Alcohol Treatment & FAQ's

The Alcohol Treatment & FAQ area provides information on Alcohol Treatment, Alcohol Abuse, Alcohol Addiction, etc.  Because alcohol has historically been known to go hand in hand with police work, this page was put together to educate officers and their families who seek information on this subject.  Alcohol Treatment is available to almost all officers through their respective employers.
 
Alcoholism (faq) - Explains Alcoholism in detail with topics like craving, loss of control, physical dependence, tolerance, etc.  How to cure it, what can be done and what types of signs to look for.
 
Driving Drunk - Common questions on alcoholism and drunk driving situations.  Defines criminal drunk driving elements and lists several topics related to driving drunk and the law.
 
DUI - Penalties (mostly related to New Jersey), but gives general idea of laws pertaining to Driving Drunk.
 
Drunk Driving Facts - Drink and Driving research page.  A "Did you know?" type informational page listing facts on drunk driving dui and related.
 
Laws DUI - Penalties for drunk drivers are increasing rapidly. Even first time alcohol violations have been increased severely for alcohol related incidents.  Provides information on alcohol related penalties.


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Alcohol FAQ's - Learn the signs of alcoholism, effects of alcoholism and how you can treat it.
Common Questions - Learn how much alcohol is "too much" alcohol that can put you over the limit, alcohol blood tests and breath tests, etc.
Drinking and Driving - Summary: Driving drunk has stiff penalties. This example from New Jersey is just one example of how most states deal with the offense.
Alcohol Penalties - Summary: Penalties for drunk drivers are increasing rapidly. Even first time alcohol violations have been increased severely for alcohol related incidents.
DUI Laws - Probably one of the most common questions you get is in regards to DUI laws and what actually makes someone legally drunk to drive.
The Study - Taking some simple basic precautions could save your child's life.