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  • All fields: Highway Safety Office, Oklahoma
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    • Work zone crashes (2011)

    • In 2011 there were 1,979 reported crashes in Work Zones on Oklahoma roads. This represents 2.9% of the total 68,967 crashes reported in 2011. Seventeen crashes involved at least one fatality and 675 involved at least one injured person. These...
    • Independence Day holiday 2011

    • The 2011 Independence Day Holiday was a total of 78 hours which began at 6 p.m. on Friday, July 1 and ended at midnight on Monday, July 4. During this time period, there were five persons killed in five fatal crashes.
    • Christmas holiday (2011)

    • The Christmas Holiday period in 2011 was a total of 78 hours that began at 6 p.m. on Friday, December 23 and ended at midnight on Monday, December 26. During this time period, four persons were killed in three fatal crashes. Three of the fatalities...
    • School bus crashes (2011)

    • In 2011, 186 crashes involving a school bus were reported in Oklahoma - less than one percent of the total 68,967 crashes. There were two fatal crashes and 54 injury crashes.
    • New Year holiday (2012)

    • The New Year Holiday period in 2012 was a total of 78 hours that began at 6 p.m. on Friday, December 30, 2011 and ended at midnight on Monday, January 2, 2012. During this time period, six persons were killed in six fatal crashes. One of the...
    • Memorial Day holiday 2011

    • The 2011 Memorial Day Holiday was a total of 78 hours which began at 6 p.m. on Friday, May 27 and ended at midnight on Monday, May 30. During this time period, there were seven persons killed in seven fatal crashes. Two of the seven fatalities...
    • Labor Day holiday 2011

    • The 2011 Labor Day Holiday was a total of 78 hours, which began at 6 p.m. on Friday, September 2 and ended at midnight on Monday, September 5. During this time period, there were six persons killed in four fatal crashes. One of the six fatalities...
    • Thanksgiving holiday (2011)

    • The Thanksgiving Holiday period in 2011 was a total of 102 hours which began at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, November 23 and ended at midnight on Sunday, November 27. During this time period there were six persons killed in four fatal crashes. One of the...
    • Fatalities in crashes (2011)

    • In 2011, there were 696 fatalities in 209 fatal crashes in Oklahoma. Fatal crashes decreased 1.1% from 616 to 2010 to 609 in 2011 while fatalities increased 4.2% from 668 in 2010 to 696 in 2011.
    • Memorial Day holiday 2012

    • The 2012 Memorial Day Holiday was a total of 78 hours which began at 6 p.m. on Friday, May 25 and ended at midnight on Monday, May 28. During this time period there were 11 persons killed in 10 fatal crashes. Two of the 11 fatalities occurred in...
    • Annual report, 2011/12

    • The Oklahoma Transportation Center is a National University Transportation Center sponsored by the United States Department of Transportation’s Research and Innovative Technology Administration.; Preparation of this year's annual report provided...
    • Official Oklahoma traffic collision report instruction manual

    • Police reports--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.;Traffic accidents--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
    • The official Oklahoma Traffic Collision Report provides an important tool in documenting the facts surrounding a traffic collision. The information contained in the report is necessary as a reference in determining who, what, when, where, and how...
    • Drivers age 65+ in crashes (2011)

    • In 2011, drivers age 65+ represented 13.6% of Oklahoma's total population, 17.7% of the total licensed drivers and 8.7% of all drivers involved in crashes. These percentages show a slight increase over previous years.
    • Partners in prevention : partnering for prevention

    • Drunk driving--Oklahoma--Prevention.
    • Why We Partner with Others * As a Group, we have More Power to Make a Substantial Difference in Making Changes than we do as Individuals. * To Address the Societal Issues we face because of Impaired Driving, we must Invoke Holistic Strategies to...
    • Impaired driving arrests : the law enforcement perspective

    • Drunk driving--Oklahoma.; Drugged driving--Oklahoma.; Drinking and traffic accidents--Oklahoma.
    • How do law enforcement officers contact impaired drivers? * Enforcement Stops : Vehicles in Motion * Vehicle Collisi9ons : O.S. 22-196.A.5 * Citizen Reports : 911 and *55 calls * Police Roadblocks : DL/Vehicle safety vs. DUI * General Patrol & APC...
    • ADSAC : standardized treatment options for license reinstatement

    • Drunk driving--Oklahoma.; Drugged driving--Oklahoma.; Drivers' licenses--Oklahoma.; Substance abuse--Oklahoma--Prevention.
    • Commonly reported causes of automobile accidents; COSTS * Alcohol and other drug abuse is the number one public health problem in Oklahoma and the nation.; Cost of impaired driving for Oklahoma; ADSAC Alcohol & Drug, Substance Abuse Court
    • Underage drinking : retail access

    • Drunk drdiving--Oklahoma--Prevention.; Youth--Alcohol use--Oklahoma--Prevention.
    • 2Much2Lose Oklahoma's underage drinking prevention initiative that promotes environmental prevention strategies throughout the state. 2M2L is based on the Environmental Prevention Model.
    • Community-based reentry programs using electronic technology

    • Community-based corrections--Oklahoma.; Electronic monitoring of parolees and probationers--Oklahoma.
    • History of Electronic Monitoring Programs; GPS Statute and DOC Policy Criteria; Eligibility and Exclusionary Criteria; Offenders on GPS/EMP Programs; Comparison Cost of Community Incarceration; FY 2011 Data; GPS Equipment; GPS Vendor; Overall...
    • Assessment issues

    • Drunk driving--Oklahoma.; Drugged driving--Oklahoma.; Substance abuse--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma. Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services--Rules and practice.
    • ADSAC is an acronym for; ALCOHOL AND DRUG, SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES; This phrase is found in Title 47 Motor Vehicle Code and refers to the entire process of assessment, education and treatment.
    • The DUI driver and revocation of driving privileges in Oklahoma

    • Drunk driving--Oklahoma.; Drivers' licenses--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma. Department of Public Safety--Rules and practice.
    • [outline of procedures]; I. Person is arrested; II. Officer's affidavit sent to Department of Public Safety; III. Request made for hearing; IV. Administrative Hearing; V. Appeal of Administrative Order; VII. Supreme Court Appeal; VIII. Length of...
    • Underage drinking : social access

    • Drunk driving--Oklahoma--Prevention.; Youth--Alcohol use--Oklahoma--Prevention.
    • 2Much2Lose Oklahoma's underage drinking prevention initiative that promotes environmental prevention strategies throughout the state.
    • Legislative update on traffic-related offenses

    • Drunk driving--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.
    • Driving Under the Influence HB 1319: Amends 47 O.S. section 11-902; Failure to Carry Insurance HB1520: Amends 47 O.S. section 7-606; Swezey Act SB529 : Amends 47 O.S. section 6-111; Negligent Homicide HB1507: (AKA: Aaron's Law); Boating Under the...
    • Reducing recidivism

    • Drunk driving--Oklahoma.
    • Identifying the Issues What Works, What Doesn't; Trends Refusal to Test; Trends Gender; Who gets a DUI?; Effectiveness of the Current System; What Works Evidence Based Practices; What Doesn't Work; ADSAC
    • Alternatives to incarceration

    • Sentences (Criminal procedure)--Oklahoma.; Drunk driving--Oklahoma.
    • table format: Program; Statutory Authority; Probation Eligible; Statutory Preventors; LSI Required; Violent Priors; Statutory Requirements; Supervision; Program Requirements; Cost
    • Toxicology Unit

    • Drunk driving--Oklahoma.; Drugged driving--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma. State Bureau of Investigation--Rules and practice.; Forensic toxicology--Oklahoma.
    • Overview of Laboratory Operations 1. Samples collected in cases of DUI/DUID, other felonies or suspicious circumstances. 2. All samples are analyzed for alcohol content and preliminarily screened for drugs. 3. If burden of proof for DUI is not met...
    • DUI 101

    • Drunk driving--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.; Drugged driving--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.;
    • Oklahoma Laws on Impaired Driving * Title 47 has most crimes in it * In a nutshell, it is okay to drink and drive in Oklahoma, but it is not okay if the alcohol is at a point where it impairs your ability to safely drive or where you are driving...
    • Ignition interlocks : what they are & why we care

    • Alcohol ignition interlock devices--Oklahoma.; Drunk driving--Oklahoma.
    • What They Are; How does it work?; Sensor technologies and accuracy; Mouth alcohol and environmental influences; NHTSA Model Specifications; Technical standards; Running retest; Device certification and licensing; Installation; Tampering and...
    • Seat belt observation study, summer 2012

    • The 2012 statewide survey of safety belt use in Oklahoma was conducted in 19 counties at 299 observation sites during the month of June. The sampling procedures were entirely new in response to rule changes issued by the National Highway Traffic...
    • Technical assessment of the impaired driving program

    • Drinking and traffic accidents--Oklahoma.; Drunk driving--Oklahoma.; Drugged driving--Oklahoma.
    • The purpose of the assessment is to allow State management to review all components of a given highway safety or EMS program, note the program's strengths and accomplishments, and note where improvements can be made. The assessment can be used as a...
    • 2012 motorcycle helmet survey

    • Motorcycle helmets--Oklahoma.; Traffic safety--Oklahoma--Surveys.
    • The University of Central Oklahoma, College of Education and Professional Studies, Department of Adult Education and Safety Science, Industrial Safety Program conducted a 2012 survey of the use of motorcycle helmets for the Oklahoma Highway Safety...
    • Annual report, 2012/13

    • Executive Summary The 2013 fiscal year has been a challenging and rewarding year in the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office. There were several personnel changes within the office this year, including Toby Taylor’s appointment as Assistant Director,...


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