Operation Plan for Reducing DUI Incidents

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Abstract
This paper shall propose and operation plan for increasing DUI arrests by 20% over sixty days. It will present the two primary methods of impaired driver interdictions, the DUI check point and saturation patrols. Each method will be explained. The manpower requirements for each will be detailed and the advantages, disadvantages and constitutional implications of each will be reviewed. Finally a conclusion stating the diminishing returns of increased enforcement upon arrests rates due to the deterrence effect of enforcement blitzes.
Operation Plan for Reducing DUI Incidents
The toll created by drivers operating their vehicles while under the influence of alcohol on the nations highways is staggering. Nearly 17,000 people died in...
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