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Middletown Transcript
  • Delaware Troopers join forces to commence the National Drive to Save Lives campaign

  • International Association of Chiefs of Police, United States Department of Transportation and state and highway patrol leaders from more than 40 states announced the Drive to Save Lives campaign at a press conference in New Orleans, La.
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  • International Association of Chiefs of Police, United States Department of Transportation and state and highway patrol leaders from more than 40 states announced the Drive to Save Lives campaign at a press conference in New Orleans, La.
    The implementation of the Drive to Save Lives Campaign is a united effort by state police and highway patrol leaders, to reduce highway fatalities by 15 percent in 2014.
    In order to decrease highway fatalities, state police and highway patrol leaders from the IACP Division of State and Provincial Police will lead a sustained effort over the course of the year that is data driven; focuses on the use of seat-belts and speeding; and targets impaired and distracted driving.  The campaign will also include enforcement actions against the unsafe driving behaviors of the operators of large trucks and buses.

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