LATEST RESEARCH ON OFFENDER EDUCATION
Urges You to Help Stop Underage Drinking
Maxwell, J. C. DUI Offenders: Who do we miss when we mandate to treatment? Research Scoiety on Alcoholism, 2012. View the poster.
Maxwell, J. C. Drunk versus drugged: How different are the drivers? Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 2011.
Maxwell, J. C. Drunk vs. Drugged Drivers. Injury Prevention Conference, 2011. View the poster.
Maxwell, J. C., Freeman, J., Davey, J. Beyond Sanctions: Is There a Need to Treatment First-Time DWI Offenders? International Council on Alcohol, Drugs & Taffic Safety, 2010. View the poster.
Maxwell, J. C. and Freeman, J. Women Who Come to Treatment as a Result of a DUI Offense, Research Society on Alcoholism and the International Council on Alcohol, Drugs & Traffic Safety, 2007 View the poster.
Maxwell, J.C., Freeman, J.E. & Davey, J.D. Young DUI Offenders Seen in Substance Abuse Treatment in Texas. Research Society on Alcoholism, 2008. View the poster.
Maxwell, J. C. (2006). Impaired Drivers at Admission to Substance Abuse Treatment, Research Society on Alcoholism. View the poster.
Maxwell, J.C., Freeman, J.E., & Davey, J.D. (2007). A Large Scale Study of the Characteristics of Impaired Drivers in Treatment in Texas. Journal of Addiction Medicine. 1, 4.
Maxwell, J.C. and Freeman, J. E. (2007). Gender Differences in DU I Offenders in Treatment in Texas Traffic Injury Prevention, 8, 1-8.
Maxwell, J.C., Freeman, J.E., & Davey, J.D. (2009). Too Young to Drink but Old Enough to Drive Under the Influence: A Study of Underage Offenders as Seen in Substance Abuse Treatment in Texas, Drug & Alcohol Dependence,104, 1-2, 107-112 .
Young DUI Offenders Seen in Substance Abuse Treatment. J.C. Maxwell, J. Freeman, J. Davey. Young Impaired Drivers: The Nature of the Problem and Possible Solutions: A Workshop - National Academy of Sciences Jonsson Conference Center, pp. 51-64.
The Global Road Safety Partnership has released a report that explores ways to develop coordinated and integrated programs to reduce drinking and driving. The report explores the problem assessment process and how to plan and implement an anti-drinking and driving program. It also covers plan development, provides examples of laws and the type of enforcement needed, reviews how to develop public education and publicity campaigns, and discusses how to evaluate a program.
Drinking Age to 18 Gets Consideration
Several states, including Florida, Wisconsin, Vermont and Missouri, have studied the idea of lowering the drinking age from 21 to 18, as some experts are suggesting.
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