You booze, you cruise, you lose. No words could more true. Three stateline communities made the Top 25 list of Illinois Cities with the highest DUI arrests

An investigative report by the website Reboot Illinois reveals that in 2013, one person was killed every 52 minutes in a drunk driving accident in the United States..

The good news is the number of alcohol-impaired driving fatalities in Illinois decreased 37.8 percent between 2002 and 2012. This success can be  may be because of increased awareness, tougher punishments and new state laws that are now on the books in Illinois.

The bad news is impaired driving is still a problem in Illinois. Some parts of the state have a more severe problem with drunk driving than other parts of the state.

The Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists (AAIM), researched publicly available drunk driving data from cities all across Illinois and ranked each of them based on the number of DUI arrests in 2013.

The Illinois State Police, with 1,818 sworn officers, recorded 9,302 arrests — an arrest rate of 5.12 per officer. The Chicago Police Department, with almost 12,000 officers on the force, made roughly 3,400 arrests, a rate of 0.28 per officer. The Secretary of State Police made 14 DUI arrests.

Here is AAIM's ranking of Illinois city police departments (not including Chicago) that had the the most DUI arrests in 2013:

25. DeKalb

Arrests: 191
Officers: 62
Arrest rate/officer: 3.08

24. Hanover Park

Arrests: 193
Officers: 60
Arrest rate/officer: 3.22

23. Champaign

Arrests: 200
Officers: 125
Arrest rate/officer: 1.60

T-22. Wheaton

Arrests: 208
Officers: 64
Arrest rate/officer: 3.25

T-22. Loves Park

Arrests: 208
Officers: 33
Arrest rate/officer: 6.30

21. Mt. Prospect

Arrests: 210
Officers: 82
Arrest rate/officer: 2.56

20. Arlington Heights

Arrests: 212
Officers: 109
Arrest rate/officer: 1.94

19. Niles

Arrests: 214
Officers: 55
Arrest rate/officer: 3.89

18. Fairview Heights

Arrests: 215
Officers: 43
Arrest rate/officer: 5.00

17. Orland Park

Arrests: 218
Officers: 101
Arrest rate/officer: 2.16

16. Gurnee

Arrests: 225
Officers: 61
Arrest rate/officer: 3.69

15. Elgin

Arrests: 227
Officers: 180
Arrest rate/officer: 1.26

14. Lombard

Arrests: 229
Officers: 65
Arrest rate/officer: 3.52

13. Cicero

Arrests: 242
Officers: 154
Arrest rate/officer: 1.57

12. Bloomington

Arrests: 246
Officers: 125
Arrest rate/officer: 1.97

11. Chicago Heights

Arrests: 247
Officers: 80
Arrest rate/officer: 3.09

10. Aurora

Arrests: 256
Officers: 287
Arrest rate/officer: 0.89

9. Oak Lawn

Arrests: 262
Officers: 109
Arrest rate/officer: 2.40

8. Rock Island

Arrests: 274
Officers: 83
Arrest rate/officer: 3.30

7. Normal

Arrests: 279
Officers: 79
Arrest rate/officer: 3.53

6. Elmhurst

Arrests: 300
Officers: 76
Arrest rate/officer: 3.95

5. Carol Stream

Arrests: 392
Officers: 61
Arrest rate/officer: 6.43

4. Springfield

Arrests: 410
Officers: 249
Arrest rate/officer: 1.65

3. Decatur

Arrests: 485
Officers: 164
Arrest rate/officer: 2.96

2. Naperville

Arrests: 553
Officers: 163
Arrest rate/officer: 3.39

1. Rockford

Arrests: 556
Officers: 285
Arrest rate/officer: 1.95

2014 statistics will be available later this year