Case Law

Key judicial rulings on traffic safety cases.
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Data-Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS) integrates location-based crime and traffic crash data to determine the most effective methods for deploying law enforcement and other resources.
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NLELP has collected  resources to help law enforcement personnel and decision makers establish and run effective enforcement operations.
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Impaired Driving

According to NHTSA data, more than 10,000 people died in alcohol-impaired driving crashes in 2012, and drug-impaired driving is a growing problem.
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Multi-State and Regional Initiatives

Traffic safety does not end at state lines. Effective campaigns and enforcement often involves the coordination of multiple states and regions.
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Occupant Protection

Seat belt use is on the rise, but more than half of all motor vehicle fatalities involved an unrestrained occupant.
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Officer Safety Resources

Videos, training programs and publications to help protect traffic safety officers.

Latest Best Practice Resources

Additional Best Practice Resources

Commercial Motor Vehicles

Railroad Crossing Safety Reporting
In light of the recent Amtrak Train crash with a large truck in North Carolina, now is a good time to remind everyone it is crucial once a vehicle becomes stalled or hung up on railroad tracks, to immediately notify the appropriate railroad by telephoning the appropriate emergency numbers.

Making The Connection: Felony Offenses and Commercial Driver License Sanctions PDF

[279 KB | 3 pgs.] This issue of the National Traffic Law Center’s Between the Lines newsletter focuses on the mandatory commercial driver’s license disqualification rule, and provides suggestions on how to ensure traffic safety through improved compliance.

Zero Fatality Campaigns