92 Alerts From the NMA Tag


Is it Time to “Sound Off” about the Use of Lights and Sirens?: NMA E-Newsletter #707

By Stewart Price, NMA Programs Officer All of us are gradually going deaf. The world is getting louder save for the isolationists that have gone off the grid. Could that prompt Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and law enforcement to make sirens louder? Should flashing lights burn brighter and more intensely to capture our attention? For […]

Civil Asset Forfeiture in Indiana Goes Beyond Policing for Profit: NMA E-Newsletter #701

Initially created to take down drug lords, civil asset forfeiture has morphed into an excuse by federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies to confiscate cash and other property regardless of whether a person is charged with a crime. The Indiana Supreme Court recently ruled that the government must prove it is ‘entitled’ to keep […]

Countering the Safe Streets/Vision Zero Mindset: NMA E-Newsletter #699

Recently, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issued its estimate of 2021 U.S. traffic fatalities. A Reuters headline blared, “U.S. traffic fatalities surge 10.5% in 2021 to highest count since 2005,” followed by the lede, “Traffic deaths surged after coronavirus lockdowns ended in 2020 as more drivers engaged in unsafe behavior like speeding and […]

Become the Tracker, not the Tracked: NMA E-Newsletter #684

Legislation is commonly used to codify public policy, whether good, bad, or indifferent. Perhaps more than you might expect, bills introduced in the U.S. Congress and state legislatures can have undue influence on how we drive, where we drive, and what controls are in place to punish offenders. We developed the NMA Bill/Regulation Tracker (Tracker) […]

And So It Begins—Vision Zero from the Top Down: NMA E-Newsletter #682

US Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg recently announced that his department wants to drastically reduce deadly traffic accidents through vehicle and street design changes. The USDOT also plans to use $14 billion in funding from the passage of the bipartisan infrastructure bill to encourage the states to make extensive use of speed cameras to enforce lowered […]

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