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Back to Archives | July  2010 Contents

The simple reason that alcohol-impaired drivers continue to drink and drive is because they can. Approximately 75 percent of people with a suspended driver's license continue to drive, according to the Transportation Research Board. Although not the only solution, ignition interlocks represent a technology intervention that reduces recidivism on the part of the alcohol-impaired driver. See pages 24–27 for an article discussing ignition interlocks. Cover photo courtesy of Washington State Patrol media relations.
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Ignition Interlocks
By Brian A. Ursino
Officer Safety on Our Roadways: What the Numbers Say about Saving Lives
By Craig W. Floyd and Kevin P. Morison
The Smooth Operator Program: Combating Aggressive Driving in the Mid-Atlantic
By Howard B. Hall and Thomas J. Gianni
Automated Speed Enforcement on Arizona State Highways: A Second Look
By Jack Hegarty
Reducing On-Duty Collisions
By Larry Beechey
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