INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. —
A Marion County judge says a new alcohol tracker is making a difference. The device helps keep DUI offenders sober, at no cost to taxpayers.
It’s called “RADAR,” or Real Time Alcohol Monitoring Detection and Recognition. Offenders are given random Breathalyzer tests throughout the day. The results are sent in real-time to correction officers. The program is used as either a condition for release, or part of a sentence.Read more: http://fox59.com/2014/10/21/new-alcohol-tracker-makes-a-difference/