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I am a college student, that is wanting to know: What we can be done to keep people from driving drunk?
Caleb
03/31/2006
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END GUEST HOST SESSION - Thank you for participating in OVC's Web Forum Guest Host Series. We hope this discussion will help you better serve crime victims. Please continue to discuss this and other topics...
OVCRC
12/22/2005
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If we really want to get serious about road safety, I think we need to focus on public transportation infrastructure, and access to drug and alcohol treatment for those in need. Ordinary driver fatigue als...
Howard
12/22/2005
arrow icon I would like to identify three key topics you discuss: Under...
John Evans
12/22/2005
arrow icon In my town (Anchorage, AK) many of our bars offer to pay a p...
Randi - RRC AK
12/22/2005
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What is the most beneficial form of support intervention in the immediate aftermath of a death from drunk driving for families and then long term?
Barb Skud
12/22/2005
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John Evans
12/22/2005
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We are looking for helpful and free brochures and/or handouts that might be to give to victim's. Any thought's?
Tara
12/22/2005
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John Evans
12/27/2005
arrow icon MADD provides free supportive literature to victims of impai...
John Evans
12/22/2005
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I am in charge of hosting a town hall meeting in March about preventing underage drinking. I believe that in order for the meeting to be effective at all then we need to get the youth involved. How do you ...
Randi
12/22/2005
arrow icon Town Hall Meetings can be a very effective way to get commun...
John Evans
12/22/2005
arrow icon What a wonderful idea. Our organization MINNESOTANS FOR SAFE...
Sharon Gehrman
12/22/2005
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Chuck Hurley
12/22/2005
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When we review child deaths due to MVA, most are classified preventable injuries(accidents). However if the driver was inebriated or reckless, the death may then be reclassified as a homicide and prosecuti...
Jim Carpenter
12/22/2005
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Chuck Hurley
12/22/2005
arrow icon We at MADD never view drunk driving crashes as accidents. I...
John Evans
12/22/2005
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Randi - RRC AK
12/22/2005
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#1 What free video resources do you recommend for use with juvenile delinquent youth. #2 Please discuss the statistical outcomes of programs you see that use victim impact panels and those that don't.
Mike Berry
12/22/2005
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John Evans
12/22/2005
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Chuck Hurley
12/22/2005
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My biggest struggle with coordinating Drunk Driving Impact Panels is getting speakers interested in presenting. We have done a variety of media segments, but are still in need of successful marketing ideas...
RJC Coordinator
12/22/2005
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Marti
12/22/2005
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John Evans
12/22/2005
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START GUEST HOST SESSION - The Office for Victims of Crime is pleased to welcome John Evans to the OVC Web Forum. Mr. Evans is available to answer your questions on assisting victims of drunk driving. Spec...
OVCRC
12/22/2005
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John Evans
12/22/2005
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