For the fourth consecutive year, University Police at SUNY Oswego received national recognition for its traffic safety enforcement and education program. The department also earned a state award for its work on pedestrian safety.
The International Association of Chiefs of Police awarded Oswego’s University Police second place in the college and university category in the National Law Enforcement Challenge, a traffic safety awards program that recognizes excellent law enforcement traffic safety programs. The award was announced at the IACP Conference in San Diego on Oct. 18.
The New York State Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee also recognized University Police at Oswego during a ceremony in Saratoga Springs on Nov. 15.
For the state award, police departments are judged on their department policies and guidelines, training of officers, incentives and recognition, public information and education, enforcement activity and effectiveness of efforts—all in the areas of speed enforcement, occupant restraint, driving while intoxicated enforcement, and state or local issues. The local issue highlighted was pedestrian safety.
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