Avoiding Traffic Fatalities—Training, Preparation, and Technology

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01-14-2021 1:00 PM - 2:00 PMAmerica/New_York
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January 14, 2021

This important panel discussion, created as the third in the Destination Zero Year-End Fatality Report and Program Series, a series of programs to supplement the January 11, 2021 release of the 2020 Officer Fatality Report, will include the importance of proper training on identifying a Smart Risk v. Risk, manipulation of an officer's physical environment, and creating accountability through technology and peer support.

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