Virginia State Police joins International Association of Chiefs of Police, US Department of Transportation & State Police and Highway Patrol Agencies Nationwide to Commence Drive to Save Lives Campaign
Working Together to Reduce Highway Fatalities by 15 Percent in 2014
NEW ORLEANS, La. –Today, Virginia State Police Superintendent, Colonel W. Steven Flaherty, joined state police and highway patrol leaders from 40 other states along with the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) to announce the Drive to Save Lives Campaign at a press conference in New Orleans, La. Read more...
Law Enforcement Challenge Webinar - Part 3: Tues, April 8, NOON
Laser Technology, Inc. (LTI) and IACP's National Law Enforcement Challenge (NLEC) organization are co-hosting the third and final installment of the NLEC webinar series. This last webinar will highlight key factors presented in the first two presentations, review helpful tips on how to prepare and submit the online application, and discuss best practices as well as the intangible benefits of participating in the Challenge. The Chair and other member of the NLEC subcommittee will discuss FAQs, newer guidelines and other useful advice to help you make a difference when submitting your application for the Challenge.
Attendees will hear firsthand from several guest speakers, including past winners and other participating organizations, as they share their story on how the NLEC has positively impacted their traffic safety program and made their community’s road safer.
National Law Enforcement Challenge Webinar - Part 3
April 8, 2014
12:00 pm (EDT)
If you missed the first and second NLEC webinars you can watch the recordings by visiting:
NEW RESOURCE: 2013 Challenge Judging Score Sheets
Due to the change in format of the application for the 2013 Challenge, IACP has created new score sheets for judging. Blank score sheets are available for you to download to aid you in identifying what elements the judges will be looking for in your application.
More information about the Virginia and National Law Enforcement Challenge Awards for highway safety efforts is available at http://www.smartsafeandsober.org/programs/LEC
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...