LD28_Ch5a - Palomar College Public Safety Training Center...

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Palomar College Public Safety Training Center Tra c Enforcement ( Domain 28, Version 4 ) Chapter 5: Driving Under the In uence ( Part 1 of 3 )
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OFFICER RESPONSIBILITIES Workbook Page 5 - 4
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Why is DUI enforcement important?
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Countless Lives Destroyed by DUI Drivers. ..
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California Law Enforcement O cers Killed On - Duty By DUI Drivers
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Importance of DUI Enforcement National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ( NHTSA ) estimates that approximately one - half of all fatal tra c accidents involve the use of alcohol and/or drugs .
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Alcohol - Related Collisions California Only ( SWITRS 2005 ) Number of Injury Collisions = 20,581 Number of Fatal Collisions = 1,387 Number of Persons Injured = 30,810 Number of Persons Killed = 1,574 Importance of DUI Enforcement
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Peace O cer Responsibility Peace o cers have a responsibility to stop any driver who is operating a vehicle in a manner that raises a doubt as to the driver s sobriety and ascertain the cause of the erratic driving, or other abnormal condition. O cers use reasonable suspicion to develop probable cause to arrest.
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POSSESSION Workbook Page 5 - 5
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De f nition: Possession Possession means within reach or under control. Items in a glove compartment or under a seat are considered in possession.
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109. Alcoholic beverage includes any liquid or solid material intended to be ingested by a person which contains ethanol, also known as ethyl alcohol , drinking alcohol, or alcohol. .. Vehicle Code Section 109 De f nition: Alcoholic Beverage
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23220. ( a ) No person shall drink any alcoholic beverage while driving a motor vehicle upon any highway or on any lands described in subdivision ( b ) . Vehicle Code Section 23220 ( a ) Drinking While Driving
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23221. ( a ) No driver shall drink any alcoholic beverage while in a motor vehicle upon a highway . ( b ) No passenger shall drink any alcoholic beverage while in a motor vehicle upon a highway . Exception : This section does not apply to passengers ( 21 and over ) in a bus, taxicab, limousine for hire, or living quarters of a housecar or camper. See Vehicle Code Section 23229 ( a ) . Vehicle Code Section 23221 Drinking in Motor Vehicle Upon Highway
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23223. ( a ) No driver shall have in his or her possession , while in a motor vehicle upon a highway or on lands, as described in subdivision ( b ) of Section 23220, any bottle, can, or other receptacle , containing any alcoholic beverage that has been opened , or a seal broken, or the contents of which have been partially removed. Vehicle Code Section 23223 ( a ) Possession of Open Container - Driver
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( b ) No passenger shall have in his or her possession , while in a motor vehicle upon a highway or on lands, as described in subdivision ( b ) of Section 23220, any bottle, can, or other receptacle containing any alcoholic beverage that has been opened or a seal broken, or the contents of which have been partially removed. Vehicle Code Section 23223
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