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MADD Calls for More Drunk Driving Prevention

March 11, 2005  | 

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) recently released a Law Enforcement Leadership Summit Report, which includes six recommendations for lowering the number of alcohol-related traffic deaths.

The recommendations include sobriety checkpoints, more training and resources for law enforcement, enhanced criminal justice system efficiency, and making prevention of drunk driving a key priority for law enforcement leaders.

MADD decided on the recommendations based on a conference that involved discussions with law enforcement about how to curb drinking and driving.

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