AAIM

 

Man Driver Must Drink 7 Drinks to Drive as Dangerously as a Sober Woman Driver

Update on the TRUTH: 

"The analysis by Connolly, Kimball, and Moulton (1989) mentioned above suggests that female drivers have both a higher overall crash risk and a higher alcohol-related fatal-crash risk. Combined data from FARS and the 1986 National Roadside Breathtesting Survey suggest that the relative fatal-crash risk of a female driver with a BAC of 0.10% or more could be of the order of 50% higher than it is for a male driver at the same BAC. Of course, estimates based on these two unmatched data sets are, as indicated above, are only very rough, but they are consistent with prior case-control studies (see Jones and Joscelyn 1978).

 

 

For proof that both MADD and AAIM are based on mass hysteria and no facts, see the more than 1,000 replies to the AOL forum or more than 600 answers on Yedda all of which suddenly came to a screeching halt the instant the spreaders of mass hysteria got a jolt of facts from the NHTSA database: women drivers are 50% more likely than men drivers to have a fatal accident, but men drivers with a BAC of 0.10 are only 30% more likely.

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FOUNDING:
The Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists (AAIM) is an independent non-profit organization founded in 1982 by families who had lost loved ones in drunk driving crashes. AAIM was Illinois' first citizen action group dedicated to the fight against driving under the influence.

ACHIEVEMENTS
Since 1982, AAIM has gained a high degree of credibility in the state's law enforcement, legislative and business circles. Their rational approach to legal reform has helped solve problems on Illinois' highways. According to former Governor Jim Edgar, "AAIM has been from the beginning one of the major supporters of our efforts to make our highways safer." He continues further by saying "what we have been able to achieve in Illinois has been a group effort. I can't think of any group that has contributed more in getting the drunk driver off our highways than AAIM."

AWARDS:
AAIM's leadership role and achievements are widely recognized. Awards include:

BOARD MEMBER ACTIVITIES:
AAIM board members held prestigious positions on many civic and governmental boards including the Illinois Drug Education Alliance, The Regional Prevention Group, the Coalition for Reform of DUI Laws, the National Safety Council, the Illinois Traffic Safety Leaders, and the IDOT DUI Advisory Council. Furthermore, board members are often called upon to speak at local, state and national conferences.

AAIM Board members have been written about in People Magazine, Reader's Digest, many newspapers, and have appeared on 20/20, Oprah, and various television talk shows and news reports.

 

 

 

NAPERVILLE TOPS POLICE DEPARTMENTS IN DUI ARRESTS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information
contact Charlene Chapman
at  847/240-0027  847/240-0027 .

NAPERVILLE TOPS POLICE DEPARTMENTS IN DUI ARRESTS

Schaumburg, June 27, 2006: Since 1990, the Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists (AAIM) has conducted an annual survey of Illinois police departments to determine how many DUI arrests they make and to give recognition to the most productive departments and police officers. Over 700 police agencies were surveyed with 57% responding. The most important deterrent to drunk driving is law enforcement. AAIM not only praises these departments and individual officers, but we also want to encourage them to keep up the fight against drunk driving and its paid off.

The Naperville Police Department has finished first in the state in DUI arrests among municipal departments with 717 arrests for 2005. (Because of its size, Chicago is in its own category.) Naperville has been a perennial top-ten police department in AAIM’s DUI ranking with being the top department the last three out of four years. According to Chief David Dial, impaired driving enforcement has been and continues to be a priority for the Naperville Police Department. “We have more people killed or injured in traffic accidents than all other crimes combined and it is a significant safety issue for Naperville and we will stay on top of it,” said Chief Dial.

In 2005, Rockford was second with 660 arrests, followed by Peoria (567), Waukegan (494), Springfield (492), Carol Stream (463), Buffalo Grove (441), Hanover Park (380), Hoffman Estates (378), Schaumburg (378) and Gurnee (367).

The highest DUI arrest rate in the state among departments making at least 100 arrests was Caseyville (near East St. Louis) which had 19.6 arrests per sworn officer. The second highest rate of 13.0 was in Creve Coeur (near Peoria). Arrests per officer is an indicator of a department’s emphasis on DUI enforcement.

Chicago Police Officer John Haleas was Illinois’ Top Cop with 374 DUI arrests making his career total over 1,000 DUI arrests. AAIM also commends the life-saving efforts of Chicago Police Officers Timothy Walter with 214 arrests and Albert Krueger with 188 arrests, also Springfield Police Officer David Dyer with 180 arrests. Illinois State Police Trooper Gregory Hart arrested 214 drunk drivers and Trooper Chad R. Martinez arrested 200. “When police chiefs make it a priority to get impaired drivers off the roads, lots of arrests are made. Each of these individual officers makes more DUI arrests per year than the majority of whole police departments in Illinois. These officers deserve recognition and thanks for their diligence in promoting public safety,” said Charlene Chapman, Executive Director.

In a familiar pattern, the regions of the state with the strongest DUI enforcement are DuPage Co., which accounts for nine of the state’s top departments and Lake Co., which accounts for seven departments. The Northwest suburbs account for nine of the state’s top departments (Hanover Park – 8th, Hoffman Estates – 9th , Schaumburg – 9th, Rolling Meadows – 12th, Park Ridge - 13th, Mt. Prospect – 31st, Arlington Heights - 35th, Palatine - 37th, Niles - 38th). There are five south suburban departments in the top (Chicago Heights – 15th, Orland Park - 21st, Aurora – 34th, Palos Heights - 40th, New Lenox - 42nd).

“More DUI arrests in the Northwest and south suburbs and in Will and Winnebego Counties don’t necessarily mean there are more drunk drivers in those regions than in the rest of the state,” said Chapman. “It does indicate a more active enforcement effort targeting DUI by those departments compared to other departments.”

The biggest increases in arrests among the top departments were in Skokie where DUI arrests jumped by 107% in 2005 compared to 2004, Evanston (54%), Carpentersville (53%), Palatine (46%), Bartlett (36%), and Champaign (35%). "It’s highly unlikely that such big increases in arrests indicate corresponding increases in impaired drivers on the roads in those towns; it just means more of them were being detected and arrested last year compared to previous years,” said Chapman, who has been conducting the annual survey for AAIM since 1990.

Chicago police made more arrests in 2005 (6,896) than in 2004 (6,755), while Illinois State Police increased arrests by 10% in 2005 (9,102) compared to 2004 (8,594). The sheriff’s department reporting the most DUI arrests was in Will County (436), while Winnebago (368), LaSalle (323), Lake (294) and Cook (276) Counties round out the top five sheriff departments.

AAIM is a citizen’s activist group founded in 1982 by victims of drunk driving. Prevention, victim advocacy, and legislation encompass the mission of AAIM. The survey provides a valuable service by encouraging citizens to compare the DUI enforcement record of their local police department with that of other communities. As a result, public pressure can be applied, where needed, to make DUI enforcement a priority.

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For a full list of Illinois departments click here

DEPARTMENT RANKING

Rank: 2005 DUI Arrests Municipality 2005 DUI Arrests Percent Change from 2004 to 2005 2004 DUI Arrests
1 Naperville 717 -22.6% 926
2 Rockford 660 -7.0% 710
3 Peoria 567 15.5% 491
4 Waukegan 494 -33.7% 745
5 Springfield 492 -13.2% 567
6 Carol Stream 463 19.9% 386
7 Buffalo Grove 441 -2.4% 452
8 Hanover Park 380 1.6% 374
9 Hoffman Estates 378 22.3% 309
10 Schaumburg 378 3.3% 366
11 Gurnee 367 -15.0% 432
12 Rolling Meadows 353 -2.5% 362
13 Park Ridge 335 22.3% 274
14 Downers Grove 334 -23.4% 436
15 Chicago Heights 317 -26.1% 429
16 Carpentersville 313 52.7% 205
17 Elgin 294 -14.8% 345
18 Lombard 284 11.4% 255
19 Mundelein 278 -23.6% 364
21 Orland Park 270 13.9% 237
20 Villa Park 270 -16.4% 323
22 Elmhurst 264 6.9% 247
23 Normal 263 -20.1% 329
24 Vernon Hills 254 8.5% 234
25 Bartlett 250 35.9% 184
26 Cary 249 -1.6% 253
27 Lake Zurich 248 -6.1% 264
28 Carbondale 245 -5.8% 260
29 Skokie 242 106.8% 117
30 Rock Island 238 -49.9% 475
31 Mt. Prospect 236 -23.9% 310
32 DeKalb 235 0.0% 235
34 Aurora 233 -0.4% 234
33 Wheaton 233 -0.9% 235
35 Arlington Heights 231 12.1% 206
36 Bloomingdale 229 8.5% 211
37 Palatine 228 46.2% 156
38 Niles 220 -24.4% 291
39 Grayslake 218 -6.4% 233
40 Palos Heights 214 5.9% 202
41 Glenview 212 12.2% 189
42 New Lenox 210 2.9% 204
43 Evanston 209 53.7% 136
44 Wheeling 205 -6.8% 220
45 Champaign 204 35.1% 151
47 Bloomington 201 -3.4% 208
46 Crystal Lake 201 -6.1% 214

 


 

 

ALCOHOL

  • One 12-ounce beer has as much alcohol as a shot of whiskey or a 5-ounce glass of wine

  • Nearly two-thirds of the students in Illinois reported use of alcohol over their lifetime.

  • Primary drug of choice for both whites and Hispanics in Illinois is alcohol. Whites accounted for 26,135 or 63% of alcohol admissions in Illinois treatment centers.

  • Among senior high school in Illinois, the use of alcohol had declined substantially, more among rural students.

  • Two out of three students cannot distinguish alcoholic beverages from non-alcoholic beverages.

  • Junior and senior high school students drink 1.1 billion cans of beer each year.

  • Seven million students are able to walk into stores and buy alcoholic beverages.

  • More than three million students drink alone; more than four million drink when they are upset and nearly three million drink because they are bored.

  • 66.6% of junior high students who drink alcohol carry a gun to school; 80.2% of high school students.

  • 52% of junior high students who drink alcohol take part in gang activities; 77.2% of high school students.

  • 51.6% of junior high students who drink alcohol think of suicide often, 73% of high school students.

  • 40.5% of junior high students who drink alcohol threaten to harm others, 69.5% of high school students

  • 47.2% of junior high students who drink alcohol get in trouble with the police, 75.3% of high school students.

  • There are approximately 1,030,000 Illinois adults with alcohol or other drug problems, 65% are in the workplace (based on average Illinois labor participation rate).

There is a direct correlation between the use of alcohol and:

Campus Violence
Campus Crime
Physical Injury
Poor Performance on Tests and Projects
Missed Classes
Academic Underachievement

 

Nationally, The Use Of Alcohol Is Involved In:
70% of all Murders
53% of Fire Deaths
70% of all Boating Accidents
50% of Rapes
66% of Fatal Accidents
45% of Drownings
65% of all Arrests
44% of Traffic Fatalities
60% of Sex Crimes Against Children
41% of Assaults
60% of Child Abuse Cases
37% of Suicides
   
Source: ILLCAAP, 1132 W. Jefferson, Springfield 62702 (217) 546-6871

 

 

 

2008 Municipalities by Arrest Rate (200+ Arrests)

Rank
Municipality
2008 DUI Arrests
2008 Sworn Officers
2008 DUI Arrest Rate (per officer)
1 Roscoe
263
20
13.15
2 Carol Stream
604
64
9.44
3 Itasca
217
25
8.68
4 Mundelein
434
54
8.04
5 Alton
384
65
5.91
6 Belvidere
257
44
5.84
7 Edwardsville
215
37
5.81
8 Roselle
205
36
5.69
9 Rolling Meadows
311
56
5.55
10 Bartlett
297
54
5.50
11 Rock Island
432
84
5.14
12 Hanover Park
243
52
4.67
12 Addison
336
72
4.67
13 Niles
284
61
4.66
14 Carpentersville
305
66
4.62
15 Buffalo Grove
323
71
4.55
16 Elmhurst
297
70
4.24
17 Glendale Heights
232
56
4.14
18 Decatur
648
164
3.95
19 Downers Grove
306
81
3.78
20 Wheeling
249
66
3.77
21 Lombard
267
73
3.66
22 Normal
281
78
3.60
23 Naperville
651
184
3.54
24 Hoffman Estates
330
102
3.24
25 Orland Park
291
90
3.23
26 Wheaton
226
71
3.18
27 Waukegan
438
157
2.79
28 Chicago Heights
206
74
2.78
29 Rockford
785
305
2.57
30 Mt. Prospect
207
86
2.41
31 Palatine
250
112
2.23
32 Arlington Hts.
240
113
2.12
33 Bolingbrook
257
122
2.11
34 Skokie
225
113
1.99
35 Schaumburg
260
131
1.98
35 Elgin
357
180
1.98
36 Des Plaines
203
103
1.97
37 Aurora
420
300
1.40
38 Peoria
344
249
1.38
39 Springfield
375
280
1.34




2008 County by Arrest Rate (200+ Arrests)

Rank
County
2008 DUI Arrests
2008 Sworn Officers
2008 DUI Arrest Rate
(per officer)
1 DeKalb
369
40
9.23
2 Boone
263
42
6.26
3 LaSalle
225
40
5.63
4 Macon
214
50
4.28
5 Champaign
214
56
3.82
6 St. Clair
284
75
3.79
7 Sangamon
287
76
3.78
8 McHenry
328
106
3.09
9 Winnebago
394
167
2.36
10 Lake
401
188
2.13
11 Will
322
248
1.30
12 Cook Cty
490
525
0.93
12 DuPage
323
392
0.82

 

 


 

 

ILLINOIS:

  • 604 people were killed in alcohol-related crashes, which was 45 percent of the 1,356 total crash fatalities.

  • Total alcohol-related crash fatalities decreased from 637 in 2003 to 604 in 2004.

  • More than 50,000 people of all ages were arrested for DUI.

  • More than 4,600 drivers under the age of 21 were arrested for DUI and more than 2,600 underage drivers violated the zero tolerance of alcohol law.

  • 83 percent of all drivers arrested for DUI are first offenders.



    NATIONAL:

  • 16,694 people were killed in alcohol-related crashes, which was 39% of the 42,636 total crash fatalities.

  • Total alcohol-related crash fatalities decreased 2.4% from 17,105 in 2003 to16,694 in 2004.

  • More than 1.4 million drivers of all ages were arrested for DUI.

  • Drivers with a BAC greater than .08 who were killed in crashes were 10 times as likely to have a prior conviction for driving while intoxicated.



    .08 ILLEGAL BAC LIMIT:

  • All states have .08 illegal BAC (blood alcohol concentration) laws. Illinois’ .08 BAC limit was signed into law July 2, 1997.

  • At .08, a driver is three times more likely to be involved in a car crash than a sober driver, and 11 times more likely to be killed in a single-vehicle crash.

  • To reach .08, a 170-lb. male would have to consume four or more drinks in a one-hour period on am empty stomach. A 137-lb. female would have to consume three drinks in one hour to reach .08. A drink is considered a 12-oz. beer, a 5-oz. glass of wine or a cocktail containing 1.5 ounces of 80-proof liquor.



    PROFILE OF AN ILLINOIS DRUNK DRIVER:

    The average DUI offender is:

  • Male (82 percent of those arrested are men)

  • Age 34 (60 percent of those arrested are under age 35)

  • Arrested between 11 p.m. and 4 a.m. on a weekend

  • Caught driving with an illegal BAC level of .16

  •  

     

     

    DUI COUNTS
    Please choose one of the following links:
    Chicago | Counties | Municipalities | State
    2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005
    2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001

    2008 STATE

    # Department DUI Count Sworn Officers DUI Arrest Rate
    (per officer)
    1 Illinois State Police
    9,702
    2,107
    4.60

    2008 CHICAGO

    # Department DUI Count Sworn Officers DUI Arrest Rate
    (per officer)
    1 Chicago Police
    5,262
    13,000
    0.40

    2008 IL SECRETARY OF STATE POLICE

    # Department DUI Count Sworn Officers DUI Arrest Rate
    (per officer)
    1 IL Secretary of State Police
    140
    56
    2.50


    2008 COUNTIES

    Rank
    County
    2008 DUI Arrests
    2008 Sworn Officers
    2008 DUI Arrest Rate
    (per officer)
    1 Cook Cty
    490
    525
    0.93
    2 Lake
    401
    188
    2.13
    3 Winnebago
    394
    167
    2.36
    4 DeKalb
    369
    40
    9.23
    5 McHenry
    328
    106
    3.09
    6 DuPage
    323
    392
    0.82
    7 Will
    322
    248
    1.30
    8 Sangamon
    287
    76
    3.78
    9 St. Clair
    284
    75
    3.79
    10 Boone
    263
    42
    6.26
    11 LaSalle
    225
    40
    5.63
    12 Champaign
    214
    56
    3.82
    12 Macon
    214
    50
    4.28
    13 Coles
    171
    21
    8.14
    14 McLean
    155
    55
    2.82
    15 Whiteside
    137
    23
    5.96
    16 Franklin
    121
    16
    7.56
    17 Bureau
    117
    20
    5.85
    18 Morgan
    114
    15
    7.60
    19 Kendall
    112
    53
    2.11
    20 Livingston
    102
    28
    3.64
    21 Peoria
    101
    65
    1.55
    21 Vermilion
    101
    36
    2.81
    22 Adams
    84
    27
    3.11
    23 Fulton
    77
    20
    3.85
    24 Kane
    75
    91
    0.82
    24 Stephenson
    75
    29
    2.59
    25 Logan
    74
    20
    3.70
    26 Grundy
    71
    30
    2.37
    27 Johnson
    67
    8
    8.38
    27 Pike
    67
    10
    6.70
    28 Mercer
    64
    15
    4.27
    29 Lee
    63
    20
    3.15
    29 Saline
    63
    13
    4.85
    30 DeWitt
    61
    15
    4.07
    31 Ogle
    60
    30
    2.00
    32 Jo Daviess
    54
    19
    2.84
    32 Richland
    54
    8
    6.75
    33 Jefferson
    53
    22
    2.41
    34 Kankakee
    51
    63
    0.81
    35 Clinton
    50
    16
    3.13
    36 Jackson
    49
    25
    1.96
    37 Woodford
    47
    26
    1.81
    38 Warren
    44
    11
    4.00
    39 Wayne
    42
    10
    4.20
    40 Cumberland
    40
    6
    6.67
    40 Mason
    40
    9
    4.44
    41 Christian
    37
    17
    2.18
    42 Knox
    35
    22
    1.59
    43 Jersey
    33
    14
    2.36
    44 Crawford
    32
    17
    1.88
    44 Marshall
    32
    8
    4.00
    45 Douglas
    30
    13
    2.31
    45 Moultrie
    30
    10
    3.00
    45 White
    30
    8
    3.75
    46 Piatt
    28
    11
    2.55
    47 Macoupin
    27
    45
    0.60
    48 Carroll
    26
    9
    2.89
    49 Fayette
    23
    11
    2.09
    49 Schuyler
    23
    9
    2.56
    50 Massac
    22
    13
    1.69
    51 Hancock
    20
    9
    2.22
    52 Ford
    19
    9
    2.11
    53 Clay
    14
    10
    1.40
    54 Greene
    13
    6
    2.17
    54 Putnam
    13
    7
    1.86
    55 Montgomery
    12
    14
    0.86
    56 Brown
    10
    8
    1.25
    57 Wabash
    7
    5
    1.40
    58 Stark
    4
    5
    0.80
    59 Scott
    3
    7
    0.43


    2008 MUNICIPALITIES

    Rank Municipality 2008 DUI Arrests 2008 Sworn Officers 2008 DUI Arrest Rate (per officer)
    1 Rockford
    785
    305
    2.57
    2 Naperville
    651
    184
    3.54
    3 Decatur
    648
    164
    3.95
    4 Carol Stream
    604
    64
    9.44
    5 Waukegan
    438
    157
    2.79
    6 Mundelein
    434
    54
    8.04
    7 Rock Island
    432
    84
    5.14
    8 Aurora
    420
    300
    1.40
    9 Alton
    384
    65
    5.91
    10 Springfield
    375
    280
    1.34
    11 Elgin
    357
    180
    1.98
    12 Peoria
    344
    249
    1.38
    13 Addison
    336
    72
    4.67
    14 Hoffman Estates
    330
    102
    3.24
    15 Buffalo Grove
    323
    71
    4.55
    16 Rolling Meadows
    311
    56
    5.55
    17 Downers Grove
    306
    81
    3.78
    18 Carpentersville
    305
    66
    4.62
    19 Bartlett
    297
    54
    5.50
    19 Elmhurst
    297
    70
    4.24
    20 Orland Park
    291
    90
    3.23
    21 Niles
    284
    61
    4.66
    22 Normal
    281
    78
    3.60
    23 Lombard
    267
    73
    3.66
    24 Roscoe
    263
    20
    13.15
    25 Schaumburg
    260
    131
    1.98
    26 Belvidere
    257
    44
    5.84
    26 Bolingbrook
    257
    122
    2.11
    27 Palatine
    250
    112
    2.23
    28 Wheeling
    249
    66
    3.77
    29 Hanover Park
    243
    52
    4.67
    30 Arlington Hts.
    240
    113
    2.12
    31 Glendale Heights
    232
    56
    4.14
    32 Wheaton
    226
    71
    3.18
    33 Skokie
    225
    113
    1.99
    34 Itasca
    217
    25
    8.68
    35 Edwardsville
    215
    37
    5.81
    36 Mt. Prospect
    207
    86
    2.41
    37 Chicago Heights
    206
    74
    2.78
    38 Roselle
    205
    36
    5.69
    39 Des Plaines
    203
    103
    1.97
    40 Quincy
    196
    76
    2.58
    41 Bloomingdale
    195
    49
    3.98
    42 Ottawa
    190
    36
    5.28
    42 Wauconda
    190
    25
    7.60
    43 Villa Park
    189
    40
    4.73
    44 West Chicago
    186
    50
    3.72
    45 DeKalb
    184
    60
    3.07
    46 Pekin
    182
    56
    3.25
    47 Loves Park
    178
    34
    5.24
    47 River Grove
    178
    24
    7.42
    48 Joliet
    177
    302
    0.59
    48 Moline
    177
    83
    2.13
    49 Carbondale
    173
    52
    3.33
    50 Oakbrook Terrace
    172
    22
    7.82
    50 Wood Dale
    172
    34
    5.06
    51 New Lenox
    170
    40
    4.25
    51 North Aurora
    170
    30
    5.67
    52 Oak Lawn
    169
    103
    1.64
    53 Lake Zurich
    166
    34
    4.88
    53 Vernon Hills
    166
    47
    3.53
    54 Streamwood
    165
    59
    2.80
    55 O'Fallon
    158
    45
    3.51
    56 Palos Heights
    156
    27
    5.78
    57 Gurnee
    155
    62
    2.50
    58 Champaign
    149
    125
    1.19
    58 Collinsville
    149
    45
    3.31
    59 Crystal Lake
    147
    60
    2.45
    60 St. Charles
    145
    54
    2.69
    61 Rantoul
    144
    31
    4.65
    62 Plainfield
    141
    55
    2.56
    63 East Moline
    140
    40
    3.50
    64 Highland Park
    138
    60
    2.30
    65 Grayslake
    136
    35
    3.89
    66 Barrington
    133
    32
    4.16
    67 Mokena
    132
    34
    3.88
    67 Riverside
    132
    18
    7.33
    68 Galesburg
    128
    53
    2.42
    69 Urbana
    127
    55
    2.31
    70 Evanston
    126
    164
    0.77
    71 Hinsdale
    124
    28
    4.43
    71 Mt. Carmel
    124
    13
    9.54
    72 Bloomington
    123
    50
    2.46
    73 Romeoville
    121
    68
    1.78
    74 Columbia
    119
    14
    8.50
    75 Cicero
    117
    146
    0.80
    75 Metropolis
    117
    17
    6.88
    75 Peru
    117
    26
    4.50
    76 Oak Brook
    114
    43
    2.65
    77 Antioch
    112
    28
    4.00
    77 Creve Coeur
    112
    6
    18.67
    78 Dixon
    111
    29
    3.83
    79 Rosemont
    110
    73
    1.51
    80 Oswego
    109
    51
    2.14
    81 Fairview Heights
    108
    41
    2.63
    82 McHenry
    107
    46
    2.33
    82 Robinson
    107
    19
    5.63
    83 Lisle
    106
    44
    2.41
    84 Glen Ellyn
    104
    41
    2.54
    84 Lake in the Hills
    104
    40
    2.60
    85 Centralia
    103
    27
    3.81
    86 Elmwood Park
    102
    34
    3.00
    86 Spring Grove
    102
    12
    8.50
    87 Elk Grove Village
    101
    96
    1.05
    87 Westmont
    101
    40
    2.53
    88 Algonquin
    99
    50
    1.98
    89 Island Lake
    95
    23
    4.13
    90 Warrenville
    93
    32
    2.91
    91 Darien
    92
    37
    2.49
    91 Zion
    92
    48
    1.92
    92 Round Lake Beach
    90
    43
    2.09
    93 Schiller Park
    88
    33
    2.67
    94 Frankfort
    87
    31
    2.81
    94 Jerseyville
    87
    14
    6.21
    94 Northbrook
    87
    66
    1.32
    94 Park Ridge
    87
    59
    1.47
    95 Swansea
    86
    22
    3.91
    95 Willow Springs
    86
    25
    3.44
    96 Cahokia
    85
    36
    2.36
    96 South Elgin
    85
    32
    2.66
    97 River Forest
    84
    31
    2.71
    98 Oak Forest
    83
    42
    1.98
    98 Wilmette
    83
    45
    1.84
    99 Bradley
    82
    30
    2.73
    99 Fox Lake
    82
    26
    3.15
    100 Macomb
    81
    30
    2.70
    100 Woodridge
    81
    56
    1.45
    101 Rockton
    80
    16
    5.00
    101 Sterling
    80
    30
    2.67
    102 Freeport
    79
    57
    1.39
    102 Lincolnshire
    79
    25
    3.16
    103 Geneva
    76
    36
    2.11
    104 East Dubuque
    75
    7
    10.71
    105 East Alton
    74
    12
    6.17
    105 Morton Grove
    74
    46
    1.61
    105 Tinley Park
    74
    78
    0.95
    106 Granite City
    71
    57
    1.25
    107 Caseyville
    70
    11
    6.36
    107 Midlothian
    70
    40
    1.75
    108 Bellwood
    69
    39
    1.77
    108 Lake Forest
    69
    43
    1.60
    109 Lindenhurst
    67
    16
    4.19
    110 Harvard
    66
    21
    3.14
    110 Kewanee
    66
    27
    2.44
    111 Burr Ridge
    64
    29
    2.21
    111 Morton
    64
    22
    2.91
    111 Washington
    64
    30
    2.13
    112 Batavia
    62
    45
    1.38
    112 Harwood Heights
    62
    25
    2.48
    113 Brookfield
    60
    33
    1.82
    114 DuQuoin
    59
    11
    5.36
    114 LaSalle
    59
    24
    2.46
    115 Bethalto
    58
    17
    3.41
    115 Rochelle
    58
    21
    2.76
    116 Jerome
    57
    10
    5.70
    116 Morris
    57
    25
    2.28
    116 Willowbrook
    57
    25
    2.28
    117 Canton
    56
    24
    2.33
    117 Fox River Grove
    56
    13
    4.31
    118 Johnsburg
    55
    10
    5.50
    119 Huntley
    53
    29
    1.83
    119 Oak Park
    53
    116
    0.46
    120 Justice
    52
    26
    2.00
    120 Wood River
    52
    19
    2.74
    121 Burbank
    51
    53
    0.96
    121 Hillside
    51
    29
    1.76
    121 Libertyville
    51
    42
    1.21
    121 Mattoon
    51
    41
    1.24
    122 Bourbonnais
    50
    22
    2.27
    122 Geneseo
    50
    13
    3.85
    122 Maryville
    50
    13
    3.85
    122 Round Lake Park
    50
    15
    3.33
    123 Lemont
    49
    34
    1.44
    124 Deerfield
    48
    39
    1.23
    124 Sycamore
    48
    30
    1.60
    125 Gilberts
    47
    17
    2.76
    125 Matteson
    47
    36
    1.31
    125 Richmond
    47
    17
    2.76
    125 Woodstock
    47
    39
    1.21
    126 Bridgeview
    46
    50
    0.92
    126 Vandalia
    46
    13
    3.54
    126 Yorkville
    46
    30
    1.53
    127 Marengo
    45
    17
    2.65
    127 New Athens
    45
    7
    6.43
    127 Sauget
    45
    14
    3.21
    128 Bensenville
    44
    34
    1.29
    128 Channahon
    44
    25
    1.76
    129 Flossmoor
    43
    19
    2.26
    129 Hinckley
    43
    6
    7.17
    129 Rock Falls
    43
    18
    2.39
    129 Spring Valley
    43
    16
    2.69
    130 Barrington Hills
    42
    20
    2.10
    130 Franklin Park
    42
    50
    0.84
    130 Lyons
    42
    30
    1.40
    130 Westchester
    42
    34
    1.24
    131 Park Forest
    41
    42
    0.98
    132 Northfield
    40
    20
    2.00
    132 Olney
    40
    13
    3.08
    132 Riverwoods
    40
    13
    3.08
    132 Shorewood
    40
    27
    1.48
    133 Southern View
    39
    10
    3.90
    134 Chatham
    38
    15
    2.53
    134 Hawthorn Woods
    38
    10
    3.80
    135 East Hazel Crest
    37
    12
    3.08
    135 Forest Park
    37
    36
    1.03
    136 Hillsboro
    36
    8
    4.50
    136 Summit
    36
    26
    1.38
    136 Wonder Lake
    36
    12
    3.00
    137 Effingham
    35
    22
    1.59
    137 South Barrington
    35
    21
    1.67
    138 Clarendon Hills
    34
    15
    2.27
    138 Elburn
    34
    12
    2.83
    138 Gibson City
    34
    9
    3.78
    138 Norridge
    34
    37
    0.92
    138 Oregon
    34
    9
    3.78
    138 Pana
    34
    9
    3.78
    138 West Dundee
    34
    20
    1.70
    139 Calumet City
    33
    97
    0.34
    139 Lockport
    33
    22
    1.50
    139 Mahomet
    33
    9
    3.67
    139 Posen
    33
    13
    2.54
    139 Roxana
    33
    5
    6.60
    139 Sugar Grove
    33
    15
    2.20
    140 Galena
    32
    10
    3.20
    140 Murphysboro
    32
    15
    2.13
    141 Worth
    31
    25
    1.24
    142 Burnham
    30
    10
    3.00
    142 Chenoa
    30
    7
    4.29
    142 Highwood
    30
    13
    2.31
    142 Sparta
    30
    12
    2.50
    143 Clinton
    29
    12
    2.42
    143 East Dundee
    29
    14
    2.07
    143 Minooka
    29
    21
    1.38
    143 Vienna
    29
    6
    4.83
    144 Dupo
    28
    18
    1.56
    144 Palos Hills
    28
    33
    0.85
    144 Sherman
    28
    8
    3.50
    145 Lakemoor
    27
    11
    2.45
    145 Marissa
    27
    7
    3.86
    145 Watseka
    27
    10
    2.70
    145 Western Springs
    27
    21
    1.29
    146 Byron
    26
    7
    3.71
    146 Calumet Park
    26
    21
    1.24
    146 Homewood
    26
    38
    0.68
    146 Lincolnwood
    26
    33
    0.79
    147 Genoa
    25
    9
    2.78
    147 Lake Villa
    25
    24
    1.04
    147 Nokomis
    25
    5
    5.00
    147 Richton Park
    25
    26
    0.96
    148 Maywood
    24
    74
    0.32
    148 Mt. Zion
    24
    10
    2.40
    148 Palos Park
    24
    27
    0.89
    148 Sesser
    24
    4
    6.00
    148 West City
    24
    6
    4.00
    149 Crete
    23
    24
    0.96
    149 Flora
    23
    11
    2.09
    149 LaGrange
    23
    28
    0.82
    149 Northlake
    23
    41
    0.56
    149 Olympia Fields
    23
    19
    1.21
    149 Silvis
    23
    14
    1.64
    149 Winnetka
    23
    28
    0.82
    150 Braidwood
    22
    10
    2.20
    151 Countryside
    21
    26
    0.81
    151 Manteno
    21
    17
    1.24
    151 Paxton
    21
    10
    2.10
    152 Carmi
    20
    9
    2.22
    152 LeLand Grove
    20
    11
    1.82
    152 North Riverside
    20
    28
    0.71
    153 Havana
    19
    7
    2.71
    153 Hickory Hills
    19
    29
    0.66
    153 Kenilworth
    19
    11
    1.73
    153 Knoxville
    19
    11
    1.73
    153 Lansing
    19
    55
    0.35
    153 South Roxana
    19
    5
    3.80
    154 LaGrange Park
    18
    24
    0.75
    154 Madison
    18
    12
    1.50
    154 Red Bud
    18
    8
    2.25
    154 Round Lake Heights
    18
    11
    1.64
    154 Whitehall
    18
    8
    2.25
    154 Winfield
    18
    20
    0.90
    155 Coal Valley
    17
    7
    2.43
    155 Cortland
    17
    7
    2.43
    155 Oblong
    17
    2
    8.50
    155 Park City
    17
    17
    1.00
    156 Beecher
    16
    14
    1.14
    156 Hodgkins
    16
    23
    0.70
    156 Mr. Sterling
    16
    6
    2.67
    156 Savanna
    16
    8
    2.00
    157 Brooklyn
    15
    8
    1.88
    157 Freeburg
    15
    13
    1.15
    157 Warren
    15
    7
    2.14
    158 Jacksonville
    14
    40
    0.35
    159 Salem
    13
    14
    0.93
    159 Winnebago
    13
    7
    1.86
    160 Carlinville
    12
    27
    0.44
    160 Hartford
    12
    7
    1.71
    160 Heyworth
    12
    8
    1.50
    161 Benld
    11
    7
    1.57
    161 Fairbury
    11
    8
    1.38
    161 Farmington
    11
    12
    0.92
    161 Oglesby
    11
    9
    1.22
    161 Peotone
    11
    20
    0.55
    161 South Jacksonville
    11
    11
    1.00
    162 Deer Creek
    10
    12
    0.83
    162 DeSoto
    10
    7
    1.43
    162 Energy
    10
    16
    0.63
    162 Hoopeston
    10
    11
    0.91
    163 Brighton
    9
    4
    2.25
    163 Greenville
    9
    13
    0.69
    163 McCullom Lake
    9
    4
    2.25
    163 Metamora
    9
    5
    1.80
    163 Wilmington
    9
    15
    0.60
    164 Hometown
    8
    19
    0.42
    164 South Chicago Heights
    8
    20
    0.40
    164 Tolono
    8
    10
    0.80
    165 Bannockburn
    7
    7
    1.00
    165 Bartonville
    7
    12
    0.58
    165 Coal City
    7
    12
    0.58
    165 Dolton
    7
    48
    0.15
    165 Okawville
    7
    5
    1.40
    165 Roodhouse
    7
    10
    0.70
    166 Berkeley
    6
    19
    0.32
    166 Eureka
    6
    10
    0.60
    166 Fairfield
    6
    13
    0.46
    166 Mt. Carroll
    6
    5
    1.20
    167 Arthur
    5
    8
    0.63
    167 Carthage
    5
    6
    0.83
    167 Grant Park
    5
    13
    0.38
    167 Petersburg
    5
    8
    0.63
    167 South Holland
    5
    44
    0.11
    167 Steeleville
    5
    5
    1.00
    168 Delavan
    4
    6
    0.67
    168 Herscher
    4
    12
    0.33
    168 Mounds
    4
    6
    0.67
    168 Rushville
    4
    12
    0.33
    169 Gifford
    3
    5
    0.60
    169 Gilman
    3
    3
    1.00
    169 Hamilton
    3
    4
    0.75
    169 Prairie Grove
    3
    11
    0.27
    169 Wayne
    3
    5
    0.60
    170 Albers
    2
    6
    0.33
    170 Cordova
    2
    2
    1.00
    170 Lakewood
    2
    11
    0.18
    170 Milledgeville
    2
    9
    0.22
    170 Oakwood Hills
    2
    13
    0.15
    170 Rockdale
    2
    9
    0.22
    170 Seneca
    2
    13
    0.15
    171 Catlin
    1
    12
    0.08
    171 Golf
    1
    14
    0.07
    171 Holiday Hills
    1
    2
    0.50
    172 Stone Park
    0
    15
    0.00
    172 Thomson
    0
    10
    0.00