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    BC’s New Approach to Impaired Driving:   A Story of Change & Transformation

    A Story of Change & Transformation 

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    Defining & Interpreting the Problem

    Creating the Urgency for Change

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    Creating the Urgency for Change

    Alexa Middelaer October 9, 2003 to May 17, 2008

    Building A Strong Coalition …

    ‘ A strong guiding coalition is always  needed – one with the rightneeded – one with the right  composition, level of trust, and a  shared objective.’

    ‐ John Kotter, Harvard University

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    CourtsCourts

    A System Wide Perspective …

    PolicePolice

    Road SafetyRoad Safety

    VictimsVictims

    Road Safety  Policy & 

    Legislation

    Road Safety  Policy & 

    Legislation

    Crown  Prosecutors

    Crown  Prosecutors

    Health CareHealth Care

    Building A Strong Coalition …

    BC Association  of Chiefs of  Police

    BCAA Road Safety 

    BC Ministry of Justice

    Municipal  Police

    Foundation

    RoadSafetyBC

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    Building A Strong Coalition …

    Developing  the Vision

    Communicating  the Vision on a  Large Scale

    Eliminating  Key  Obstacles

    M i DManaging Dozens  of Projects Within  the Initiative

    Anchoring  the Approach  in the Culture

    Developing a Broad  Value Proposition…

    Reduce Court  Workload

    Reduce Court  Workload

    Save Lives

    Self FundingSelf Funding

    Police EfficienciesPolice Efficiencies

    Change Behavior (Swift – Certain – Severe)

    (Swifter Justice, Rehabilitation, Increased Enforcement,  Predictable Penalties)

    Change Behavior (Swift – Certain – Severe)

    (Swifter Justice, Rehabilitation, Increased Enforcement,  Predictable Penalties)

    Value PropositionValue Proposition

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    100

    120

    140

    Alcohol Impaired Driving Fatalities 2005 ‐ 2013

    20

    40

    60

    80 Base Line Annual Average Fatalities = 111

    0

    20

    2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

    Fatalities Post Implementation Fatalities 

    Save Lives

    9,000 Annual 

    1,200 Cases

    Cases Removed  from Court

    Reduced Court  Workload …

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    Police Workload & the Criminal Code

    Police EffortPolice Effort

    Municipal  Police

    Criminal Code  Sanctions

    New  Approach

    4 Days4 Days

    45  Minutes

    45  Minutes

    Efficiency • 98 percent efficiency gain • Ability to do more enforcement

    with the same level of resources

    Effectiveness • Relative to Criminal Code

    sanctions (66% success rate), officers have high success rate (over 95%)

    Creating a Behavioral Program  Framework …

    Swift • Immediate  Sanctions @  Roadside

    Swift • Immediate  Sanctions @  Roadside

    Certain • Widely  Known  Sanctions

    Certain • Widely  Known  Sanctions

    Severe • Sanctions  with Impact

    Severe • Sanctions  with Impact

    Fair & Reasonable • Well Defined Roadside Process & Administrative Appeal Structure

    • Rehabilitation Component

    Fair & Reasonable • Well Defined Roadside Process & Administrative Appeal Structure

    • Rehabilitation Component

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    Putting a Human Face on the Law …

    Alexa Middelaer October 9, 2003 to May 17, 2008

    Giving Life to the Law: Partnership with Police

    TrustTrust

    Shared PurposeShared Purpose

    EngagementEngagement RoadSafetyBC

    Laws That Truly Work, Are Laws That Are Embraced  by Those Entrusted to Enforce Them 

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    Implementation

    The Good

    The Ugly The Inevitable

    Court Workload  Reduced from ~

    52% Decrease to  Alcohol Related  Fatalities

    The GoodThe Good

    Reduced from    10,000 to 2,000  annual cases 

    ~ 98% Reduction  to Police Workload

    59% D d59% Decreased  Prevalence of  Impaired Driving

    40/23/20%  Decrease: Fatal,  Injury, & Property  Collisions

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    The GoodThe Good

    Connecting the Political Leadership to the Change Initiative

    February 26, 2011 The Clark government’s first priority will  be to put families first, she said, echoing a  familiar theme on which her campaignfamiliar theme on which her campaign  was built upon ….families are the  foundation and building block of the  province’s future, she said.

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    Innovations  Tested

    The  Inevitable

    The  Inevitable

    BC Supreme Court BC Court of Appeal2011 – 2014

    2015

    The  Inevitable

    The  Inevitable

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    The UglyThe Ugly

    B.C.’s drunk‐driving law receives the green light A d t t 2010 l dd d

    The UglyThe Ugly

    Amendments to 2010 law addressed  constitutional flaws identified, Supreme Court  rules

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    Anchoring & Sustaining the Change

    300,000 

    350,000 

    400,000 

    450,000  2010 Winter 

    100,000 

    150,000 

    200,000 

    250,000 

    BC Liquor Sales Volumes: 2004/05 – 2013/14 

    50,000 

    2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14

    Total Volume Beer & Coolers Spirits Wine

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    'If I had asked people what they wanted,  they would have said faster horses.’

    ‐ Henry Ford

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    Moving Past (Policy) Incrementalism

    None settled for best practice

    Questions & Discussion