Recorded Webinars

//Recorded Webinars

The following are archives of webinar recordings on traffic safety topics from the National LEL Program and our partners.

LEL January Webinar: 50 Ways to Weave Your (Impaired Driving) Report

We started off our 2019 LEL Webinar Series with a prosecutor’s perspective on writing a better impaired driving arrest report. A detailed and well-written report is critical to the successful prosecution of an impaired driving case. In this webinar, Maryland Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor David Daggett provides tips on crafting a report that will help law [...]

LEL November Webinar: Creating Positive Change in a Challenging Environment

When the unthinkable happens, how can we harness pain to spur action? David Mills, whose daughter Kailee was killed in a crash in October 2017, has done just that. In this webinar, David shared his family’s life-changing story and discussed how he is working to turn this loss into positive change by founding the Kailee [...]

LEL October Webinar: Winter Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign: New Impaired Driving Resources & Tools

Our October webinar was hosted in partnership with the Impaired Driving Division and Office of Communications and Consumer Information at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Speakers shared the latest details on the holiday Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over enforcement mobilization, along with the new drug-impaired driving campaign focus group insights and national television ad. [...]

LEL September Webinar: NHTSA’s Crash Investigations Division: Supporting the Agency and Law Enforcement Through Real-World Crash Data

The value and impact of accurate and complete crash data to identify and address traffic safety issues is well-known. In addition to the collection of fatal crash data, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) gathers information from around the country found in thousands of crash reports, randomly selected from law enforcement agencies in areas [...]

LEL August Webinar: Do You Have Skin in the Game?

The August LEL Webinar helped attendees self-reflect on their investment in traffic safety by asking the question: Do you have skin in the game? Once we believe in the mission of saving, changing, and protecting lives, our job becomes a calling and that calling becomes our passion. To accomplish this we must first open our [...]

LEL July Webinar: Technology Update: What You Need to Know About Mobile Driver Licenses

This webinar provided an update on mobile driver license (mDL) technology, including information on its development, the multiple uses for mDL, and how it will impact law enforcement. Attendees came away from this session with the knowledge and ability to discuss mDL with law enforcement partners as well answer basic mDL questions. Speaker: Brian Ursino, [...]

LEL June Webinar: 2018 Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over National Campaign and the Road to Zero

The 2018 national Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over enforcement mobilization focuses on stopping drunk drivers through a combination of law enforcement efforts and public awareness. In this webinar, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) updated attendees on ongoing and upcoming law enforcement initiatives and shared its media plan and accompanying materials. The session [...]

LEL May Webinar: Surviving the Minefield of Cross Examination

This webinar, cosponsored by the National Law Enforcement Liaison Program and the National Traffic Law Center, provided law enforcement officers and prosecutors with resources to better understand cross examination methods. Focusing on patience, honor, and courage, the session outlined the strategies defense attorneys use when attempting to undermine the competency or credibility of an officer. [...]

LEL April Webinar: What’s New in DRE, SFST & ARIDE? IACP Briefing on 2018 Curricula

The National LEL Program’s April webinar featured a briefing from the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) on its new 2018 Drug Recognition Expert (DRE), Standardized Field Sobriety Test (SFST), and Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (ARIDE) curricula. IACP’s Kyle Clark highlighted the features and latest updates to each course, which the National Highway [...]

LEL March Webinar: 2018 National Click It or Ticket Campaign

This year’s National Click It or Ticket Mobilization enforcement period runs from May 21 until June 3, with paid advertising running from May 14 to June 3. “On the ground” law enforcement efforts are what truly make this mobilization such a success. This webinar helps LELs prepare for the high visibility enforcement and communications period, providing an [...]

LEL February Webinar: U Drive. U Text. U Pay. – 2018 National Distracted Driving Campaign

Distracted driving continues to be a complex issue for law enforcement to address. In advance of the April 2018 National Distracted Driving Campaign, U Drive. U Text. U Pay., this webinar will provide the audience with key tools to address this behavior, including new and improved resources, training options, enforcement strategies, and action items for the [...]

LEL January Webinar: Officer Safety – The Year in Review

This webinar provided  a close look at officer safety in 2017, examining improvements made and the work that remains. Presenters reviewed law enforcement officer line of duty deaths, concentrating on traffic-related fatalities and outlining strategies for engaging law enforcement in officer safety practices. This is an opportunity for State Highway Safety Offices and LELs to [...]

NLELP December Webinar: DDACTS – Today and Tomorrow

DDACTS (Data-Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety) can be a powerful tool in reducing traffic violations and saving lives. A law enforcement operations model supported by a partnership between the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the Bureau of Justice Assistance, and the National Institute of Justice, DDACTS uses location-based crash, crime, calls for service [...]

NLELP November Webinar: Move Over: Promoting First Responder Safety through Communications

Law enforcement officers and first responders put their lives on the line every time they have to work on the side of a busy roadway. All 50 states have “Move Over” laws to protect law enforcement officers and other first responders, but fewer than three-quarters of the public are aware of these laws. The National [...]

NLELP October Webinar: Winter Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Enforcement Mobilization & Minnesota eWarrants Best Practices

The October LEL webinar featured the latest updates from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) on the winter Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over enforcement mobilization, followed by a best practice presentation featuring Minnesota’s eWarrants system for blood draws and reporting. The eWarrants system has shown a drastic reduction in Minnesota’s refusal rate. Learn [...]

NLELP September Webinar: Large Truck & Bus Traffic Enforcement Training Program

This webinar provided information on a number of resources and changes that impact commercial motor vehicle (CMV) enforcement. Topics covered included an introduction to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) basic CMV Traffic Enforcement Training Program; a look at the CMV crash data; marketing strategies to educate motorists about CMV safety; an overview of [...]

NLELP August Webinar: Best Practices for Traffic Incident Management

Effective traffic incident clearance is an important means of improving safety and reducing congestion delays. This webinar provided an overview of Traffic Incident Management and discussed the safety benefits to both the motorists and the first responders. The speakers discussed how good TIM practices can improve overall policing, how to build effective working relationships with [...]

NLELP June Webinar: 2017 Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign

The 2017 Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over (DSOGPO) national enforcement mobilization will run from August 18 to September 4. DSOGPO focuses on law enforcement efforts to stop drunk drivers. The campaign highlights a constant police presence on the lookout for drunk drivers as a way of deterring people from drinking and driving. In this [...]

NLELP May Webinar: The Road to Zero: Collaborating with Law Enforcement to Prevent Deaths on our Roadways

Road to Zero (RTZ) is a collaborative effort of more than 250 organizations focused on ending traffic fatalities on our roadways within 30 years. The National Safety Council (NSC) leads the initiative as a partnership with the U.S. Department of Transportation, including the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and [...]

NLELP April Webinar: Distracted Driving for Emergency Vehicle Drivers

This session looked at the distractions encountered by emergency vehicle operators while on duty and the effects these distractions have on the job. The speaker discussed the problematic tasks encountered while driving an emergency vehicle, the human factors of emergency vehicle operations, and distraction prevention measures. Speaker: Dia Gainor is the Executive Director and a [...]