Noble Wray: Hire health educators to reduce DUI


In yesterday’s Wisconsin State Journal (WSJ), Madison Police Chief Noble Wray demonstrated his support for the important role BSI can play in addressing Wisconsin’s binge drinking & intoxicated driving problems. More than 70 percent of police calls and incarcerations involve alcohol or drugs. Administering BSI is proven to reduce binge drinking and drug use – reducing the burden on our police departments and making our communities a safer place to live. Read Chief Wray’s WSJ column here.

Thank you Chief Wray for your support! You can advocate for BSI by going to our website and pledging your support for this proven-effective service in Wisconsin.

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