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Predicting DUI recidivism

Leonard A. Marowitz

Predicting DUI recidivism

by Leonard A. Marowitz

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Published by Research and Development Section, Division of Program and Policy Administration, California Dept. of Motor Vehicles in [Sacramento, Calif.?] .
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    Subjects:
  • Drunk driving -- California,
  • Recidivism -- California

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Leonard A. Marowitz.
    ContributionsCalifornia. Dept. of Motor Vehicles. Research and Development Section.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22954508M
    OCLC/WorldCa36287934

    T1 - Predicting DUI recidivism. T2 - Personality, attitudinal, and behavioral risk factors. AU - Schell, Terry L. AU - Chan, Kitty S. AU - Morral, Andrew R. PY - /3/ Y1 - /3/ N2 - Aims: To predict DUI recidivism using personality, attitudinal, and behavioral factors. Design: We conducted cross-sectional analyses of survey data. Predicting DUI Recidivism: Personality, Attitudinal, and Behavioral Risk Factors. This article reports on a study undertaken to predict DUI recidivism using personality, attitudinal, and behavioral factors. The authors conducted cross-sectional analyses of survey data. Covariance structure modeling was used to identify unique predictors of.

    The DUI recidivism literature abounds with the identification of individual characteristics that predict recidivism status. Taking account of the characteristics of individual offenders requires a multi-faceted approach that obtains information on the demographic, behavioral, and criminal history profiles of DUI offenders. Previous. Research shows that the breath test results recorded on interlocks predict future recidivism (Marques et al. ). Therefore, this objective record of drinking may be used to measure problem drinking status and provide a means for tailoring treatment to individual offenders and for improving the overall efficiency of mandated treatment.

    In addition to the lighter judicial and legislative sanctions afforded those offenders apprehended for a “first” offense, a closer look at recidivism rates of DUI offenders with nominally 1, 2, or even 3 or more documented arrests is warranted because, in reality, such drivers may in fact have regularly engaged in drinking and driving.   Conducted by the Preusser Research Group, the study, Comparative Study and Evaluation of SCRAM Use, Recidivism Rates, and Characteristics, looked at more than 3, DUI offenders in Wisconsin and.


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Predicting DUI recidivism by Leonard A. Marowitz Download PDF EPUB FB2

PREDICTING DUI RECIDIVISM: VOL. 1 PREFACE This report is the first volume of a two volume report entitled Predicting DUI Recidivism. The report is issued as an internal monograph of the Department of Motor Vehicles' Research and Development Section.

The opinions, findings, and conclusions expressed. Accid Anal Prev. Jul;30(4) Predicting DUI recidivism: blood alcohol concentration and driver record factors. Marowitz LA(1). Author information: (1)Department of Motor Vehicles, Research and Development Section, Sacramento, CAUSA.

[email protected], This study examined the relationship between blood alcohol concentration (BAC) at arrest, driving history and other Cited by: Predicting DUI recidivism. [Sacramento, Calif.?]: Research and Development Section, Division of Program and Policy Administration, California Dept.

of Motor Vehicles, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors. The probability of DUI recidivism predicted by a simple model using BAC, prior 2-year traffic convictions, and offender level (first or repeat offender) could be used along with other factors by presentence investigators, judges or in administrative settings to determine appropriate sanctions, treatment or other remedial by: Predicting DUI recidivism: Personality, attitudinal, and behavioral risk factors Author links open overlay panel Terry L.

Schell a Kitty S. Chan b Andrew R. Morral c Show moreCited by: PREDICTING DUI RECIDIVISM: BLOOD ALCOHOL CONCENTRATION AND DRIVER RECORD FACTORS. This study examined the relationship between blood alcohol concentration (BAC) at arrest, driving history, and other demographic factors, and the 1-year post-arrest probability of recidivism for drunk driving (DUI) convictees.

The DRI contains indicators of both drug use risk and stress risk and represent potentially important predictors of short-term DUI recidivism. DUI offenders are a heterogeneous group with whom the use of simplified techniques to predict recidivism will produce inaccurate results (Nochajski and Stasiewicz, ).

Assessing the capacity of the. In this study, as in several others (Beerman et al.,Donovan et al.,Perrine et al., ), prior driving record, severity of alcohol problems and age constitute the strongest correlates of DUI recidivism, although the overall strength of the prediction was relatively modest.

Journals & Books; Help Download PDF Download. Share. Export. Advanced. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. VolumeIssues 2–3, 15 JanuaryPages Predicting DUI recidivism of male drunken driving: A prospective study of. There is a correlation between repeat DUI offenders and alcohol abuse. This correlation has been established by various studies over the past several decades.

There has also been evidence of how DUI Courts are more effective at lowering recidivism rates. Back inthe National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) had gathered data and estimated.

Robert J Craig and Dimitri Dres (). Predicting DUI recidivism with the MMPI. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 6(2) COMPARATIVE AND JOINT PREDICTION OF DUI RECIDIVISM FROM ALCOHOL IGNITION INTERLOCK AND DRIVER RECORDS. This research evaluates the interlock record as a predictor of future driving-under-the-influence (DUI) offenses relative to driver records and self-report items.

Subjects were 2, DUI offenders who used an interlock to gain full. AIMS: To predict DUI recidivism using personality, attitudinal, and behavioral factors. DESIGN: The authors conducted cross-sectional analyses of survey data. Covariance structure modeling was used to identify unique predictors of driving after drinking (DAD), alcohol consumption, and Cited by: Because repeat DUI offenders pose a significant threat to themselves and the community, researchers have sought to gain a better understanding of the factors that contribute to DUI recidivism.

Numerous studies have compared first time and repeat DUI offenders with the goal of identifying the characteristics of offenders at risk for reoffending. Book. Full-text available. Oct ; Objective: The current study utilized a multi-risk factor model to predict recidivism among first-time DUI offenders enrolled in an intervention program.

Predicting DUI recidivism: personality, attitudinal, and behavioral risk factors. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. ; 82 (1)– Shaffer HJ, Nelson SE, LaPlante DA, LaBrie RA, Albanese MJ, Caro G.

The epidemiology of psychiatric disorders among repeat DUI offenders accepting a treatment sentencing option. Portman M, Penttilä A, Haukka J, Eriksson P, Alho H, Kuoppasalmi K. Predicting DUI recidivism of male drunken driving: A prospective study of the impact of alcohol markers and previous drunken driving.

Drug and Alcohol Dependence. ; – Sharma D, Albery IP, Cook C. Selective attentional bias to alcohol related stimuli in problem. The significant interactions between punishment and previous DWI behavior in predicting later DWI behavior, however, suggest that serving time in jail reduces the likelihood of DWI recidivism.

Our study found that punishment exerts a greater effect on subsequent DWI behavior than perceived enforcement. Predicting DUI Recidivism Following an Alcohol Safety Action Program. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation: Vol. 32, No.pp. Kuoppasalmi K. Predicting DUI recidivism of male drunken.

driving: The book focuses on the analytical methods used to detect alcohol in blood and urine, the limitations of alcohol. PDF | Efforts were made to examine drinking-driving recidivism in relation to arrest context and subsequent case disposition.

Three specific hypotheses | Find, read and cite all the research.Request PDF | Predicting DUI recidivism of male drunken driving: A prospective study of the impact of alcohol markers and previous drunken driving | The aim of the present study was to determine.Predicting Repeat DWI: Chronic Offending, Risk Assessment, and Community Supervision Executive Summary Between andnearlyindividuals were killed in alcohol-related traffic accidents.

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