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Short Report - Due July 28

Law enforcement agencies who participated in the July Speed campaign can report their enforcement activity from July 7-23, on the short report. All grant-funded agencies must report by Friday, June 9. Make sure to View Responses to ensure your report was submitted successfully.

Pedestrian Safety and Enforcement-Specific Media Materials

Pedestrian deaths and have remained constant over the years. Minnesota law enforcement agencies are encouraged to conduct publicized pedestrian law enforcement activity to educate communities — and the back-to-school period is a good opportunity to conduct a campaign. Available to promote an enforcement effort, or general pedestrian safety are: pedestrian safety news release (with option for back-to-school message); general pedestrian safety radio PSA scripts; enforcement-specific news release and enforcement-specific radio PSA script.
 

Strengthened DWI Sanctions and Ignition Interlock Law Information 

Repeat DWI offenders, and first-time offenders arrested at 0.16 and above alcohol-concentration level, must use ignition interlock or face at least one year without a license. Offenders with three or more offenses are required to use ignition interlock for three to six years, or they will never regain driving privileges. Find interlock resources for law enforcement , including a  roll-call video at MinnesotaIgnitionInterlock.org
 

Reducing Teen Crashes, Injuries and Deaths

Traffic crashes are the second leading killer of teens in Minnesota, and the greatest risk is during their first year of licensure. Enforcing Minnesota’s Graduated Driver’s License (GDL) laws can help save teen lives and prevent crashes that devastate families statewide. The 12-minute webinar — “Reducing Teen Crashes, Injuries and Deaths” — covers teen driving risks, GDL laws for teen drivers, the important role law enforcement plays in reducing teen crashes and helpful resources.

Webinar Video Series: Understanding, Recognizing and Handling Drug Impairment in Traffic Safety

Driving under the impairment of legal and illegal drugs ruins lives and presents a challenge for law enforcement. The landscape of drugs is ever-changing. It’s critical for officers to understand the categories of drugs, recognize impairment and properly manage an arrest situation. In this webinar video series, Lt. Don Marose, Minnesota State Patrol, covers the following topics to help law enforcement ensure the safety of all Minnesotans on the road.

Video: Central Nervous System Depressants

Video: Marijuana

Video: Physiology of Drugs

Video: Narcotic Analgesics

Video: DWI Warrants​