300 S Broadway Ste 110A
Urbana Illinois 61801
DUI 10 HOUR RISK EDUCATION
The purpose of DUI risk education is to provide orientation to offenders regarding the impact of alcohol and other drug use on individual behavior and driving skills and to allow offenders to further explore the personal ramifications of their own substance use and abuse. Prior to enrollment in risk education classes, the DUI offender shall provide a copy of his or her completed Alcohol and Drug Evaluation Uniform Report (DUI Evaluation) indicating that risk education has been recommended.
Throughout the risk education course you will be learning about:
alcohol as a drug
physiological and pharmacological effects of alcohol and other drugs, including their residual impairment on normal levels of driving performance
other drugs, legal and illegal, and their effects on driving when used separately and/or in combination with alcohol;
substance abuse/dependence and the effect on individuals and families;
blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level and its effect on driving performance;
information about Illinois driving under the influence laws and associated penalties
factors that influence the formation of patterns of alcohol and drug abuse
information about referrals for services that can address any identified problem that may increase the risk for future alcohol/drug-related difficulty.