Random breath testing in Australia: getting it to work according to specifications.

@article{Homel1993RandomBT,
  title={Random breath testing in Australia: getting it to work according to specifications.},
  author={Ross J. Homel},
  journal={Addiction},
  year={1993},
  volume={88 Suppl},
  pages={27S-33S}
}
After reading the deterrence literature, particularly the work of H. Laurence Ross, I concluded in the late 1970's that many road accidents could be prevented through the wholehearted implementation of random breath testing (RBT). RBT is a system of drink-drive law enforcement which aims to increase the perceived likelihood of apprehension through the use of mass breath testing techniques at roadblocks which are highly visible, are unpredictable in their locations and give the impression of… CONTINUE READING