Reports and Analysis

Here you will find articles, research studies, statistics, and other valuable information on sobriety programs.

  1. Lancet Psychiatry released the second of a three part Rand Corporation study on the 24/7 sobriety program, “Can a criminal justice alcohol abstention program with swift, certain and modest sanctions (24/7 Sobriety) reduce population mortality?” A retrospective observational study by Nancy Nicosia, PhD, Beau Kilmer, PhD, and Paul Heaton, PhD.
  2. The American Public Health Association released a Rand Corporation Study on the 24/7 sobriety program, Efficacy of Frequent Monitoring With Swift, Certain, and Modest Sanctions for Violations: Insight From South Dakota’s 24/7 Sobriety Program. (AJPH January 2013)¬†by Beau Kilmer, PhD, Nancy Nicosia, PhD, Paul Heaton, PhD, and Greg Midgette MPP.
  3. South Dakota 24/7 Sobriety Program Evaluation Findings by Roland Loudenberg M.P.Hl, Gregg Drube, M.A., Gary Leonardson, Ph.D.,
  4. South Dakota 24/7 Sobriety Program Evaluation Supplemental Findings Report  (2012) by Roland Loudenberg M.P.H Gregg Drube, M.A., Gary Leonardson, Ph.D., Jeffrey Bathke, M.S.A., CCDC III.
  5. Analysis of 24/7 Sobriety Program SCRAM Participant DUI Offense Recidivism (2013) by Roland Loudenberg M.P.H, Gregg Drube, M.A., Les Young, M.B.A.
  6. Comparative Study and Evaluation of SCRAM Use, Recidivism Rates and Charcteristics (2015) by Julie Tison, James L. Nichols, Tara Casanova-Powell, Neil K. Chuadhary РDOT HS 812 143
  7. The South Dakota 24/7 Sobriety Project: A Summary Report (2010) by Judge General Larry Long, Stephen K. Talpins, Robert L. DuPont, MD
  8. Montana 24/7 Sobriety Pilot Program Fact Sheet (2010) Montana Department of Justice
  9. A New Paradigm for Long-Term Recovery. Substance Abuse, 32(1), 1-6. DuPont, R.L. & Humphreys, K. (2011).
  10. Swift, Certain, and Fair Punishment – 24/7 Sobriety and Hope: Creative Approaches to Alcohol and Illicit Drug-Using Offenders. Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, Vol. 105, 2015, Paul J. Larkin, Jr.