West Chicago PD takes second in state traffic safety challenge
The West Chicago Police Department received second place in the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police Illinois Traffic Safety Challenge.
The Illinois Traffic Safety Challenge is a competition between law enforcement agencies that are evaluated on enforcement initiatives, innovative problem solving in their communities, use of public information, and creation of departmental policies that support their traffic enforcement campaign efforts.
The Traffic Safety Challenge provides law enforcement agencies with an opportunity to make a significant difference in the communities they serve. Winning programs effectively combine many different strategies to reduce crashes and injuries in their jurisdiction.
The challenge rewards creativity, commitment and innovation in traffic safety. The program format is designed to encourage agencies to set comprehensive goals, develop positive traffic safety programs, share their experiences with others and strive to have the best overall traffic safety program in Illinois.
It is coordinated by the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police Traffic Committee with supported from a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration grant administered through the Illinois Department of Transportation, Division of Transportation Safety, and funding from private entities.
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