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Montana’s Impaired Driving Scenario-Based Training

By Glenn Cramer DETECTING IMPAIRED DRIVERS IS difficult and obtaining a conviction in an impaired driving case can also be challenging. Impaired driving laws are complex, as is collecting the evidence needed to define and demonstrate impairment. Four years ago, the Montana Highway Patrol (MHP) did a self-assessment of the basic impaired driving enforcement training [...]

Montana’s Impaired Driving Scenario-Based Training2019-03-07T19:17:34-05:00

National TSRP 2016 “Traffic Tuesdays” Webinars

The national Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor (TSRP) program hosts a monthly webinar series called "Traffic Tuesdays." The webinar series focuses on issues of impaired driving and traffic safety and are crafted to be relevant to a nationwide audience of prosecutors, law enforcement, and traffic safety professionals. The following is a list of their 2016 webinars, [...]

National TSRP 2016 “Traffic Tuesdays” Webinars2017-01-06T10:19:43-05:00

NLELP October Webinar: Impaired Driving Enforcement: The 2016 Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Holiday Campaign

It is time to start making plans for this year's Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over impaired driving holiday campaign, which will run from December 15, 2016-January 1, 2017. This webinar featured a review of previous campaign statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Impaired Driving Division and provided a first look at the [...]

NLELP October Webinar: Impaired Driving Enforcement: The 2016 Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Holiday Campaign2019-03-06T17:22:56-05:00

CHALLENGE: 5,681 Miles, Four Days, Zero Fatalities

By Steven Cardarella Recently, 15 state patrol and state police agencies participated with local and municipal law enforcement agencies on the CHALLENGE: 5,681 Miles, Four Days, Zero Fatalities, during a high visibility enforcement (HVE) campaign along the entire length of Interstates 90 and 94. The CHALLENGE goal was to prevent crashes, injuries and fatalities during [...]

CHALLENGE: 5,681 Miles, Four Days, Zero Fatalities2019-03-06T17:23:05-05:00