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Don't miss this week's Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today's edition, the Missouri State Highway Patrol set up patrols for...
08/07/2020

Don't miss this week's Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today's edition, the Missouri State Highway Patrol set up patrols for school bus safety, Michigan helps improve teen driver safety and much more.

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Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, North Carolina launches Move Over campaign, Connecti...
07/31/2020

Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, North Carolina launches Move Over campaign, Connecticut’s distracted driving partnership, Iowa seat belt safety campaign focuses on pregnant women and new moms and much more.

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Every day, collisions and other traffic incidents wreak havoc on roadways around the world.Join NLELP this afternoon at ...
07/29/2020

Every day, collisions and other traffic incidents wreak havoc on roadways around the world.

Join NLELP this afternoon at 1:30pm ET to learn about the International Association of Chiefs of Police’s newly produced toolkit to benefit law enforcement and first responders in the safe, quick clearance of traffic incidents. Emergency Safety Solutions will also join us to discuss the largely overlooked but troubling safety issue of collisions involving vehicles stopped along the sides of roads.

Registration is still open! https://bit.ly/3jUXOZ0

Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, Kentucky officials recognize law enforcement for red...
07/24/2020

Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, Kentucky officials recognize law enforcement for reducing impaired crashes, Seattle earns national recognition for crash decrease, AAA Carolinas encourages drivers to move over and much more.

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Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition,North Carolina launches new highway safety team, Oper...
07/17/2020

Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition,
North Carolina launches new highway safety team, Operation Southern Shield protects the southeast from speeders, Six-State Trooper Project begins 'Move Over' safety campaign and much more.

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Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition,Virginia records an increase in unrestrained occupant...
07/10/2020

Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition,
Virginia records an increase in unrestrained occupant fatalities, Minnesota updates its driver's manual to make traffic stops safer, New Jersey State Police unveil HERO campaign and much more.

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The National LEL Program would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a safe and happy 4th of July!
07/04/2020

The National LEL Program would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a safe and happy 4th of July!

Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, the Reno Police Department focuses on pedestrian saf...
07/02/2020

Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, the Reno Police Department focuses on pedestrian safety, County of Maui creates new unit to address impaired driving, Colorado invites community input for Vision Zero planning and much more.

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Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, New York State Police announce results of the "Speed...
06/26/2020

Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, New York State Police announce results of the "Speed Week" campaign, Iowa S.T.E.P.S. up impaired enforcement, NHTSA releases Drug-Impaired Driving Criminal Justice Evaluation Tool and much more.

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While overall traffic deaths have decreased 27% since 2005, pedestrian deaths increased slightly in the U.S., with 97 pe...
06/18/2020
Pay attention: Distracted driving can put pedestrians at increased risk | GUIDON

While overall traffic deaths have decreased 27% since 2005, pedestrian deaths increased slightly in the U.S., with 97 pedestrians killed in Missouri in 2018 alone. State and federal agencies agree that one of the key factors in pedestrian deaths caused by drivers is inattention, which has been exacerbated in recent years by the improper use of cell phones and the dangerous practice of texting and driving. GUIDON Missouri Department of Transportation https://bit.ly/3hy5TS2

Drivers should avoid improper cell-phone use to prevent tragedy Pedestrians have a responsibility to keep themselves safe by paying attention to their surroundings and obeying traffic laws. But there&

The Bicycle Coalition of Maine announces the launch of a new anti-speeding campaign, Slow ME Down, aiming to both change...
06/17/2020
Bicycle Coalition debuts new anti-speeding campaign - Knox VillageSoup

The Bicycle Coalition of Maine announces the launch of a new anti-speeding campaign, Slow ME Down, aiming to both change people's attitudes about speeding and send a message to drivers, state and local officials, and roadway designers that their help is needed in making this behavioral change. https://bit.ly/3fv5mhO

The Bicycle Coalition of Maine announced the launch of a new anti-speeding campaign to coincide with the unveiling of the organization’s new five-year strategic plan, effective through 2024.

As states begin to lift their stay-at-home restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic, companies are welcoming employees...
06/13/2020
Returning To The Roadways, Remember The Dangers Of Distracted Driving

As states begin to lift their stay-at-home restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic, companies are welcoming employees back to the office after months of teleworking. You probably don’t miss your morning commute, but traffic isn’t the only concern now that the roadways will be crowded again. #DistractedDriving https://bit.ly/37n1XyU

As states begin to lift their stay-at-home restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic, companies are welcoming employees back to the office after months of teleworking. You probably don’t miss your morning commute, but traffic isn’t the only concern now that the roadw

Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, Delaware invites public input for its Strategic High...
06/12/2020

Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, Delaware invites public input for its Strategic Highway Safety Plan, New York puts the safety focus on speeding, Maryland is recognized for its safety-focused communications and much more.

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06/11/2020
Ford Driving Skills for Life

Ford Driving Skills for Life

Join us as Pam Shadel Fischer and Tim Burrows from the Governors Highway Safety Association talk to us about the 100 deadlies days for teen drivers - 100 days following Memorial Day that traditionally see an uptick in teen involved vehcile crashes. Learn what parents can do to keep their teens safe.

Cick "Get Reminder" to be alerted when we're starting.

Trooper Brent Miller of the PA State Police offers safety tips for motorcyclists and drivers in this Trooper Minute.
06/11/2020
Trooper Minute: Motorcycle safety tips

Trooper Brent Miller of the PA State Police offers safety tips for motorcyclists and drivers in this Trooper Minute.

As the weather warms up more motorcyclists are hitting the roads. Trooper Brent Miller has an important reminder for drivers to keep everyone safe in this week’s Trooper Minute. Traffic is in…

While coronavirus reduced the risk of underage drinking crashes this spring due to the cancellation of proms and most gr...
06/09/2020
Always a good time to talk to teens about alcohol and drug abuse

While coronavirus reduced the risk of underage drinking crashes this spring due to the cancellation of proms and most graduation ceremonies, teens eager to socialize as restrictions ease may be susceptible to bad decisions, making it the perfect time for parents to talk to their teens about the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. https://bit.ly/3dLKTFe

Always a good time to talk to teens about alcohol and drug abuse

The period between Memorial Day and Labor Day is traditionally the most dangerous time for teen drivers, with a 21% spik...
06/06/2020
National Road Safety Foundation Partners With SADD To Help Young Drivers Make This "The Safest Summer Ever"

The period between Memorial Day and Labor Day is traditionally the most dangerous time for teen drivers, with a 21% spike in teen traffic fatalities. Traffic safety officials often refer to it as the “100 Deadliest Days,” but the tens of thousands of young people active in SADD Nation are partnering with The National Road Safety Foundation to instead make it “The Safest Summer Ever.” https://prn.to/2XBx3zC

/PRNewswire/ -- The period between Memorial Day and Labor Day is traditionally the most dangerous time for teen drivers, with a 21 percent spike in teen...

Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, North Dakota police issue "tickets" to children, Ida...
06/05/2020

Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, North Dakota police issue "tickets" to children, Idaho is increasing summer patrols for safety, Tennessee makes road safety part of its reopening plans and much more.

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Public transportation may look vastly different in the coming months as fears of contracting the coronavirus remain. Tra...
06/02/2020

Public transportation may look vastly different in the coming months as fears of contracting the coronavirus remain. Travelers may adjust their preferences to distance themselves as much as possible socially, turning to their vehicles as their primary mode of transportation. That means busy roads, longer travel times and potential danger from the additional traffic.

View these 10 safe driving tips to ensure your summer trip goes as smoothly as possible: https://bit.ly/2Xv5eJj

Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, Maryland State Police charge nearly 400 drivers duri...
05/29/2020

Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, Maryland State Police charge nearly 400 drivers during Beltway campaign, Connecticut State Police release Memorial Day weekend enforcement results, the Georgia Department of Transportation unveils talking traffic lights and much more.

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We remember the men & women who have given their lives in service to our country. We honor those who have given the ulti...
05/25/2020

We remember the men & women who have given their lives in service to our country. We honor those who have given the ultimate sacrifice, and the families that mourn their loss.
Thank you.

Beginning June 1, law enforcement across North Dakota will turn up the summer H.E.A.T. (Highway Enforcement of Aggressiv...
05/20/2020
Summer H.E.A.T. kicks off with Obey the Sign or Pay the Fine

Beginning June 1, law enforcement across North Dakota will turn up the summer H.E.A.T. (Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic) with extra patrols enforcing speed limits & removing aggressive drivers from the road as a part of the Obey the Sign or Pay the Fine enforcement campaign. https://bit.ly/2WPduTX

Speeding isn’t just aggressive driving, it’s deadly driving. Law enforcement across the state will turn up the summer H.E.A.T. (Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic) with extra patrols enforcing speed limits and removing aggressive drivers from the road as a part of the Obey the Sign or Pay...

During the pandemic, less traffic may be encouraging some drivers to ignore traffic safety laws, including speed limits....
05/16/2020
Operation Safe Driver Week focuses on speeding

During the pandemic, less traffic may be encouraging some drivers to ignore traffic safety laws, including speed limits. Law enforcement throughout the country will be looking for motorists engaging in unsafe driving behaviors July 12-18. https://bit.ly/3e0OUW7

During the pandemic, less traffic may be encouraging some drivers to ignore traffic safety laws, including speed limits. So, through July 12-18, law enforcement throughout North America will be looking for drivers who are engaging in unsafe driving.

Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, a Texas driver charged with intoxication manslaughte...
05/15/2020

Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, a Texas driver charged with intoxication manslaughter, New Hampshire State Police see speeding and distracted driving on the rise, Missouri working toward increasing seat belt use and much more.

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“We encourage Minnesotans to continue to follow the speed limit, not drink and drive, drive focused not distracted. Put ...
05/13/2020
Minnesota Law Enforcement Seeing Spike in Speed Related Traffic Violations - Fox21Online

“We encourage Minnesotans to continue to follow the speed limit, not drink and drive, drive focused not distracted. Put the phone away and pleas use your seat belt. That’s how we’re going to keep Minnesotans safe and not tie up beds that are needed for COVID-19 patients.”

— Minnesota State Patrol Captain Jason Engeldinger

https://bit.ly/2zBLCt9

GRAND RAPIDS, Minn. – Law enforcement authorities in Minnesota want to remind residents their main goal through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is to support local health officials and encourage safe social distancing practices. During a press briefing Friday by Itasca County law enforcement officia...

In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day, and the week in which it falls as ...
05/11/2020

In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day, and the week in which it falls as National Police Week. We salute our law enforcement professionals for their dedication to the preservation of peace and protection of life.
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Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, National Police Week activities go virtual, Alaska t...
05/08/2020

Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, National Police Week activities go virtual, Alaska troopers enforce construction zone speed limits, Kentucky joins NHTSA in promoting Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, Mississippi launches a bicycle safety video and much more.

Read this week’s newsletter here: https://bit.ly/2xKmXCb

The LEL Traffic Stop- May 8, 2020
05/08/2020
The LEL Traffic Stop- May 8, 2020

The LEL Traffic Stop- May 8, 2020

National Police Week (May 10-16) and National Peace Officers Memorial Day (May 15) – Due to the national COVID-19 response, many Police Week activities have been modified, canceled or postponed. Read more >> National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) 32nd Annual Candlelight Vigil ...

Join Ford Driving Skills for Life’s “The Daily Drive,” broadcast this afternoon at 3:00 p.m. ET for a discussion on reck...
05/07/2020

Join Ford Driving Skills for Life’s “The Daily Drive,” broadcast this afternoon at 3:00 p.m. ET for a discussion on reckless driving during the coronavirus pandemic and our culture of speeding featuring National Law Enforcement Liaison Program Manager Tim Burrows and the Governors Highway Safety Association’s Pam Shadel Fischer. Click this direct link and then “Get Reminder” to be alerted when the broadcast begins: https://bit.ly/2YLMhmr

While stay-home orders have kept the happy hour social butterflies and the power drinking, shut-down-the-bar crowds off ...
05/05/2020
Houston area drunk driving numbers are down, but for how long?

While stay-home orders have kept the happy hour social butterflies and the power drinking, shut-down-the-bar crowds off the roads, there is still access to alcohol. Liquor stores have been considered essential businesses and restaurants have been allowed to sell alcohol to-go. https://bit.ly/2SypRRD

For years, Harris County has led the country in drunk driving fatalities, and as Channel 2 Investigates has shown you, tens of thousands of DWI charges are filed each year. But the coronavirus pandemic caused a dip in drunk driving numbers.

"More vehicles continue to be introduced back onto the roads every day, and our increased presence during these patrols ...
05/02/2020
Police targeting impaired, dangerous driving in May

"More vehicles continue to be introduced back onto the roads every day, and our increased presence during these patrols will hopefully make drivers use caution, buckle up, designate a driver or use a ride share service."

— Hobart Police Department Lt. Ronald Russo

The Times of Northwest Indiana https://bit.ly/2SpI2c9

The Lake County Traffic Safety Partnership will be conducting patrols that will focus on impaired driving, aggressive driving and seat belt violations.

Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, Maryland recognizes officers for their DUI arrests, ...
05/01/2020

Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, Maryland recognizes officers for their DUI arrests, Minnesota cautions the public to keep an eye out for motorcycles, a city in Ohio that has launched a traffic speed management campaign and much more.

Read this week’s newsletter here: https://bit.ly/2WkgXZ1

Police on Long Island have issued far fewer speeding tickets during the #coronavirus crisis as drivers largely stay home...
04/28/2020
Police: 'We're seeing some really high speeds out there'

Police on Long Island have issued far fewer speeding tickets during the #coronavirus crisis as drivers largely stay home and off the streets, but police say some motorists are taking advantage of relatively empty roads to put the pedal to the metal. https://nwsdy.li/3bIy6SL
The Governor's Traffic Safety Committee of New York

Police on Long Island have issued far fewer speeding tickets during the coronavirus crisis as drivers largely stay home and off the streets, but police say some motorists are taking advantage of relat

Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, California determines the economic impact of fewer c...
04/24/2020

Don’t miss this week’s Traffic Stop Newsletter! In today’s edition, California determines the economic impact of fewer crashes, Arizona sees fewer DUI arrests, Pennsylvania analyzes distracted driving numbers throughout the years, Texas ramps up Move Over/Slow Down enforcement and much more.

Read this week’s newsletter here: https://bit.ly/2Vxk5lc

“This coronavirus has affected nearly every aspect of our lives, and every pocket of our society. Some more than others,...
04/20/2020
CSP urgers you to drive safe amidst pandemic

“This coronavirus has affected nearly every aspect of our lives, and every pocket of our society. Some more than others, certainly, but everyone has had to make a change. Everyone is feeling some pain. At the same time, there are things we cannot allow this pandemic to influence. Our hope, our resolve, our concern and empathy for our fellow citizens, and, yes, traffic safety.

— Colorado State Patrol Trooper Eric Carlton
https://bit.ly/2VgB37r

A trooper out of the Montrose Troop Office wants to spread the word on how crucial it is to drive safely right now. Colorado State Patrol Troop 4A Captain, Matt Ozanic, said that Thursday morning, …

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First responder tickets are half-price ($10). We’ve got a great band, some big ticket silent auction items, and some great drinks to try, I’m sure. We will be recognizing first responders in attendance.
Originating from a NHTSA report (but if it is not appropriate to this group, admins please remove it): New York is Top State in USA Enforcement Efforts to Make Highways Safer --