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Breathalyser

a device for estimating the amount of alcohol in the breath: used in testing people suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol. See DRINK DRIVING.
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West Midlands Police confirmed it has just 302 breathalysers - at a time when the force has around 3,500 frontline officers, including some 1,000 in its Response Units.
"I couldn't say whether they've cut the numbers of breathalysers they're buying or what.
The cancer breathalyser has the potential to save thousands of lives and save millions of pounds in healthcare costs, its developers claim.
Oyeyemi said the corps had designed the commencement of the pilot scheme to focus on training of FRSC personnel on driving under the influence (DUI) projects, acquisition and deployment of breathalyser for testing DUI, enforcement of DUI by field operatives, and monitoring of enforcement of DUI.
"This new mobile breathalyser technology will enable the police to enforce the alcohol more rigorously limit on those who still choose to drive after drinking, putting others at risk."
Alcohol leaves the body at one unit an hour, that means many drivers get off on the second breathalyser test
The product is simple to use, all's you need to do is blow into the sample bag, insert into the breathalyser and squeeze away to watch your alcohol level unfold within just two minutes!
An assistant manager at Spar Express, who did not want to be named, said previously that the store often saw drunk people come in to buy alcohol and had been using breathalysers for several months.
Dr Kevin Smith, of Cardiff University's School of Social Sciences, questioned the use of the breathalysers.
The breathalysers have three levels rated green, amber and red.