RECORDED WEBINAR: How to Apply to the 2013 Law Enforcement Challenge
On February 26, IACP and Laser Technology, Inc. (LTI) co-hosted the second webcast in a three-part series about the value of participating in the Law Enforcement Challenge awards program. This second webinar provided helpful tips on preparing the online application and addressed frequently asked questions, newer guidelines and other useful advice that should make all the difference when applying for the Challenge. The webinar was recorded and you can watch in online now.
If you missed the first webinar as well, it is also available for online viewing HERE.
Transportation Safety Awards Recognize Crash Reduction Efforts
Applications Due March 12, 2014
RICHMOND - The outstanding efforts made by individuals and organizations to change the behaviors of Virginia's motorists leading to crash, injury and fatality reduction, may be nominated for the 2014 Virginia Governor's Transportation Safety Awards. The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles' Highway Safety Office is accepting nominations through March 12, 2014 for 13 different transportation safety categories. Read more...
"Text Later, Live Longer" Campaign Shows Dangers of Texting and Driving
An anti-texting-while-driving campaign that was started by two VCU police officers is now spreading across the country. Read more...
IACP Posts February 2014 Traffic Safety Digest
Articles in this edition cover topics on speeding and impaired driving. Read the Digest
New Year, New Look for "Move Over" Bumper Decal
Virginia State Police Association Finances Decal Make-Over
RICHMOND, Va. – What displays the colors blue and gray, sticks to the back of your vehicle and intends to remind drivers of a decade-long law to protect first responders and highway safety workers? If you guessed Virginia’s “Move Over” bumper decal, you are right. With $3,500 in funding provided by the Virginia State Police Association (VSPA), the sticker underwent a recent transformation and emerged with a fresh, new look in the continual efforts to promote this life-saving law. Read more...