Monday, May 18, 2009

Survey of Illinois DUI Arrests 2008

  1. 2008 Top Cops - 100+ DUI Arrests
  2. 2008 TOP DEPARTMENTS 200+ ARRESTS
  3. 2008 Municipalities by Arrest Rate (200+ Arrests)
The Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists released a 2008 survey of arrests in Illinos towns for DUI. Leading the survey was Rockford with 785. Naperville was second with 651. Carol Stream and Barrington led the suburban Chicago area in the number of DUI arrests per officer. Each town had 9.44 arrests per officer. The town of Roscoe, just outside of Rockford, led the entire State of Illinois with 13.15 arrests per officer. The top DUI arresting officer was Sangamon County Sheriff's Deputy James McNamara with 247 arrests. Timothy Walker of the Chicago Police Department had 244 arrests. Mark Harwood of Waukegan, the suburban leader, made 187 arrests.

The Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists (AAIM) is an independent non-profit organization founded in 1982 by families who had lost loved ones in drunk driving crashes. AAIM was Illinois' first citizen action group dedicated to the fight against driving under the influence.

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