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Title: How effective is non-custodial sentencing in achieving compliance with road traffic law?
Authors: Piper, C
Easton, S
Achieving Compliance with Road Traffic Law Conference
Keywords: Road traffic offences;Deterrence;Penalty notice for disorder (PND);Drink/drug driving;Drink-Drive Rehabilitation (DDR) scheme
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Brunel University
Description: This conference presentation was given as part of the Achieving Compliance with Road Traffic Law: What can enforcement, prosecution and sentencing contribute? Conference by Professor Christine Piper and Dr Susan Easton from Brunel Law School at Brunel University. The conference, jointly organised by PACTS and the Criminal Justice Research Centre with Brunel Law School, was hosted at Brunel University on the 13th June 2012, and was the first opportunity to review the evidence about how to improve compliance with road traffic law. Its aim was to set out the challenges facing the government over the next few years and the steps that need to be taken to improve levels of compliance on our roads. It took a wide look at the process of compliance from initial choices about enforcement through to the effectiveness of the court system.
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