The National Law Enforcement Liaison Program (NLELP) was created 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 following are some resources created and collected by NLELP for LELs.

The LEL Listserv

NLELP has created a listserv to serve as a communications forum for LELs to exchange information and for asking questions, learning new ideas, soliciting project input, sharing best practices, locating resources, announcing training and projects, spreading news, acknowledging successes, updating officer safety issues, and so on.

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The LEL Newsletter

TheLELlogo150pxThe LEL is a quarterly newsletter designed as a communications tool to support the NLELP with information, best practices, training, events, news and articles to keep the state LEL network current on highway safety issues and activities.

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Latest Issue

The LEL | January 2018

January 25th, 2018|Comments Off on The LEL | January 2018

In this issue:

Tackling Underage Drinking | LEL Conference | Best Practices | Data Analysts | Special Section: The National LEL Training Conference | Unsafe Driver Reporting | Tips to Testify | Traffic Safety Calendar

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Partner Newsletters

Many NLELP partner organizations and agencies distribute e-newsletters to their audiences. The following are on topics of interest to LELs.

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Latest Resource

MD TSRP January-February Blog: Sobriety Checkpoints

March 20th, 2018|Comments Off on MD TSRP January-February Blog: Sobriety Checkpoints

By David Daggett

While this is may not be a topic of significant interest to many of you, it is one that prosecutors need be aware of as it has been pointed out that a couple of jurisdictions have had some […]

Data and Statistics

NLELP has collected resources and publications featuring some of the latest traffic safety data and statistics.

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