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Back to Archives | July  2008 Contents

After impressive reductions in total traffic fatalities in the late 1980s and early 1990s, the traffic fatality trend for the past decade has remained relatively unchanged in the United States. At the same time, however, motorcycle fatalities have increased at an alarming rate. State police in Washington and New York, however, are finding new ways to combat this increasing problem. The diverse strategies these agencies are implementing reflect the complex nature of the problem they face. Photos courtesy of the New York State Police.
FBI Celebrates 100 Years
Reducing Motorcycle Fatalities through Training, Public Awareness, and Legislation: The Washington State Experience
Reducing Motorcycle Fatalities through Checkpoints and Education: The New York State Experience
Georgia's Traffic Enforcement Networks
Nighttime Seat Belt Enforcement in Washington State
Police Facilities Go Green
Achieving Green Building Status: The Fort Collins Police Services Building
Review of Selected Facilities
IACP Foundation: Building a Foundation for Future Leaders
Year of Preventing Identity Crime: Identity Theft Trends: Abuse of Social Security Numbers
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