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 and enforcement data to help law enforcement agencies make decisions about the effective and efficient deployment of law enforcement resources.
This webinar explored the benefits of DDACTS and looked at future expectations. The session offered insight from two law enforcement agencies who have experienced the benefits and successes of implementing a DDACTS model in their community.
- David Ennis, Program Manager, NHTSA Region 3 Office (Download presentation slides)
- Chief Mitchell Little, Chief of Police, Toms River, NJ Police Department (Download presentation slides)
- Captain Robert Moccasin, Great Falls, MT Police Department (Download presentation slides)