Screening and Brief Intervention for the Reduction of Alcohol-Impaired Driving: Overview and References

Margaux Verjus (Editor)

Series: Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement and Corrections
BISAC: SOC030000



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Only a small fraction of the impaired drivers who are at risk for alcohol-impaired-driving crashes are arrested. These include drivers who drink regularly or occasionally to intoxication before they drive. Researchers have estimated the probability of being arrested while driving while intoxicated (DWI) with a blood alcohol concentration at or above .10 g/dL to be about 1 in 200. A similar study reported that only 23% of alcohol-positive drivers admitted to trauma units and emergency departments following crashes are convicted of DWI.

This book provides an overview of the use of Screening and Brief Intervention (SBI) as a countermeasure for those who have displayed, or could potentially display, harmful/hazardous drinking behaviors, including drinking and driving. This book endeavors to acquaint the highway safety community with an overview of the development of SBI, the context in which SBI is employed, the efficacy and limitations of this approach, and the policy implications for traffic safety. (Imprint: Novinka )


Alcohol and Highway Safety: Screening and Brief Intervention For Alcohol Problems as a Community Approach to Improving Traffic Safety
(John Higgins-Biddle, Joan Dilonardo, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration)

Identification and Referral of Impaired Drivers Through Emergency Department Protocols
(J. Runge, H. Garrison, W. Hall, A. Waller, G. Shen, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration)

Alcohol Screening and Brief Intervention (SBI): COT Quick Guide
(Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)

Screening and Brief Intervention Tool Kit for College and University Campuses
(Ann Quinn-Zobeck)


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