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Published by coordinator, 2018-07-22 19:29:32

June 2018 BOLO

June 2018 BOLO

LEL BOLO

Florida Law Enforcement Liaison News June 2018

Annual Florida Law Enforcement Awards
Ceremony

This year’s event is Thursday, July 12 and Fri-
day July 13, 2018, at Renaissance SeaWorld
Orlando, FL.

The Florida Law Enforcement Traffic Safety
Challenge recognizes the best overall traffic
safety programs in Florida. The areas of con-
centration include efforts to enforce traffic
safety laws and educate the public about dis-
tracted and impaired driving, motorcycle safety,
occupant protection and child passenger safety,
pedestrian and bicycle safety, speed and aggres-
sive driving, and other area issues that impact
the safety of roadway users. This challenge
supports the goal of encouraging increased
statewide enforcement of traffic safety laws to
reduce traffic crashes, serious injuries, and fa-
talities.

Florida Click It or Ticket
Challenge & Border to
Border Event

The 2018 Memorial Day Click It or Ticket National Enforcement
Campaign begins May 21, 2018 and runs through June 3, 2018.
The reporting period for this campaign will begin on June 4, 2018
and run through June 30, 2018. The 2018 Click It or Ticket En-
forcement campaign kicks off with the Border to Border enforce-
ment operation with the participation of 35 States. The enforce-
ment period for the Border to Border kick off will be from 4PM
to 8PM on May 21, 2018. The reporting period for the B2B activ-
ity will be from May 22, 2018 through June 3, 2018.
**NEW** Reports now will be entered at: www.floridalel.info
The B2B report will be the first report we are capturing on the
LEL info site.There is no log in required!

FGCU PD stop a driver for ne Seat Belt

4th of July Impaired Driving En-

forcement Campaign Most

Americans do not realize that July

4th is one of the deadliest holi-

days in Florida due to alcohol

impaired driving crashes. Local

law enforcement will be cracking

down on impaired driving

through education, en-

forcement, and saturation patrols.

For more information and materials visit:
http://www.trafficsafetymarketing.gov/july4th

Click It or Ticket is a Na-
tional Event! Thank you
for being part of the mes-
sage to Buckle Up.

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

supports the annual Click It or Ticket law enforcement mobilization, bringing together the

power of 10,000 agencies across the nation to crack down on seat belt use laws. The cam-

paign is targeted to all drivers, but especially the hard-to-reach males ages 18-34 who re-

search shows are far less likely to wear seat belts.

Click It or Ticket is a multi-pronged campaign that combines on street enforcement with a
national media buy campaign that airs across TV, radio, internet, and social media to con-
vey the message that officers are out enforcing seat belt laws. The ads, which will air in
English and Spanish, generate awareness of stepped-up enforcement of seat belt laws and
the increased chance of getting a ticket if you’re not buckled up.

The National Law Enforcement Liaison Program (NLELP) was
created by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
(NHTSA) and the Governors Highway Safety Association
(GHSA), funded by NHTSA under a cooperative agreement.The
purpose of the program is to enhance communications between
LELs, ensure greater coordination of LEL activities nationwide, cre-
ate and support LEL training and guidance workshops to increase
the knowledge and skills of LELs and provide technical assistance.
The NLELP is designed to strengthen the work of a proven net-
work of highway safety professionals with enhanced communica-
tions tools, updated training, sharing of best practices, exchanging
information on new research, policies, and programs, and highlight-
ing successes.

Institute of Police Technology
Management

Tuition-Free Training for Florida Officers

Title Location Start End
Date Date
DWI Detection (SFST) Refresher Pensacola
6/4/18 6/4/18
DWI Detection (SFST) Refresher
Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement Panama City 6/5/18 6/5/18
Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement Fort Pierce 6/6/18 6/7/18
Largo, Florida 6/7/18 6/8/18
Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) School
Jacksonville 6/11/18 6/21/18
DWI Detection (SFST) Refresher Indian River 6/11/18 6/11/18

Data Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety Shores

Medical Foundations of Visual Systems Testing Davie 6/25/18 6/26/18
Marijuana Impaired Driving Detection for Law
Enforcement Jacksonville 6/27/18 6/29/18
Marijuana Impaired Driving Detection for Law
Enforcement Pensacola 6/27/18 6/27/18
Marijuana Impaired Driving Detection for Law
Enforcement Southport 6/28/18 6/28/18
Marijuana Impaired Driving Detection for Law
Enforcement Tallahassee 6/29/18 6/29/18
Marijuana Impaired Driving Detection for Law
Enforcement Lakeland 7/9/18 7/9/18

Medical Foundations of Visual Systems Testing Ocala 7/10/18 7/10/18

Data Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety Tampa 7/25/18 7/27/18

DRE Recertification Training Lake Mary 7/26/18 7/27/18

Jacksonville 8/3/18 8/3/18

Florida Fatality Report

Florida had 948 fatalities
January 1st, 2017 –
May 1st, 2017

Florida had 1,086 fatalities
January 1st, 2018 - May 1st, 2018

That is a difference of 138
Lives Lost, we must do better.

Florida Fatals
January Through May

2017 vs 2018

1100

1050 1086

1000

950

900 948

850 2018
2017

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Kevin Hager [email protected] DIST 1
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Senior Deputy Jimmie Stone Volusia County Sheriff’s Office DIST 6
Lt. Shawn Johnson, West Palm Beach Police Department DIST 4
Joseph A. Stockton Key West Police Department DIST 6
George W. Primm Jr. Martin CSO DIST 6
Sgt. A. Escobar Coral Gables PD DIST 1
DeJesus, Ramon North Miami PD DIST 6
Tim Bales Sarasota City PD DIST 4
Brian Omalley Miami Gardens PD DIST 3
Brian E. Merrifield Martin CSO DIST 3
Lt. Danny McDonald Panama City Beach Police Department DIST 6
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Joseph Companion [email protected] DIST 5
Shayne Stokes City of Fort Pierce DIST 5
DEPUTY CHIEF JOHN PEEK Oakland Police Department DIST 4
Sergeant Scott Behringer, Brevard CSO DIST 2
Officer Dennis Castro Boynton Beach Police Department DIST 1
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Ronnie Keel Police Officer Florida Polytechnic Police Department DIST. 7
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Winners will receive a special gift from your LEL. Thank you for your participation!

Solve This?

Acceleration:

If a vehicle accelerates for 8 seconds, with an
acceleration factor of .17, how much speed will it gain, in
MPH? email your answer to: [email protected]


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