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All Traffic Solutions Donates Equipment to Law Enforcement Challenge Winners

May 22, 2009  | 

The Law Enforcement Challenge is a competition among similar sizes and types of law enforcement agencies in which departments are recognized for their traffic safety efforts. It is coordinated by the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and is supported by a grant from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and funding from private entities.

Along with the IACP and NHTSA, All Traffic Solutions believes an increase in traffic enforcement and education in a community results in a decrease in motor vehicle crashes, injuries and fatalities. To back up this belief, All Traffic Solutions is currently a major contributor to the National Law Enforcement Challenge and a proud sponsor of numerous State LEC events. The goal is to participate in every LEC across the country.

All Traffic Solutions has awarded donations to each state level challenge of its all-new SPEEDsentry Shield radar speed display with data analysis, violator strobe, and wireless PDA. ATS sponsors the National Law Enforcement Challenge by donating an instALERT variable message board with hitch-mount and wireless PDA.

Being recognized as a winner brings a great deal of positive attention to a department, possible benefits at budget time, and enhances an agency's reputation as an innovative department that prioritizes safety. ATS is glad to have the opportunity to support these achievements.

All Traffic Solutions, a division of Intuitive Control Systems, LLC, is headquartered in State College, Pa. This progressive company engineers and manufactures leading-edge traffic safety and management tools for Law Enforcement, Fire and Emergency Management, Public Works and private enterprises. Products are modular, interchangeable, and forward compatible.

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