Prior to establishing the Wichita Target of Opportunity Program (TOP), few drunk drivers were arrested and little public attention was given to the problem. This has changed dramatically. The intensive effort to reduce drunk driving has increased the public's perception of the risk of drunk driving and reduced the number of alcohol related automobile accidents in Wichita. A description of the level and scope of activity and evidence of the impact of the TOP are detailed in the body of this report. The executive summary highlights the findings.
Steven Maynard-Moody, Dennis Palumbo, and Jim Scheurich. Final Report for the Wichita Comprehensive Program to Reduce Driving While Intoxicated. Institute for Public Policy and Business Research, University of Kansas. Technical Report Series: 121 (May 1986; 185 pages).