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Published by coordinator, 2020-12-31 12:04:59

1st Quarter LEL BOLO 2020-2021

Florida Law Enforcement Liaison Program Newsletter "LEL BOLO" 12-30/2020

LEL BOLO NEWSLETTER

Funded by

WHAT’S IN THIS ISSUE

2021 Quick
Reference Guides
are available at:
www.floridalel.info

FLORIDA 2020 FATALITY REPORT*

Florida Traffic Safety Dashboard
The new Florida Traffic Safety Dashboard is
public-facing and does not require system
access or a password. It is designed to
provide a high-level, visual overview of the
current crash trends in relation to Florida’s
Strategic Highway Safety Plan emphasis
areas as we work to drive down roadway
fatalities and serious injuries. The
dashboard allows users to filter data by year,
law enforcement agency, traffic safety focus
area, fatality/injury severity, and location
which includes state, DOT district,
MPO/TPO, and county.

Traffic safety partners working with or for a public agency in need of analyzing additional, more detailed data should utilize the full Signal Four Analytics system to further filter
crash and citation data elements to create maps and statistical reports. The updated system still requires approved system access but is now accessible through any web
browser such as Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Safari. Existing users can utilize their current credentials. They can access the system by clicking on the person icon on the top
right-hand side of the Traffic Safety Dashboard screen to experience a new updated look with a more user-friendly interface. The menu to access all the functions offered at
this time is located on the top left-hand side of the Signal Four Analytics logo at the top horizontal bar.

Note that this first version of the Event Analysis does not yet include all the features of the current Internet Explorer version. The missing features will be added gradually in
the coming weeks. The Internet Explorer version will continue to be available for users that may need it until the full migration to the new version is completed.

Both the updated system and the new dashboard can be found at: www.signal4analytics.com * As of 12/30/2020

FDOT FUNDING

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) State Safety Office awards • Aging Road Users
subgrants to traffic safety partners that undertake priority area programs and • Community Traffic Safety
activities to improve traffic safety and reduce crashes, serious injuries, and fatalities. • Distracted Driving
Subgrants may be awarded for assisting in addressing traffic safety deficiencies, • Impaired Driving
expansion of an ongoing activity, or development of a new program. • Motorcycle Safety
Subgrants are awarded to state and local safety-related agencies as "seed" money to • Occupant Protection and Child Passenger
assist in the development and implementation of programs in traffic safety priority
areas. Funding for these subgrants are apportioned to states annually from the Safety
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) according to a formula based • Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety
on population and road miles. Occasionally, additional funding may be available for • Police Traffic Services
projects in other program areas if there is documented evidence of an identified • Speed and Aggressive Driving
problem. • Teen Driver Safety
• Traffic Records
• Traffic Record Coordinating Committee

(TRCC)
• Work Zone Safety

FDOT FUNDING - CONTINUED

ELIGIBILITY

Many types of organizations are eligible to receive traffic safety subgrant funding:
government agencies, political subdivisions of state, local, city and county
government agencies, law enforcement agencies, state colleges and state
universities, school districts, fire departments, public emergency service providers,
and certain qualified non-profit organizations (e.g., MADD, SADD, etc.).

FUNDING CYCLE

Subgrants are awarded on a federal fiscal year basis (October 1–September 30).

January 1–Last day of February—Entities interested in applying for funding
submit concept papers describing their proposed efforts for the next award
cycle beginning October 1.
August–September—Entities are notified as to whether or not their concept
paper has been selected and additional information on how to complete the
Subgrant for Highway Safety Funds.
October 1—Subgrant fiscal year begins
September 30—Subgrant fiscal year ends

For more information contact Chris Craig @ (850) 414-4009

UPCOMING CAMPAIGNS

SAVE THE DATES:

BORDER 2 BORDER SAFETY CAMPAIGN – 05/17/2021
CLICK IT OR TICKET – 05/17/2021 TO 05/31/2021
OPERATION SOUTHERN SHIELD – 07/19/2021 TO 07/24/2021
DRIVE SOBER OR GET PULLED OVER - 08/16/2021 TO 09/07/2021
2021 HANDS ACROSS THE BORDER – 08/23/2021 TO 08/27/2021

AVAILABLE For more information, visit:
TRAINING
www.iptm.org/grant
ATTN FLORIDA LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS
THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION HAS APPROVED TUITION
FUNDING FOR 18 IMPAIRED DRIVING AND
CRASH INVESTIGATION COURSES! SEVENTY-
FIVE (75) COURSES HAVE BEEN SCHEDULED
IN 24 CITIES THROUGHOUT FLORIDA,
INCLUDING TWO NEW COURSES - DIGITAL
PHOTOGRAPHY FOR TRAFFIC CRASH
INVESTIGATORS AND FORENSIC EVIDENCE
FROM CRASH FATALITIES. THE FULL GRANT-
FUNDED SCHEDULE IS AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE UNDER TRAINING ON THE MAIN
MENU. HELP US GET THE WORD OUT TO AS
MANY FLORIDA LEOS AS POSSIBLE!

FOR MORE INFORMATION

For more information, visit:


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