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reducing crimes and crashes,

is DOT's Job. Traffic enforcement is

a logical rationale for a highly visible law

enforcement presence in a community. Its

focus on community collaboration reinforces

the role that partnerships play in

improving quality of life. Finally, by

analyzing the confluence of crime and

crashes, DDACTS lets law enforcement

agencies use effective interventions .

• American Association of Motor Vehicle

Administrators;

• American Probation and Parole

Association;

• Federal Highway Administration;

• Federal Motor Carrier Safety

Administration;

Governors Highway • Safety Association;

• International Association of Chiefs of Police;

• National Criminal Justice Association;

• National District Attorneys Association;

• National Liquor Law Enforcement

Association;

• National Organization of Black Law

Enforcement Executives; and

• National Sheriffs’ Association.

NHTSA, BJA, and NIJ, along with their

national partners, help technical assistance

teams work with local law enforcement

agencies on DDACTS, serve as intermediaries

to identify local partnerships, and obtain

technical assistance from

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