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Many roads lead to highway safety because there is no single route that will prevent all fatalities, serious injuries, and crashes regardless of cause. The four Es—education, emergency medical services, enforcement, and engineering—travel multiple roads at various times and for different purposes in order to reduce highway carnage. This Highway Safety–themed issue of Police Chief magazine moves along five different roadways connected by speed reduction, impaired-driving countermeasures, and seat belt enforcement toward achieving highway safety.
Cover photography courtesy of the Cincinnati, Ohio, Police Department.

Articles
Many Roads Lead to Highway Safety
Cincinnati CARS: A Crash Analysis Reduction Strategy
Time Efficiency over Quotas: Program Measures and Balances Public Safety Productivity
10 TIM Concepts for Reducing Crash Frequency and Seriousness
The National Law Enforcement Challenge: Redefined, Refocused, Reenergized
Research in Brief: Estimating the Cost of Crime in Philadelphia
Officer Safety Corner: Tracking Officer Injuries: A Chief’s Duty
From The Administrator: NHTSA: Safety Is Our Top Priority
Columns
   President's Message
   Chief's Counsel
   Technology Talk
   Legislative Alert
Departments
   Advances & Applications
   Highway Safety Initiatives
   Line of Duty Deaths
   New Members
   Products & Services
   Product Update


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