SAFE Driving Campaign

The SAFE Driving Campaign is a California POST initiative to reduce the number of law enforcement officers killed and injured in traffic collisions nationwide.  The key to success in this undertaking is to focus on changing attitudes, improving training, increasing accountability, and mobilizing leadership. SAFE stands for Situation-Appropriate, Focused, and Educated driving.

The SAFE Driving Campaign is comprised of three primary components: an Advisory Board, concerned with national awareness efforts; a Research Team, tasked with identifying causes and interventions associated with officer-involved collisions; and a Vehicle Operations and Training Advisory Council (VOTAC), focused on the advancement of best policy and training practices. The Motor Officer Training and Operations Review for Safety (MOTORS) Advisory Group, a subcommittee to the VOTAC, concentrates on best policy and training practices as it specifically relates to law enforcement motors.

Request for Information (RFI) Law Enforcement Driver Simulators

The Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training is providing the opportunity for interested vendors to participate in a Request for Information (RFI) for Law Enforcement Driving Simulators (LEDS).  

The objective of this RFI is to:

  • Gather information about current and innovative technology pertaining to LEDS.
  • Collect information from manufacturers/vendors on the availability of simulators that meet the needs and attributes required by the Commission on POST.
  • Identify manufacturers/vendors of these products. 

Interested vendors are requested to submit the completed Attachment A and any descriptive product literature no later than 5:00 PM (PST) September 1, 2017.

SAFE Driving Campaign