Browsing CCJR Publications by Author "Nagle, Matthew"

Browsing CCJR Publications by Author "Nagle, Matthew"

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  • Nagle, Matthew (IUPUI (Campus). Center for Criminal Justice Research, 2009)
    This issue brief examines the effects of cell phone use on driving behavior and crash risk. Since Indiana only recently implemented a law banning drivers under age 18 from using a cell phone while driving, this brief ...
  • Nagle, Matthew; Braun, Erin; Mulholland, Zachary (IUPUI (Campus). Center for Criminal Justice Research, 2012-06)
    The recession of 2008 put pressure on nearly every sector in society to do more with less. Unemployment and constrained investment by the private sector reduced economic output, which led to declining tax revenues for state ...
  • Nagle, Matthew (IUPUI (Campus). Center for Criminal Justice Research, 2011-02)
    The risks associated with teen drivers because of inexperience and immaturity are well documented. Teenagers are at a greater risk for crashes during the nighttime, with passengers present, and because of a general willingness ...
  • Thelin, Rachel; Stucky, Thomas; Nagle, Matthew; Newby, Bill (IUPUI (Campus). Center for Criminal Justice Research, 2012)
    Through collaboration between the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Indiana, the City of Indianapolis/Marion County, and the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, a steering committee was formed to plan and ...
  • Lisby, Kathy J.; Nagle, Matthew; Newby, Bill; Nunn, Samuel; Sapp, Dona (IUPUI (Campus). Center for Criminal Justice Research, 2008)
    Designing and implementing effective traffic safety policies requires data-driven analysis of traffic collisions. To help in the policy-making process, CCJR collaborates each year with the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute ...
  • Sapp, Dona; Newby, Bill; Nagle, Matthew; Nunn, Samuel; Lisby, Kathy J. (IUPUI (Campus). Center for Criminal Justice Research, 2009)
    Indiana Crash Facts 2008 provides a detailed summary of 2008 traffic collision statistics and trends. This book, along with a series of annual traffic fact sheets on select topics, is used to inform the public, as well ...
  • Sapp, Dona; Nunn, Samuel; Nagle, Matthew; Newby, Bill; Lisby, Kathy J. (IUPUI (Campus). Center for Criminal Justice Research, 2011)
    Designing and implementing effective traffic safety policies requires data-driven analysis of traffic collisions. To help in the policy-making process, the Center for Criminal Justice Research (CCJR) collaborates annually ...
  • Sapp, Dona; Nunn, Samuel; Newby, Bill; Nagle, Matthew; Lisby, Kathy J. (IUPUI (Campus). Center for Criminal Justice Research, 2012)
    Designing and implementing effective traffic safety policies requires data-driven analysis of traffic collisions. To help in the policy-making process, the Center for Criminal Justice Research (CCJR) collaborates annually ...
  • Sapp, Dona; Nagle, Matthew; Newby, Bill; Nunn, Samuel; Lisby, Kathy J. (IUPUI (Campus). Center for Criminal Justice Research, 2010)
    Indiana Crash Facts 2009 provides a detailed summary of 2009 traffic collision statistics and trends. This book, along with a series of annual traffic fact sheets on select topics, is used to inform the public, as well as ...
  • Nagle, Matthew (IUPUI (Campus). Center for Criminal Justice Research, 2009-06)
    This fact sheet provides summary data on Indiana traffic collisions involving alcohol. Included are general trends in collision outcomes, the incidence of alcohol-related driving by vehicle type and driver age, county level ...
  • Nagle, Matthew (IUPUI (Campus). Center for Criminal Justice Research, 2010-06)
    In 2009, 157 (24.9 percent) of 631 fatal collisions and 168 (24.3 percent) of 692 fatalities in Indiana involved alcohol. Nationally in 2008, 11,773 people were killed in traffic collisions where at least one driver involved ...
  • Nagle, Matthew (IUPUI (Campus). Center for Criminal Justice Research, 2011-06)
    In Indiana and across the nation, rates of fatal crashes involving alcohol-impaired drivers decreased steadily since 2001 and at a greater rate since 2006. Fatalities resulting from traffic crashes involving drivers ...
  • Lisby, Kathy J.; Newby, Bill; Wyeth, Debbie; Nagle, Matthew; Sapp, Dona (IUPUI (Campus). Center for Criminal Justice Research, 2010-07)
    In 2009, there were 289,001 drivers involved in Indiana traffic collisions. Statewide there were 189,676 total collisions reported by law enforcement officers. Of those 189,676 collisions, 631 were classified as fatal ...
  • Lisby, Kathy J.; Nagle, Matthew; Newby, Bill; Wyeth, Debbie; Sapp, Dona; Barreto, Tami (IUPUI (Campus). Center for Criminal Justice Research, 2011-07)
    This publication provides information on Indiana traffic collisions by county in 2010. County level information is provided on vehicle registrations, licensed drivers, fatal and injury collisions, fatalities and injuries, ...
  • Lisby, Kathy J.; Nagle, Matthew; Newby, Bill; Wyeth, Debbie; Spencer, Travis (IUPUI (Campus). Center for Criminal Justice Research, 2008-08)
    The number of reported collisions varies greatly by county. Marion County had a reported 27,965 total collisions in 2007, 72 of which involved at least one fatality. Lake County reported 18,588 and Allen County reported ...
  • Lisby, Kathy J.; Newby, Bill; Nagle, Matthew; Wyeth, Debbie (IUPUI (Campus). Center for Criminal Justice Research, 2009)
    This fact sheet provides information on Indiana traffic collisions by county in 2008. County level information is provided on vehicle registrations, licensed drivers, fatal and injury collisions, fatalities and injuries, ...
  • Nagle, Matthew; Newby, Bill (IUPUI (Campus). Center for Criminal Justice Research, 2008-05)
    In 2007, 3,044 collisions involving some form of aggressive driving occurred in Indiana. In addition, there were 18,487 collisions involving speed-related driving (nine percent of all collisions). This fact sheet provides ...
  • Nagle, Matthew (IUPUI (Campus). Center for Criminal Justice Research, 2010-05)
    In 2009, dangerous driving actions were a contributing factor in 13 percent of all traffic collisions and 25 percent of fatal collisions in Indiana. This fact sheet provides summary data on Indiana traffic collisions ...
  • Nagle, Matthew (IUPUI (Campus). Center for Criminal Justice Research, 2012-06)
    Are repeat-offender drivers more likely to be involved in crashes with serious bodily injury? Of drivers that were alcohol-impaired in crashes, how many had prior convictions for OWI?This fact sheet links data from the ...
  • Nagle, Matthew (IUPUI (Campus). Center for Criminal Justice Research, 2011-04)
    CCJR reports that, despite a resurgence of road travel in the last 18 months, driver fatal crash rates have decreased in Indiana and nationwide. Declines were most pronounced among teen drivers, especially due to implementation ...

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