ASAP

Alcohol Safety Action Program

 

http://www.ichs.uaa.alaska.edu/research/reports/alc-sub_asap_1999.pdf

Also here!

“Jones and Joscelyn (1978) demonstrated that in their review of efficacy studies, there were not conclusive data to demonstrate definitive national success because of the ASAPs.”

 

“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)."