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Register your agency for the 2014 Click It or Ticket Incentive Program

 

New 4 hr Distracted Driving Law Enforcement Course

Beginning October 1st, 2013, our Law Enforcement Liaison (LEL) program will offer a new free 4 hour TCOLE Distracted Driving - Law Enforcement course. The purpose of this course is to help Law Enforcement Officers understand the risks associated with distracted driving. Law Enforcement Officers will realize the effect it can have while operating emergency vehicles after attending this course. The potentially tragic consequences of distracted driving should heighten their awareness so they can reshape their attitudes/beliefs to adapt a self-disciplined standard of focused attention to safe driving—as well as influencing their peers, friends and families. If  interested, please contact us to schedule a course for your department. Contact information is provided on the flyer below.

We look forward to working with your department!

Click here for the Distracted Driving: Law Enforcement flyer

 

Congrats to the 2013 IDM Incentive Winners:


          Impaired Driving Mobilization 
          Incentive Award $3,000

            Agency District
Daingerfield Police Department ATL
Hutto Police Department AUS
Taylor Police Department AUS
Bastrop County Sheriff Office AUS
Hunstville Police Department BRY
Karnes City Police Department CRP
Alice Police Department CRP
Refugio Police Department CRP
Texas A&M University Kingsville Police Department CRP
Azle Police Department FTW
Keene Police Department FTW
Saginaw Police Department FTW
Lake Worth Police Department FTW
Kemah Police Department HOU
Hitchcock Police Department HOU
Fulshear Police Department HOU
Fort Stockton Police Department ODA
Denison Police Department PAR
Elsa Police Department PHR
Kerrville Police Department SAT

 

Training Courses

The Law Enforcement Liaison Grant is proud to offer a Law Enforcement Distracted Driving Course. Registration for the courses is ongoing and information on the courses is below.

Distracted Driving Course Information

 

 

Mission Statement

 

The primary mission of the Statewide Distracted Driver Education and Comprehensive Law Enforcement Liaison (LEL) Support Project is to promote traffic safety throughout the State of Texas. Work in a supportive role with the Texas Department of Transportation and provide technical assistance to law enforcement agencies. To deliver education in the area of distracted driving to teens, adults and law enforcement personnel to reduce crashes, injuries, and fatalities. 

 

 

Traffic Safety Newstories from around Texas

Traffic Safety Newstories from around Texas
 
   
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In the News...

Distractions Lead to Frequent Police Crashes in Texas

 

App allows parents, employers to prohibit texting while driving

 

Distracted Driving Awareness Month Is Here

 

Distracted driving campaign to begin in Wanaque & Butler

 

Dom Tiberi urges more awareness of distracted driving

 

Does Google Glass Distract Drivers? The Debate Is On

 

OUR VIEW: Distracted driving facts good lessons for everyone

 

Distracted Driving Awareness Month: Cell phone use increases accidents

 

Senators call on automakers to share more information about fatal accidents

 

1 in 14 motorists admit to taking 'selfies' while driving

 

Text While Driving In The Bay Area And You Might End Up On A Billboard

 

N.H. Court Upholds Assault Conviction in Texting-While-Driving Case

 

Distracted Driving Raises Crash Risk

 

Exclusive: Google sets roadblocks to stop distracted driver legislation

 

Fear of death may curb youthful texting and driving

 

Court rules it is OK for drivers in California to check mobile maps

 

Distracted driving an issue in Delaware ... but it can wait until after the snow

 

Senator tries to curb distracted driving with summit

 
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