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|Title:||The effect on reconviction of an intervention for drink-driving offenders in the community.|
|Citation:||INT J OFFENDER THER COMP CRIMINOL, 2012, 56 (4), pp. 525-538|
|Abstract:||This study reports an evaluation of the Drink-Impaired Drivers program in the English and Welsh probation service. Participants were adult male offenders who had been convicted of a drink-driving offence and were serving community sentences. The 1-year drink-drive reconviction rates were compared for offenders who completed the program, offenders who started but did not complete the program, and a comparison group who were not allocated to the program. At 1-year follow-up, there was no reconviction among offenders who had completed the program. Multivariate analysis showed that the noncompleters had a significantly higher rate of reconviction than the completers and comparison group.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, School of Psychology|
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