The below link to the Drug Recognition Expert Page on the GTSC Website provides the 2017 Training Schedule for the Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (ARIDE) and Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) classes.
The New York State Partnership Against Drowsy Driving (NYPDD), which was created in 2003 and is facilitated by the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH), is a joint effort to educate the public and high-risk groups about the dangers of fatigued/drowsy driving and promote the adoption of preventive strategies
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A comprehensive overview of Ignition Interlock Devices - how they appear, how they work, common circumvention tactics, and enforcement guidance for New York State police officers. Produced by the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police and funded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration with a grant from the Governor's Traffic Safety Committee.
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The Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) law is designed to provide time for young people to gain critical experience in various traffic scenarios in a safe and somewhat controlled manner. Each provision of the GDL is scientifically based to reduce injury and death among young drivers and their passengers. While discretion is the hallmark of policing, issuing a warning to a young driver, instead of a traffic infraction, circumvents the GDL safeguards and reduces the intent and safety benefit of this statute. This GDL pocket guide is an easy reference of restricted activities and violations for DJ and MJ permits and licenses. Please keep it handy and use it while on patrol to enforce the GDL law.
The New York Law Enforcement Challenge Awards Ceremony was held on October 21, 2014 at the Highway Safety Annual Fall Symposium in Lake Placid. The Law Enforcement Challenge is an innovative awards program sponsored by the International Association of Chiefs of Police and Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee that annually recognizes outstanding performance and contributions in traffic safety. The program provides law enforcement agencies with an opportunity to make a difference in the communities they serve and allows agencies to learn from one another and establish future goals in traffic safety enforcement and education. The friendly competition between agencies of similar size and type focuses on national traffic safety priorities that include occupant restraint, impaired driving, speeding, and other specific state/or local traffic safety issues.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNING & PARTICIPATING AGENCIES:
- Village of Geneseo Police Department
- NYS University Police at Oswego
- Cornell University Police
- Town of Manlius Police Department
- University of New York at Buffalo Police
- Town of Bedford Police Department
- Town of Camillus Police Department
- City of Oswego Police Department
Joining DMV Deputy Commissioner Terri Egan, Assistant Commissioner Chuck DeWeese and Director James Allen at the Awards Ceremony (standing left to right):
1st Row, Sergeant Anthony Tostanoski – Cornell University Police; Deputy Commissioner Terri Egan – DMV; Director Jim Allen – GTSC; Assistant Chief Kevin Velzy – SUNY Police at Oswego. 2nd Row, Chief Eric Osganian - Geneseo Police Department; John Coyle - NHTSA Region 2 LEL; Assistant Commissioner Chuck DeWeese – GTSC; Officer Matthew Slate – Camillus Police. Department. 3rd Row, Captain Kevin Schafer – Manlius Police Department, Officer Ben Kapusta – Manlius Police Department.
2014 Challenge Sponsors:
We are extremely grateful to the following law enforcement vendor sponsors for their outstanding support of the Challenge competition:
- ALL TRAFFIC SOLUTIONS
- EMERGENCY SERVICES COMMUNICATIONS
- STALKER RADAR / APPLIED CONCEPTS, INC.
We are also very proud to announce and to congratulate the Village of Geneseo PD, NYS University Police at Oswego, Cornell University Police, and the Town of Manlius
PD for receiving additional National Law Enforcement Challenge competition awards at the International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference held in Orlando, Florida.