24/7 Continues To Work


Another report on the 24 – 7 sobriety program in South Dakota indicates that those in the program on driving under the influence charges are less likely to do it again.  The Mountain Plains Evaluation found nearly all participants are following the rules.  Attorney General Marty Jackley says they are seeing consistent results…

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Jackley says this report, and an earlier study by the RAND group helps prove the program’s effectiveness to state and federal officials…

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Jackley says while it is a good report, there is room for improvements…

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The program began as a pilot in 2005, has DUI offenders checking in twice a day for breath tests. Since then, over five point three million tests have been administered to over twenty three thousand participants with a pass rate of ninety  nine point three percent

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