Written primarily for alcohol a other drug prevention coordinators at postsecondary institutions a for other campus administrators who are interested in implementing, improving, or expanding impaired driving prevention programs. Presents detailed descriptions of potentially effective approaches to preventing impaired driving: increasing general awareness, alternative transportation programs, responsible beverage service programs, deterrence strategies for preventing alcohol-impaired driving, a calling for public action. Risk assessment form. Resource section.I was driving slow. It was the breath test I had a problem with. Cops took me in. aquot;I lost my license. I a#39;m off the team. Everybody a#39;$ all over me. I wish I a#39;d thought of this before, aquot; Closing graphic: aquot;You a#39;re not as cool as you think when you drink.
|Title||:||Preventing Alcohol-Related Problems on Campus|
|Author||:||William De Jong|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1996-11-01|