Category Archives: underage drinking

Infographic: Prom and Underage Drinking

inno-admin/ April 24, 2019/ Drunk & Impaired Driving, infographic, prom, teen drinking, teen drunk driving, underage drinking, underage drunk driving/ 0 comments

Infographic: Prom and Underage Drinking Spring has arrived, the end of the school year is in sight, and prom festivities are taking place. These joy-filled celebrations too often include alcohol and the accompanying perils of underage drinking and driving. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), one in three alcohol-related teen traffic fatalities occurred during the prom season, from

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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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Fraternities Will Have to Ditch Hard Alcohol, Says NIC

inno-admin/ October 30, 2018/ alcohol ban, Alcohol Misuse & Abuse, alcohol-related death, college drinking, Legislation & Public Policy, Making a Difference, NIC, underage drinking/ 0 comments

Fraternities Will Have to Ditch Hard Alcohol, Says NIC 10 Arrested in Death of LSU Student After Fraternity Drinking Ritual South Carolina Frat Member Found Dead After St. Patrick’s Day Party, Died of Alcohol Poisoning Medical Examiner Rules Alcohol a Factor in Death of U of M Student Headlines like these are all too common in the world of college fraternities,

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Friends, Frats, & Freedom: A Recipe for College Binge Drinking

inno-admin/ August 23, 2018/ Alcohol Misuse & Abuse, college binge drinking, college drinking, college party, frat party, underage drinking/ 0 comments

Friends, Frats, & Freedom: A Recipe for College Binge Drinking College isn’t just eating pizza in dorm rooms, studying on the quad, and writing reports. Thanks to movies like Old School, Van Wilder, and Animal House, the word “college” is pretty much synonymous with “drinking.” But, college drinking extends past the occasional beer pong match and toga party. According to SAMHSA’s 2015 National Survey

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Summer DUIs: Drunk Driving Never Goes Into Vacation Mode

inno-admin/ May 24, 2018/ alcohol abuse, alcohol facts, alcohol-fueled offenses, Drunk & Impaired Driving, drunk driving, dui, holiday drinking, NHTSA, SAMHSA, Societal Costs, summer drinking, Uncategorized, underage drinking/ 0 comments

Summer DUIs: Drunk Driving Never Goes Into Vacation Mode Whether it’s backyard barbecues, boating on the lake, or catching a baseball game, summertime offers plenty of opportunities for people to socialize and spend more time outside. And for many, enjoying summer activities also means consuming alcohol. As a result, the summer months see a substantial increase in both alcohol-involved crashes

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The Sobering Statistics of Underage Drunk Driving

inno-admin/ February 8, 2018/ Drunk & Impaired Driving, drunk driving, teen drinking, teens and alcohol, underage drinking/ 0 comments

The Sobering Statistics of Underage Drunk Driving Drivers under the age of 21 represent about 10% of licensed drivers in the U.S. but are responsible for 17% of fatal alcohol-involved crashes. Those are some sobering statistics given that these drivers can’t even legally purchase alcohol. The Dangers of Underage Drinking & Driving According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse

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Drinking legally at 19? Wisconsin is considering it

inno-admin/ December 6, 2017/ alcohol abuse, Alcohol Misuse & Abuse, legislation, Legislation & Public Policy, madd, NHTSA, underage drinking/ 0 comments

Drinking legally at 19? Wisconsin is considering it Could lowering the legal drinking age reduce binge drinking among younger drinkers, particularly those in college? Three Wisconsin state legislators seem to think so. The proposed bill, sponsored by Republican representatives Adam Jarchow, Cindi Duchow, and Rob Swearingen would reduce the legal drinking age in Wisconsin to 19. By lowering the minimum

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Infographic: Drinking and DUIs During the Holidays

inno-admin/ November 13, 2017/ alcohol misuse, alcohol-fueled offenses, Blackout Wednesday, college drinking, Drunk & Impaired Driving, drunk driving, holiday drunk driving, impaired driving, Societal Costs, underage drinking/ 0 comments

Infographic: Drinking and DUIs During the Holidays The holidays are a season of traditions, many of which include family and friends, large meals, and fun parties. But there are some unwelcomed traditions that accompany this season as well—mainly binge drinking, drunk driving, and alcohol-related traffic deaths. It’s a sad fact that the holidays—Blackout Wednesday (Thanksgiving Eve) to New Year’s Day—are

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Infographic Uncovers Scary Truth of Halloween Drinking

inno-admin/ October 18, 2017/ alcohol misuse, alcohol-fueled offenses, Drunk & Impaired Driving, drunk driving, Halloween drinking, Halloween DUIs, impaired driving, NHTSA, Societal Costs, underage drinking/ 0 comments

Infographic Uncovers Scary Truth of Halloween Drinking Halloween is one of the scariest nights of the year, but for reasons that have nothing to do with ghosts, goblins, or witches. This year more than 61 million adults plan to attend or host a Halloween party, and many of those spooky celebrations will include alcohol. Across the country on All Hallows’ Eve, too many people are mixing their booze

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