas differ from those convicted in areas where alcohol is more readily available. A total of 21,647 DUI assessment records were divided into four groups based on the alcohol sales policy of the county of conviction and were compared. DUI offenders convicted in counties that limit or ban the sale of alcohol were more likely to be male, have more drug problems, meet DSM-IV-TR substance abuse or dependence criteria, and have multiple DUI convictions. Implications for practitioners and policy makers are discussed. (A) Reprinted with permission from Elsevier.|
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