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Back to Archives | July  2011 Contents

How, when faced with shrinking budgets and resources, should law enforcement executives ensure that traffic safety activities remain a priority? The answer to this question lies in the use of data-driven practices to deploy resources and conduct enforcement and other traffic-related activity. The availability of data and analytical processes is improving daily for both large and small agencies. Cover images courtesy of the Baltimore County, Maryland, Police Department.
Articles
Data-Driven Practices Maximize Resources amid Shrinking Budgets
Traffic Incident Management: Protecting Officers, Saving Lives, and Ensuring the Surface Transportation System’s Efficiency
Serious about Seat Belts
The Changing Face of Vehicle Theft
Preventing Traffic-Related Line-of-Duty Deaths
Keeping Our Roadways Safe with Speed-Measuring Devices: The Importance of Maintaining Confidence in Their Accuracy
Engaging the Public and Protecting Agencies and Personnel on Facebook and Beyond
Using Technology to Take Community Policing to the Next Level
Protecting Officers Online, Off Duty: How Police Chiefs Can Safeguard Officers with Policy Guidance on Social Networking
IACP Foundation: Law Enforcement Business Fellowship Program Expanded; Candidates Announced
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