New Federal Rule Seeks to Improve Officer Visibility at Roadside

IMGXYZ1678IMGZYX egrettably, public safety officers regularly have relied only upon their authority to shield them from vehicles they are attempting to direct around or through highway incidents. Objectively, this practice has not been a safe one. In the decade 1996–2005, 121 U.S. law enforcement officers—an average of one per month—were struck and killed by vehicles. … Continue reading New Federal Rule Seeks to Improve Officer Visibility at Roadside