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Alcohol interlock programs : data management system implementation

Author: Robyn D Robertson; Erin A Holmes; Ward Vanlaar; Traffic Injury Research Foundation of Canada,
Publisher: Ottawa, Ontario : Traffic Injury Research Foundation, Ottawa, Ontario : Canadian Electronic Library, 2013. 2013.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : [DesLibris e-book]View all editions and formats
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An automated alcohol ignition interlock program reporting system serves to automate routine tasks relating to the management of interlocked offenders. Jurisdictions can benefit from such an automated system, particularly if a potentially large number of offenders are expected to participate in the interlock program now or in the future. For example, a jurisdiction may consider developing an automated system if first  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robyn D Robertson; Erin A Holmes; Ward Vanlaar; Traffic Injury Research Foundation of Canada,
OCLC Number: 1059196373
Notes: "March 2013."
Description: 1 online resource (v, 31 pages)
Contents: Acknowledgements --
Introduction --
Plan development --
System components --
Essential system requirements --
Vendor interactions --
Conclusions --
Appendix A. Reporting samples --
Appendix B. South Carolina's automated data management system --
Appendix C. Automated data management system implementation checklist --
Appendix D. Standardized form considerations.
Responsibility: authors, Robyn D. Robertson, Erin A. Holmes, Ward G.M. Vanlaar.
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An automated alcohol ignition interlock program reporting system serves to automate routine tasks relating to the management of interlocked offenders. Jurisdictions can benefit from such an automated system, particularly if a potentially large number of offenders are expected to participate in the interlock program now or in the future. For example, a jurisdiction may consider developing an automated system if first offender legislation is passed and program participation numbers are expected to increase as was the case in Illinois. Failure to automate and continued reliance on paper-based reporting systems can lead to offenders slipping through gaps in the system or being overlooked as a result of lack of staff, weak communication channels, and untimely exchange of information between various agencies.

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