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The Traffic Law Enforcement Program includes a variety of projects and countermeasures which include:
2015 Photo Radar Executive Summary Report
Speed overtime grants are not on an open competitive process rather they are based on annual speed-related crash data. The Transportation Safety Division analyzes the crash data and determines effective countermeasures and contacts specific police agencies directly to offer specific enforcement projects based on identified problem areas.
In the last five years, the Transportation Safety Division has purchased hundreds of pieces of traffic safety related police equipment for city, county and state police agencies. Other types of equipment such as "in-car" video cameras have also been purchased through our Impaired Driving Program and local regional safety coordinators Some radar trailers have been purchased for community-based speed awareness campaigns.
Based on available funding, speed-equipment grants are announced by local regional transportation safety coordinators. Requests for proposals are sent out to local police agencies via US Mail. A general application process follows the proposals and agencies that show a need for speed equipment are selected from the group until the funds have been spent for that year.
Regional Coordinator Contacts
Region 1: Portland Metro Area Kristie Gladhill 503-731-8477 Region 2: Salem Area / North Coast Nicole Charlson 503-986-2763 Region 3: Roseburg Area / South Coast Rosalee Senger 541-957-3657 Region 4: Bend Area / Central Oregon Chris Cheng 541-388-6429 Region 5: La Grande / Eastern Oregon Billie-Jo Deal 541-963-1387
Instruction Manual - Police Traffic Crash Forms (for law enforcement use)Instruction Manual updatesPolice Traffic Crash Form 46APolice Traffic Crash Supplemental Form 46BPolice Traffic Crash Truck Bus Supplemental Form 47
Drivers must now move over to a non-adjacent lane (or slow down) when approaching the rear of a police fire and ambulance vehicles, as wells as tow trucks or roadside assistance vehicles on the roadway.
These brochures have been distributed to assist in the public education effort as it relates to speeding for following too close.
Control the Speed, Control the DamagePolice are Ticketing Tailgaters
Kristin TwengeProgram Manager503-986-4446
Transportation Safety DivisionODOT-TLC Building, MS 34040 Fairview Industrial Drive SESalem, OR 97302-1142
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