John Leibovitz on improving traffic enforcement and safety
Redefining the landscape of traffic enforcement in a society increasingly focused on police reform and community safety
Amid the national debate on police reform, traffic stops have emerged as a focal point of scrutiny, raising pivotal questions about the future of traffic enforcement.
John Leibovitz is the founder and CEO of Passage Safety based in Washington, DC. Passage Safety helps cities examine, enforce and evolve traffic behavior for safer, better and more equitable streets. Leibovitz’s approach, encapsulated in his white paper “From Speed Traps to Safety Zones,” leverages network sensors and insights from behavioral science to create a more effective and equitable automated traffic enforcement system.
Policing Matters podcast host Jim Dudley recently spoke with John about his research and how such advancements could redefine the landscape of traffic enforcement in a society increasingly focused on police reform and community safety.
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