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... 2 The effective management, tracking, and linking of traffic records data are critical to addressing traffic safety. These data can be used to identify emerging trends in traffic crashes and unsafe driver behavior, to evaluate the effects of changing policies on judicial outcomes, and to improve countermeasure development and evaluation.
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... Background 3   be "high risk," such as reckless driving, speeding, DUI/DUI drugs, and distracted driving. For example, drivers with prior DUI convictions are overrepresented in fatal crashes and have a greater relative risk of involvement in a fatal crash.
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... 4 Strategies to Improve State Traffic Citation and Adjudication Outcomes Objectives There were several key objectives to this research. The project documented processes, challenges, and strategies related to the tracking of citation and adjudication data to support the development of a toolkit with suggestions and strategies for improvement of these processes.

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