Impaired Driving

Impaired Driving

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WHEREAS, despite the best efforts of law enforcement and educational authorities, impaired driving remains a leading cause of criminal death in many nations, and impaired drivers account for a significant percentage of traffic related fatalities, injuries and crashes; and

WHEREAS, a percentage of drivers consume alcohol and/or other drugs in an amount that will lead to some level of impairment; and

WHEREAS, science and technology continue to evolve at a rapid rate; and

WHEREAS, the principles exist in computer and electrical engineering to control automotive ignition systems in a programmable manner; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED, that the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) supports the continued development of technology to prevent a motor vehicle being put into motion by a driver who is impaired by alcohol or other drugs and/or a motor vehicle in motion to continue in motion if an impaired driver is detected

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