About the Conference
This conference provides a forum for sharing information on best practices in engineering, enforcement, education, and emergency medical/health services and for identifying new approaches to reducing the number of traffic fatalities and life-changing injuries on Minnesota roads.
The conference is offered by the Minnesota Toward Zero Deaths Program and the Minnesota Departments of Public Safety, Transportation, and Health. The conference is hosted by the University of Minnesota's Center for Transportation Studies and facilitated by the College of Continuing and Professional Studies.
At this conference, you will:
- learn about CPS technical updates
- hear from EMS responders
- find out what’s new in law enforcement on traffic safety
- get the latest on traffic engineering techniques for improving safety
- explore best practices for establishing traffic safety coalitions
- discover new ideas through research
- learn how technology can affect the courtroom
- learn the latest on drugged driving
Who Should Attend
- Child Passenger Safety Advocates
- City and County Engineers
- Departments of Transportation, Public Safety, and Health Employees
- Driver Educators
- Drug Recognition Evaluators
- EMS and Health Care Personnel
- Government Employees
- Law Enforcement Officials
- Local and State Elected Officials
- Probation Staff
- Public Health Officials
- Safe Communities Coalitions
- Traffic Safety Stakeholders
Each year at the annual conference the TZD program gives awards to recognize individuals who have demonstrated excellence in their efforts to move Minnesota toward zero deaths. Presentations include the Kathy Swanson Outstanding Service Award and the annual Star Awards.
For further information about the conference, please contact Abigayle O'Keefe at firstname.lastname@example.org.