Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction
Policy Brief

Mandatory Alcohol Screening [Policy Brief]

Examines mandatory alcohol screening, a Canadian law that gives police authority to demand a breath test in the absence of a suspicion that the driver has consumed alcohol. Mandatory alcohol screening has the potential to reduce the incidence of impaired driving, and should be subject to a comprehensive process and impact evaluation.

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