Digital Edition: Officer Safety on the Road
In this free guide, we explore how combining tech with proactive, progressive training can make real inroads into reducing the number of cops injured on our roadways
Getting into a squad car may be the most dangerous thing a cop does during a shift. With multiple distractions from MDTs and cell phones, police officers (especially those in one-man cars) face increased risks of being involved in a motor vehicle collision.
This digital edition focuses on how combining tech with proactive, progressive training can make real inroads into reducing the number of cops injured on our roadways.
Download this Police1 Digital Edition, sponsored by Pursuit Response, to learn about:
- How telematics can improve driver performance and help reduce the possibility of vehicle collisions
- The need for strategic assessment of the impact of autonomous vehicles on law enforcement
- How agencies can maintain adequate levels of training for the one activity cops do more than any other while on duty – driving
- Lessons learned about cops’ close calls on the roads from LEO Near Miss, a non-punitive, anonymous reporting system