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Citizen Reporting of DUI–"Extra Eyes" to Identify Impaired Driving

@inproceedings{KelleyBaker2006CitizenRO,
  title={Citizen Reporting of DUI–"Extra Eyes" to Identify Impaired Driving},
  author={Tara Kelley-Baker and John Hubert Lacey and Katharine Brainard and Hillary Kirk and Eileen P. Taylor},
  year={2006}
}
The concept of citizen reporting of impaired driving has been in place for decades in the United States but has not been carefully evaluated as a separate countermeasure. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has taken the initiative to look more closely at a citizen reporting program to assess whether such programs are potentially effective in helping to reduce impaired driving. Montgomery County, Maryland, has created a highly focused variant of the citizen report concept… 
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