Contemporary Issues in Crime and Justice Number 87 September 2005 Driving under the influence of cannabis : The problem and potential countermeasures

@inproceedings{Jones2005ContemporaryII,
  title={Contemporary Issues in Crime and Justice Number 87 September 2005 Driving under the influence of cannabis : The problem and potential countermeasures},
  author={Craig C. Jones and Neil J Donnelly and Wendy Swift and Don J Weatherburn},
  year={2005}
}
This bulletin assessed (a) whether recent drug-drivers were more likely to self-report accidents than non-intoxicated drivers; (b) the likely deterrent effect of roadside drug testing (RDT), increasing the severity of sanctions for drug-driving and providing factual information about accident risk associated with drug-driving; and (c) what factors were predictive of driving under the influence of cannabis (DUIC). Face-to-face structured interviews were conducted with 320 cannabis users in NSW… CONTINUE READING

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