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News Releases – Drunk Driving-Related Deaths Edge Higher But on Overall Decline

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PAUL — Attitudes toward drunk driving are changing for the better among Minnesotans as fewer DWIs and drunk driving-related deaths are occurring across the state. While overall numbers show positive change, the percentage of traffic deaths and injuries where alcohol plays a role is still much too high.

Please think about what you stand to lose if you choose to drive impaired and plan a sober ride. The number of lives lost has remained below since Encouraging Trend in DWI Arrests An increasing number of motorists are making smart choices behind the wheel with DWI arrests declining by 40 percent in the last 10 years. More DWI offenders are using the devices to safely drive on Minnesota roads. There were 25, impaired arrests in Minnesota last year.


To date, 71 percent resulted in convictions, but it is expected to increase to approximately 85 percent as cases are settled. Erica Bodell knows how important that is to keep Minnesotans safe. About the Minnesota Department Public Safety DPS comprises 11 divisions where 2, employees operate programs in the areas of law enforcement, crime victim assistance, traffic safety, alcohol and gambling, emergency communications, fire safety, pipeline safety, driver licensing, vehicle registration and emergency management.

DPS activity is anchored by three core principles: DPS-OTS also administers state funds for the motorcycle safety program and for the child seats for needy families program. A primary vision of the TZD program is to create a safe driving culture in Minnesota in which motorists support a goal of zero road fatalities by practicing and promoting safe and smart driving behavior.

TZD focuses on the application of four strategic areas to reduce crashes — education, enforcement, engineering, and emergency medical and trauma response. You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. Please enable scripts and reload this page. Turn on more accessible mode.

Turn off more accessible mode. Skip to main content. Repeat arrests for DWI are becoming less common. Among drivers getting their first DWI in21 percent recidivated within 48 months. For drivers with their first DWI inthe 48 month recidivism rate was 16 percent.

For drivers arrested for a second DWI violation inthe 48 month recidivism rate was 18 percent. Twenty-three percent of drivers arrested for their third DWI in recidivated within 48 months, compared to 14 percent for those with their third DWI violation in The number of interlock devices edy-rd has nearly doubled in the last three years, from 5, in to 9, in Since12, people eeg-rd graduated from the interlock program.


Rates lower than 60 percent: Cook 96Wilkin 93 and Watonwan 90 Eeg-rd and Ramsey Counties had conviction rates of 66 and 68 percent respectively.

Little Change in Alcohol Involvement in Traffic Fatalities and Injuries Indrunk driving-related deaths were 23 percent of all traffic fatalities. The 5-year average is edg-ed percent.

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Alcohol-related injuries were 7 percent of all traffic injuries last year. The 5-year average is 8 percent. Speak Up — Offer to be a designated driver or be available to pick up a loved one anytime, anywhere. Buckle up — the best defense against a drunk driver. Report drunk driving — call when witnessing impaired driving behavior.

Be prepared to provide location, license plate number and observed dangerous behavior. Law enforcement statewide vruk 13, citations for unsafe speeds and 1, seat belt citations during the extra speed enforcement campaign July 8 — Law enforcement handed out 7, seat belt and child restraint citations during the most recent Click It or Ticket extra enforcement campaign.

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