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During a busy travel season, law enforcement executives pay special attention to highway safety for motorists, officers, and others. They know that by enforcing speed limits and seat belt laws, stopping aggressive driving, and removing drunk drivers from behind the wheel, police make roadways safer for everyone.
Photo © 1998 Digital Stock Corporation. Inset photo courtesy Maryland Transportation Authority Police.
Articles
Managing Highway Incidents with NIMS
By Earl M. Sweeney, Assistant Commissioner, New Hampshire Department of Safety, and Chair, IACP Highway Safety Committee
Solutions for Safer Traffic Stops
By Richard J. Ashton, Grant/Technical Management Manager, IACP
Police and Prosecutors Working Together: Abating Impaired Driving
By Stephen K. Talpins, Chief of the County Court Division, Miami-Dade County State Attorney's Office, Miami, Florida
Impaired Driving Incidents Expected with New Heroin Treatment
By John Bobo, Director, National Traffic Law Center, American Prosecutors Research Institute, Alexandria, Virginia
Does Your Agency's Equipment Pass the Test? Traffic Law Enforcement Technologies
By J. F. Bowman, Captain and Commander, Traffic Div., Fairfax County PD, Fairfax, VA, and Chairman, IACP Enforcement Tech. Advisory Tech. Subcommittee, & P. David Fisher, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Eng., Michigan State University
Police Traffic Lidar Speed Measuring Devices Consumer Product List (CPL)
Police Traffic Radar Speed Measuring Devices Consumer Product List (CPL)
The Posse Comitatus Act: What Does It Mean to Local Law Enforcement?
By John W. Probst, Lieutenant Colonel and Commander, 90th Missile Security Forces Squadron, F. E. Warren Air Force Base, U.S. Air Force
Why Things Go Wrong in Police Work
By Lawrence N. Blum, Ph.D., Police Psychologist, Los Alamitos, California, and Joseph M. Polisar, IACP President and Chief of Police, Garden Grove, California
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