Female Impaired Drivers: Supervision and Treatment Strategies. Erin Holmes Research Scientist Traffic Injury Research Foundation MADCP Annual Conference March 11 th , 2014, Lansing MI. Overview. Project partners Background, purpose and methods Key findings
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Female Impaired Drivers: Supervision and Treatment Strategies
Traffic Injury Research Foundation
MADCP Annual Conference
March 11th, 2014, Lansing MI
Fill gaps in the literature;
Provide a more current, complete understanding of female drunk drivers;
Inform the development of effective programs and interventions.
Case studies conducted in four sites:
California (San Joaquin County)
Missouri (Greene County)
Michigan (Ottawa County)
Multi-faceted research design:
Interview focus groups with 154 first and repeat offenders.
Key informant interviews with 36 experienced practitioners.
Survey of 28 female offenders in California.
Data were used to identify lessons learned and to formulate recommendations to improve practice.