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2019 Winter Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Enforcement Mobilization & Law Enforcement Engagement in Impaired Driving Enforcement

Hear the latest updates on the Winter Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over enforcement mobilization and the If You Feel Different campaign followed by a presentation featuring Mothers Against Drunk Driving's (MADD) National Law Enforcement Impaired Driving Summit. Ret. Colonel Ron Replogle of MADD and Lt. Jonathan Herrick of the New York State Police provided [...]

2019 Winter Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Enforcement Mobilization & Law Enforcement Engagement in Impaired Driving Enforcement2019-10-29T09:58:17-05:00

LEL September Webinar: Below 100, Move Over & Protecting LEOs at Roadside; How LELs Can Advance Officer Safety

Protecting those that protect us is vital to public safety. "Below 100" and "Move Over" are two programs that have been designed as a direct result of the need to remind our first responders that the protection of the public starts with the protection of them first. The Law Enforcement Liaison can play a pivotal [...]

LEL September Webinar: Below 100, Move Over & Protecting LEOs at Roadside; How LELs Can Advance Officer Safety2019-09-27T11:43:04-05:00

LEL August Webinar: Planning & Implementing Multi-State & Regional Initiatives

In this webinar, we looked at lessons and best practices learned from three multi- jurisdictional enforcement initiatives. Panelists discussed how these efforts came about, the stakeholders involved, the process for planning and implementation of the event and communication and outreach strategies. All three of these initiatives, involving several states and stakeholders, had been designed to [...]

LEL August Webinar: Planning & Implementing Multi-State & Regional Initiatives2019-08-22T13:49:18-05:00

Understanding Law Enforcement Attitudes and Beliefs about Traffic Safety

The goal of this project was to understand how the culture within law enforcement agencies impacts engagement in traffic safety enforcement. The four objectives were to understand: How law enforcement leaders and officers prioritize traffic safety relative to other public safety issues Self-reported attitudes, beliefs and behaviors about traffic safety enforcement activities Law enforcement's perceptions [...]

Understanding Law Enforcement Attitudes and Beliefs about Traffic Safety2019-07-25T10:31:10-05:00

LEL July Webinar: Communication in the Digital Age

The way that we communicate has changed dramatically over the last decade with the proliferation of social media, social networks and the ability to share information instantaneously to large and small groups of people. As Law Enforcement Liaisons, understanding the tools and strategies for the effective use of social media is an additional skill set [...]

LEL July Webinar: Communication in the Digital Age2019-07-25T09:26:24-05:00

Motorcyclists’ Attitudes on Using High-Visibility Gear To Improve Conspicuity

This report by NHTSA and GHSA's National Cooperative Research and Evaluation Program (NCREP) examines why riders choose to wear – or not wear – high-visibility gear. Through conducting a focus group of motorcycle riders, the report finds that while most participants did not regularly wear such gear, those who did reported doing so after having [...]

Motorcyclists’ Attitudes on Using High-Visibility Gear To Improve Conspicuity2019-07-09T13:11:14-05:00

Social Media Practices in Traffic Safety

NHTSA and GHSA's National Cooperative Research and Evaluation Program (NCREP) performed a scan of publicly available SHSO social media channels and performed a series of interviews with NHTSA Regional Offices and a sample of nine SHSOs. The report includes promising practices designed to help inform planning and decision-making for the different platforms, provides examples of [...]

Social Media Practices in Traffic Safety2019-07-09T16:37:42-05:00

LEL June Webinar: 2019 Labor Day Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Enforcement Mobilization and Law Enforcement Phlebotomy Program

Hear the latest updates from NHTSA on the Labor Day Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over enforcement mobilization and the If You Feel Different – Drive High Get a DUI campaign followed by a best practice presentation featuring Minnesota’s Law Enforcement Phlebotomy Program and NHTSA’s newly released Law Enforcement Phlebotomy Toolkit.  Lt. Don Marose of Minnesota provided an [...]

LEL June Webinar: 2019 Labor Day Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Enforcement Mobilization and Law Enforcement Phlebotomy Program2019-06-19T15:57:09-05:00

MD TSRP May Blog: Carroll v. State: Good Faith Reliance on Search Warrants

By David Daggett On May 2, 2019, the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland decided the case of Derrick Carroll v. State, No. 510, September Term, 2017. The opinion was written by Senior Judge James A. Kenney, III and is a really good refresher on United States v. Leon,  468 U.S. 897 (1984) and “good [...]

MD TSRP May Blog: Carroll v. State: Good Faith Reliance on Search Warrants2019-05-30T12:24:55-05:00