Data-Driven Approaches to Crime & Traffic Safety 2.0 (DDACTS) National Agency Strategic Planning Session workshop
We are pleased to announce the New York State Sheriffs’ Association (NYSSA) and the New York State Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee (GTSC) will host a Data-Driven Approaches to Crime & Traffic Safety 2.0 (DDACTS) National Agency Strategic Planning Session workshop at the DoubleTree Hotel - 6301 NY 298, East Syracuse, NY 130571 on August 4 – 5, 2021.

The training is being delivered by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement (IADLEST).

NHTSA is funding this workshop, so there are NO tuition or registration expenses for this training.

As you may know, the DDACTS Implementation Workshops have been successfully delivered in over 100 different locations. Over 800 agencies utilize the guiding principles to reduce traffic crashes and crime while building trust and legitimacy in communities throughout the U.S.

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Ideally, an agency should send several individuals to the workshop from different facets of your department representing: Commanders, Supervisors (Lt. or Sgt.), analysts, records, dispatch, etc. Working as a team, these individuals will learn the model and develop a plan to be used when they return to their departments.

Whether this is your first time to attend the workshop or using it as a refresher course, the IADLEST/NHTSA trainers are experts in the field who can offer ideas, methods, and operational skills that make for a better understanding of data analysis and traffic safety.

There is limited space, so please let me know as soon as possible if you’ll be attending this incredible opportunity. Now more than ever, agencies need to justify their traffic stops and community engagement. We look forward to helping you reduce your crashes and crime!

For more information or to register please email:

NYSSA/GTSC Law Enforcement Liaison Anthony D’Agostino
[email protected]
518-376-5305