Category Archives: continuous alcohol monitoring

Survey Shows Americans Favor Alternative Ways to Combat Drunk Driving

inno-admin/ May 9, 2019/ .05 BAC, alcohol-impaired driving, Alternative Strategies, continuous alcohol monitoring, Drunk & Impaired Driving, drunk driving research, ignition interlock, Legislation & Public Policy, National Safety Council, National Transportation Safety Board, NHTSA, sobriety checkpoints, traffic safety/ 0 comments

Survey Shows Americans Favor Alternative Ways to Combat Drunk Driving In recent years, progress on reducing the number of drunk driving deaths has seemingly stalled. Alcohol-impaired driving consistently accounts for approximately a third of all traffic fatalities. In 2017 that translated to 10,874 fatalities from crashes involving drivers with a BAC of .08 or higher.  While there is no silver bullet

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Alcohol & Drunk Driving Trends: A 2018 Retrospective

inno-admin/ January 15, 2019/ alcohol monitoring programs, alcohol trends, continuous alcohol monitoring, Drunk & Impaired Driving, drunk driving trends, General, legislation, underage drinking/ 0 comments

Alcohol & Drunk Driving Trends: A 2018 Retrospective In the spirit of the new year ahead, we have decided to look back at some of the 2018 trends surrounding drunk driving, alcohol addiction, and criminal justice. Problem Drinking & Driving It’s no secret that impaired driving is a widespread issue, but drinking and driving in certain age groups has its own set

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Super Bowl LII: Game Planning for a Sober Ride Home

inno-admin/ January 30, 2018/ CDC, continuous alcohol monitoring, Drunk & Impaired Driving, drunk driving, dui, Football and drinking, impaired driving, National Football League, NHTSA, Societal Costs, Super Bowl LII, Super Bowl Sunday/ 0 comments

Super Bowl LII: Game Planning for a Sober Ride Home On February 4, more than 66,200 people will converge on U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota to witness the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots battle for the title of World Champions. Millions more will be watching on TV. According to Nielsen, 111.3 million people watched Super Bowl LI

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Judge John S. Kennedy Leaves Behind a Legacy in York County, PA

inno-admin/ January 22, 2018/ 24/7 Sobriety, Alcohol Misuse & Abuse, continuous alcohol monitoring, drunk driving, dui, dui tactics, DWI & Specialty Courts, Monitoring & Technology, recidivism/ 0 comments

Judge John S. Kennedy Leaves Behind a Legacy in York County, PA After serving 22 years on the bench, the Honorable John S. Kennedy has called it a career. Though he may have stepped down as Common Pleas Judge for Pennsylvania’s 19th Judicial District, he’s leaving behind a legacy—one of changed lives. Shortly after beginning his judicial career, Kennedy attended

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New Kentucky Program Seeks to Curb Repeat DUI Offenses

inno-admin/ November 21, 2017/ 24/7 Sobriety, 24/7 Sobriety Programs, continuous alcohol monitoring, drunk driving, dui tactics, First-time DUI Offenders, Monitoring & Technology/ 0 comments

New Kentucky Program Seeks to Curb Repeat DUI Offenses Since 2011, Jefferson County—home of Louisville, Kentucky’s largest city—has averaged 4,260 DUI charges annually. In 2016 alone, Jefferson District Court saw a total of 2,383 DUIs, of which, 22% were repeat offenses. This summer, the county implemented its Continuous Alcohol Monitoring Program (CAMP), which seeks to save lives and reduce recidivism

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