This committee shall study, consider, and evaluate all matters pertaining to policies, practices, standards, and rates of state and municipal policy organizations relating to traffic accident investigation, traffic records, traffic patrol, traffic law enforcement, organization and administration, and other highway safety functions that may be responsibilities of the membership of the Association; report to this Association for dissemination to its members and interested agencies information and recommendations for the improvement of police traffic management and the promotion of highway safety; make recommendations to the Traffic Institute of Northwestern University relating to its traffic police training programs; and make recommendations to the Association and other interested organizations and agencies of needed research projects essential to optimum highway safety programs by police agencies.
Programs and Subcommittees
Enforcement Technologies Advisory Technical Subcommittee (ETATS)
National Law Enforcement Challenge
Traffic Incident Managements Subcommittee (TIMS)
Traffic Officer Safety Subcommittee
Technical Advisory Panel (TAP)
Highway Safety Desk Book
Impaired Driving Guidebook: Three Keys to Renewed Focus and Success
Manual of Police Traffic Services Policies and Procedures
IACP’s Highway Safety Committee Traffic Safety Strategies for Law Enforcement
Summary of IACP Traffic Safety Strategies for Law Enforcement
Complete Report: Traffic Safety Strategies for Law Enforcement
Police Chief Magazine
P.U.R.S.U.E.: The Training Video
New Federal Rule Seeks to Improve Officer Visibility at Roadside
Highway Safety Initiatives
Lessons Learned: Collecting Data in Officer Traffic Stops
Ohio’s Statewide Effort to End Profiling
Tips for Conducting Professional Traffic Stops
Law Enforcement Policy Recommendation to Reduce Distracted Driving
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