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Intensified Seatbelt Enforcement Set to Begin as Thanksgiving Holiday Travel Approaches

Arkansas families have begun making their Thanksgiving holiday preparations. For many Arkansans, the plans include highway travel across the state or nation. Local and state law enforcement officers always wish the safest travels for all, but inevitably the festivities are cut short for some as the result of a motor vehicle crash. The importance of seat belt use is greater than ever and that’s why Arkansas law enforcement agencies are reminding all drivers and their passengers to always buckle-up. It can make the difference between an everlasting tragedy and living to celebrate next year. Read More »

U DRIVE. U TEXT. U PAY

Beginning today and continuing through October 12th, Arkansas law enforcement officers will join forces with the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to participate in a high visibility enforcement effort directed at drivers violating distracted driving laws. Read More »

NO SECOND CHANCES FOR IMPAIRED DRIVERS

As Arkansans prepare to celebrate the final warm weather holiday of the year, law enforcement officers across the state are also making plans to be vigilant and on the lookout for drivers who choose to drink and drive. Read More »

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Arkansas' Toward Zero Deaths program is a statewide awareness campaign led by a multi-agency partnership and supported by funding from the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration and the Federal Highway Administration. It is part of "Toward Zero Deaths: A National Strategy on Highway Safety," developed by a national coalition of traffic safety groups as a more organized and comprehensive way to address highway safety.