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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 Safety2020-03-13T14:01:52-04:00

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 July Webinar: Traffic Safety on Tribal Lands

The July session of the LEL Webinar Series featured a panel discussion on the traffic safety relationship between the states and the Indian Nation. Nationally, the annual motor vehicle crash mortality rates for American Indians have been three to four times greater than for the general public. Among Native American populations, motor vehicle-related injuries are [...]

NLELP July Webinar: Traffic Safety on Tribal Lands2019-03-06T17:22:57-05:00

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