What is NLELP?

The National Law Enforcement Liaison Program (NLELP) was created by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), funded by NHTSA under a cooperative agreement. The purpose of the program is to enhance communications between LELs, ensure greater coordination of LEL activities nationwide, create and support LEL training and guidance workshops to increase the knowledge and skills of LELs and provide technical assistance. The NLELP is designed to strengthen the work of a proven network of highway safety professionals with enhanced communications tools, updated training, sharing of best practices, exchanging information on new research, policies, and programs, and highlighting successes.

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LEL April Webinar: What’s New in DRE, SFST & ARIDE? IACP Briefing on 2018 Curricula

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MD TSRP March-April Blog: Traffic Stops – Reasonable Length of Detention

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NHTSA Impaired Driving Update: April 2018

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LEL March Webinar: 2018 National Click It or Ticket Campaign

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MD TSRP January-February Blog: Sobriety Checkpoints

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