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1 DUI Treatment Program Services 1

2 History of DUI Treatment Services In 1978 the California Legislature mandated development of programs that would be designed to: reduce the high level of recidivism of individuals arrested, convicted of driving-under-the-influence (DUI); endangering public safety by individuals consuming alcohol and drugs/and driving on California streets and highways. For over 26 years the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has conducted annual outcome studies on the effectiveness of the California DUI treatment system in reducing recidivism. 2 The 2014 report from the DMV states that recidivism rates has declined by 50% for 1 st and 2 nd Offenders over the last 22 years.

3 History of DUI Treatment Services 3 The legislature passed Senate Bill 38 creating a postconviction program and assigned the Department of Alcohol & Drug Programs responsibility for developing regulations based on state law, i.e of the California Health and Safety Code, and of the California Vehicle Codes. The initial focus of the legislature was on alcohol related offenses. Over the past thirty-six (36) years, program services have evolved to focus on any type of DUI offenses, i.e. alcohol, prescription, and/or illegal drugs.

4 4 DUI Programs Effectiveness # of Crash involved per 100 Drivers % effect difference in failure rates # of DUI incidentinvolved % effect difference in failure rate Year Sanction Group Sample Size 7/2008-6/2009 No Program % % (Follow up - 1 year DUI Program # of Crash involved per 100 Drivers % effect difference in failure rates # of DUI incidentinvolved % effect difference in failure rate Year Sanction Group Sample Size 2010 No Program Follow up 1 year DUI Program # of Crash involved per 100 Drivers % effect difference in failure rates # of DUI incidentinvolved % effect difference in failure rate Year Sanction Group Sample Size 2011 No Program Follow up 1 year DUI Program In contrast to the past 8 years, the results show that assignment to a DUI program is statistically significantly associated with the 1 year subsequent crash rates of alcohol-or drug reckless offenders arrested in The offenders assigned to a DUI program show a 17.2% lower crash rate than those not assigned to the program. Their crash rate (3.28 per 100 drivers) is slightly lower this year when compared to last year s evaluation (3.47 per 100 drivers).

5 5 Subsequent DUI Convictions At the end of 18 years, 43% of 3 rd or more offenders have reoffended, compared to 35% of 2 nd Offenders and 29% of first offenders

6 6 Dui Statistics Statewide California State-Wide Arrests from 2006 to 2012 DUI arrest rate per 100,000 licensed drivers: decline of 5.3% in 2012 difference of 8.6% from 2011

7 7 Statewide DUI Arrests DUI Arrests decreased by 4.1% in 2012, after decreasing by 8.0% in 2011 DUI arrest rate per 100 licensed drivers was 0.7% in 2012; slightly lower than 0.89% in 2010 & 2011 Percentage of DUI arrests that were felonies (involving bodily injury or death) increased from 2.6% in 2011 to 2.9% in Felony DUI arrests continue to constitute a relatively small percentage of all DUI arrests

8 8 Statewide DUI Arrests The median age of a DUI arrestee in 2012 was 30 years 73.1% were age 40 or younger 1% of all DUI arrests involved juveniles (under age 18) (Age 18 or under - 0.5% in 2011, to 0.4 in 2012) 21 of age decreased from 7.8% in 2011 to 7.2% in % of all arrestees were over age 60

9 9 Statewide DUI Arrests Males comprised 76.5% of all 2012 DUI Arrests Females has risen from 10.6% in 1989 to 23.5% in 2012 Ethnic Groups: Hispanics (44.1% DUI Arrestees) Whites (38.6% DUI Arrestees) Others (9% DUI Arrestees) Blacks (8.3% DUI Arrestees)

10 DUI Arrests Contra Costa County 10 Contra Costa County Arrests from 2009 to Contra Costa County DUI Arrests Compared 2010 & % Less Arrests Compared 2011 & % Less Arrests The 2012 DUI arrests rate per 100 licensed drivers in Contra Costa County

11 11 Subsequent Crashes The *2014 report from the DMV states that crash-involved has declined by 52.8% in 1 st Offenders and 57.5% for 2 nd Offenders over the last 22 years in California Contra Costa County declined 0.5% for 1 st Offenders and 1.6% declined for 2 nd Offenders when compared to 2010 & 2011 *DMV report is 2 years behind

12 The DUI Treatment Services Today 12 The DUI programs are licensed by the Department of Health Care Services to provide a less intensive level of outpatient alcohol and other drug treatment services focused on improving public health and safety by reducing and/or eliminating additional DUI offenses. These services consist of education classes (prevention); individual and group counseling sessions (intervention); and in some counties individual client involvement in self-help programs to facilitate ongoing recovery from the abuse of alcohol and drugs.

13 The DUI Treatment Services Today 13 Consistent with state regulations DUI treatment is provided by alcohol and other drug counselors certified under Chapter 8, Division 4, Title 9, California Code of Regulations. DUI treatment programs collaborate with the Courts and the Department of Motor Vehicles to ensure compliance with their summary or formal probation requirements and prepare clients to regain their driver s license by successfully completing their DUI treatment program.

14 The DUI Treatment Services Today 14 DUI program fees are approved and controlled by the Department of Health Care Services and DUI Programs are by law, limited to earning a maximum 10% profit/surplus of total DUI revenue. California s DUI treatment system is one hundred percent (100%) self-funded by program fees paid by the client The DUI treatment programs collect participant fees for providing program services plus fees to reimburse the State and County for their monitoring and compliance auditing services as required by state law.

15 15 DUI Program Services The DUI programs primary goal is to assist participants to explore their relationships with alcohol/drugs and the inherent risks involved The desired result is modified drinking and/or drug use in high-risk situations such as driving DUI programs provide counseling and education to assist in reducing the recidivism rate of DUI offenders

16 16 Program Activity Structures Wet Reckless Program: Blood Alcohol Content under hours of education 3-Month First Offender Program 37.5% Education, 62.5% Counseling Blood Alcohol Content.08 and above 12 Hours of education 10 Hours of group counseling 3 individual sessions (face-to-face) Eight additional hours of program services, consisting of educational sessions, group counseling sessions, or a combination of the two

17 17 Program Activity Structures 6-Month First Offender Program % Education, 73.3% Counseling Blood Alcohol Content hours of education 28 hours of group counseling Minimum of 4 individual sessions Four additional hours of program services, consisting of educational sessions, group counseling sessions, face-to-face interviews or a combination of the three

18 18 Program Activity Structures 9-Month First Offender Program -19.1% education, 80.9% counseling Blood Alcohol Content.20 and above 12 hours of education 44 hours of group counseling Minimum of 5 individual sessions Four additional hours of program services, consisting of educational sessions, group counseling sessions, face-toface interviews or a combination of the three

19 19 Program Activity Structures 18-Month Multiple Offender Program 15.4% Education, 84.6% Counseling 2 or more DUI s in a 10 year period The first 12 months of the 18 month program: 12 hours of education 52 hours of group counseling 1 individual session every other week The last 6 months of the 18-Month program includes up to 6 hours of services 30-Month Multiple Offender Program -7.9% education, 92.1% counseling 3 or more DUI Offenses in a 10 year period Not available in San Mateo County

20 Statewide Program Completion Rate The average DUI program completion rate across the state for all program over the past 11 years was 81.5%. 20

21 21 DUI Statistics Statewide The State Justice Department reported in 1/1/2014: California Population in 2013 was 37,691,912 DUI Arrests was 214,828 = % of California population (Not all DUI Arrests are convicted) Contra Costa County had 3263 DUI Convictions in 2011 compared to 2010, which convicted 3243 cases

22 22 Alcohol Related Crashes Of the total number of crash fatalities, the percentage of alcohol-involved fatalities increased from 38.5% in 2011 to 39.0% in 2012, after declining for 3 consecutive years. The percentage of drug-involved fatalities increased from 25.0% to 27.3% during the same period. 10.5% of crash injuries in 2012 were alcohol-involved, relatively unchanged from 10.6% in 2011.

23 23 Alcohol Related Crashes 40.8% of alcohol and drug-involved drivers do not have a record of any conviction in connection with their involvement in a fatal/injury crash. In 44.4% of these non-convicted cases, the crash report indicated that the drivers had been drinking and that their ability was impaired Drugs involved crash fatalities increased substantially, by 15.4%, in 2012, after an increase of 1.9% in 2011, which is an increase of 28.0% in the past decade. Alcohol-Involved crash fatalities increased slightly by 7.3% in 2012, following an increase of 1.6% in The last 2 years of increases followed 4 consecutive years (from ) of declines in the number of alcohol-involved crash fatalities.

24 24 Alcohol Related Crashes Majorities of drug-involved and drug and alcohol-involved drivers in fatal/injury crashes are not convicted for DUI associated with the crash and do not have a prior DUI or alcohol and drug-related reckless driving conviction within 10 years on their records About three-fourth (75.9%) of drivers in alcohol and drug involved fatal crashes had no prior DUI or alcohol or drugrelated driving conviction. In contrast, almost two-third (63.2%) of drivers in alcohol and drug involved injury crashes had at least one prior DUI or alcohol or drug-related reckless driving conviction.

25 DUI Statistics Statewide/Contra Costa County 25

26 26 DUI Conviction Data For Under ALCOHOL VIOLATION TO Under ALCOHOL VIOLATION TO Court Location MISD FELONY 21 DUI RECKLESS CONVICTIONS Court Location MISD FELONY 21 DUI RECKLESS CONVICTIONS Contra Costa County Wide Contra Costa County Wide Martinez Court Martinez Court Concord Court Concord Court Richmond Court Richmond Court Pittsburg Court Pittsburg Court Walnut Creek Court Walnut Creek Court Totals Totals The data reflects that it takes 181 days from the DUI arrest date to the court conviction date; a decrease of 5 days less from 2010 data

27 27 Court Ordered to DUI Programs 90.7% of First Offenders were assigned by courts to DUI Programs, along with 88.0% of second offenders, 76.2% of third offenders, and 40.8% of fourth-or more DUI offenders. By statute, DUI offenders must complete specified DUI programs (Blood Alcohol Content determined which program length to complete) in order to be eligible for license reinstatement.

28 28 DUI Convictions in 2011 for Contra Costa County 2011 Sanctions #DUI Totals Probation Jail % FOP DUI Programs MOP DUI Programs Contra Costa 1st % 87.5% 18.8% 6.3% County Wide 2nd % 66.7% 0.0% 20.0% 3rd % 14.3% 0.0% 0.0% 4th % 68.8% 0.0% 15.6% Totals % 67.1% 4.3% 12.9% Martinez Court 1st % 7.1% 7.1% 0.0% 2nd 1 0.0% 100.0% 100.0% 0.0% Totals % 13.3% 13.3% 0.0% Concord Court 1st % 29.4% 17.6% 5.9% 2nd % 100.0% 0.0% 66.7% 4th 1 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% Totals % 42.9% 14.3% 14.3% Richmond Court 1st % 95.3% 86.2% 2.8% 2nd % 98.6% 8.8% 72.8% 3rd % 100.0% 2.4% 47.6% 4th % 100.0% 0.0% 54.5% Totals % 96.5% 60.9% 23.1% Pittsburg Court 1st % 96.1% 92.4% 1.5% 2nd % 98.3% 6.8% 88.0% 3rd % 100.0% 0.0% 90.3% 4th % 100.0% 0.0% 64.7% Totals % 96.9% 64.4% 29.1% Walnut Creek Court 1st % 93.5% 92.1% 240.0% 2nd % 97.7% 5.9% 90.5% 3rd % 97.5% 1.3% 93.7% 4th % 100.0% 0.0% 72.0% Totals % 94.6% 69.2% 25.3%

29 29 BAC Counts The median blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of a convicted DUI offender, as reported by law enforcement on Administrative Per Se (APS) forms, was 0.15% in 2010, same as in the last 6 years, yet almost double the California illegal per se BAC limit of 0.98%

30 30 Facts on Alcohol Consumption In 2012: 87.6% of people ages 18 or older reported that they drank alcohol at some point in their lifetime; 71% reported that they drank in the past year; 56.3% reported that they drank in the past month. 24.6% of people age 18 or order reported that they engaged in binge drinking in the past month-(pattern of drinking that brings BAC level to 0.08) 7.1% reported that they engaged in heavy drinking in the past month (5 or more drinks on the same occasion on each of 5 or more days) 10,322 deaths (31%) of overall driving fatalities were related to Alcohol-impaired driving) Nearly 88,999 people (approximately 62,000 men & 26,000 female) die from alcohol related causes annually, making it the 3 rd leading preventable cause of death in the United States.

31 31 DUI Programs are: DUI Program Summary Alcohol and drug outpatient treatment and education services; 1st stage treatment program; primary gate keeper Intervention; Continuum of care; Totally self-funded; Effective at reducing recidivism; and Protect public safety The offenders assigned to a DUI program show a 17.2% lower crash rate than those not assigned to the program.

32 Contra Costa County DUI Summary 32 Statewide DUI Arrests decreased by 4.1% in 2012; Contra Costa County DUI arrests are down 2% Contra Costa County declined 0.5% for 1 st Offenders and 1.6% declined for 2 nd Offenders when compared to 2010 & 2011 Statewide takes 72 days from arrest date to conviction dates; Contra Costa County takes 181 days from arrest date to conviction date 7 less crashes/fatalities in Contra Costa County in 2011 compared to 2010

33 33 Presentation Resources Health and Safety Code Section State Justice Department Alcohol Alert Drunk Driving Statistics 2014 Annual Report of the California DUI Management Information System Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration National Institute on Alcohol Abuse & Alcoholism Department of Health Care Services (Driving-Under-the Influence Program Branch

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