Posts filed under: Law Enforcement Support

MADD May Law Enforcement Officer of the Month Lieutenant Victor Tyson Pooler Police Department, Pooler, Georgia LT Victor Tyson is the Traffic Commander for the Pooler Police Department in Pooler, Georgia. He is a certified Drug Recognition Expert, Field Sobriety...
Officer Kevin Will, Houston, Texas Police Department Memorial Day weekend has historically been a very active weekend for officers to deal with impaired drivers.  May 29, 2011 was a special time for The Houston Police Department’s DWI Task Force and...
Art Acevedo Chief of Police Houston Police Department As the fourth largest city in the United States – and soon to be the third largest – Houston has always had a serious issue with impaired driving.  In fact, Houston has...
Chuck Hayes International Association of Chiefs of Police Oregon State Police Patrol Services Captain (Retired) Drug Evaluation and Classification (DEC) Program Western Region Project Manager Reinforcing the “Three-Legged Stool” to Combat Impaired Driving Despite many positive efforts, impaired driving takes...
MADD April Law Enforcement Support Newsletter – Officer of the Month Lieutenant Don Marose – Minnesota State Patrol Lieutenant Don Marose retired from the Minnesota State Patrol on April 3, 2020.  At the time of his retirement Don was the...
A drugged driver killed my parents.  Oral fluid roadside testing will save lives and save more families from that pain. By Brian Swift In 2013, a logging truck barreled through a red light and slammed into my parents’ car, killing...
Deputy Sheriff Colby Sander – Dewey County, OK Sheriff’s Office Dewey County is a rural county in far western Oklahoma. It’s main economic base is farming and there are miles of rural roads and several state highways within the 1,008...
John Whetsel Sheriff (ret), Oklahoma County OK Chair, Traffic Safety Committee, National Sheriffs Association Chief (ret), Choctaw OK Police Department Past President, International Assn of Chiefs of Police SAY THEIR NAME … There has been so many efforts to curb...
“Ok, I’ll see you in a little bit…”                                                   That morning was no different than any other morning. The air was clear and crisp as I returned home from my overnight shift as a tow truck driver. When I got...
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