Task Force report: drunkenness; annotations, consultants' papers, and related materials.

[Washington], [For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Govt. Print. Off.], [1967] .

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Other Title Drunkenness
Subjects Alcoholism -- United States.
Alcoolisme -- États-Unis.
Drunkenness (Crime) -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Drunkenness (Crime) -- Law and legislation.
Ivresse (Droit pénal) -- États-Unis.
United States.
Description vii, 131 pages illustrations 28 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 46-49).
Also issued online.
Summary Because one in every three arrests in the United States in 1965 were for public drunkenness, the President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice sought to examine existing methods of treating drunk offenders and to explore promising alternatives. Following an evaluation of drunk offenders and their impact on the criminal justice system, specific recommendations are offered to deal with the problem. Drunkenness in itself should not be a criminal offense, communities should establish detoxification units as part of comprehensive treatment programs, and communities should coordinate and extend aftercare resources to include supportive residential housing. Further, research by private and governmental agencies into alcoholism, the problems of alcoholics, and treatment methods should be expanded. Papers incorporated in the Commission's report as appendixes focus on public intoxication and the alcoholic offender, mind-altering drugs and dangerous behavior, St. Louis' proposal for funds to establish a detoxification center, arrests for public intoxication, court decisions on alcoholism, and major issues in developing community services for persons with drinking problems.
Contents Foreword / Nicholas deB. Katzenbach -- Preface -- The Commission, the staff -- Table of recommendations -- Drunkenness offenses -- Appendix A. Public intoxication and the alcoholic offender in American society / David J. Pittman -- Appendix B. Mind-altering drugs and dangerous behavior : alcohol / Richard H. Blum, assisted by Lauraine Braunstein -- Appendix C. St. Louis proposal for funds to establish a detoxification center -- Appendix D. Proposal for the Manhattan Bowery Project / Vera Institute of Justice -- Appendix E. Arrests for public intoxication / John M. Murtagh -- Appendix F. The drunkenness offender, reprinted from the Report of the President's Commission on Crime in the District of Columbia 1966 -- Appendix G. Alcohol project of the Emory University Department of Psychiatry -- Appendix H. The recent court decisions on alcoholism : a challenge to the North American Judges Association and its members / Peter Barton Hutt -- Appendix I. Some major issues in developing community services for persons with drinking problems / Thomas F.A. Plaut.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)160433
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