The ROI from Reducing Turnaround Time for
Processing DUI: Drug Cases
Presented at AAFS 2021 by Dr. Paul Speaker
From the opioid crisis to legalization of marijuana to the continuing evolution in the abuse of drugs, the societal costs from substance abuse is extensive. This includes societal costs from treatment, healthcare, lost productivity, death, and costs to the justice system. The justice system costs range from policing to the crime laboratories to jails, courts, and prisons.
The societal return on investment is presented from the allocation of additional resources towards the problem of DUI-Drug driving and the bottleneck in the justice system from too few resources devoted to emerging drug use in society, both legal and illegal.
Data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, insurance industry, and project FORESIGHT are used to estimate the costs of delay in processing DUI-Drug cases.
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