Category: Government Agencies

  • February 11th, 2021

These resources can serve as just in time training for vaccination programs utilizing emergency medical technicians: Training video on COVID-19 intramuscular vaccine administration This video created by the Maryland Institute of Emergency Medical Services Systems (MIEMSS) can be used to provide EMTs with didactic knowledge to administer IM injections. With the exception of the MIEMSS […]

  • January 29th, 2021

Alabama Email: alea-caps.support@ua.edu Phone: 1-800-392-8025 (ALEA Help Support Desk) To schedule eCite training or request an eCite equipment quote, please contact Chastin Qualls at 205-348-0997 or by email. Arkansas Email: movear@asp.arkansas.gov Phone: 501-618-8020 Mississippi Email: mscapssupport@ua.edu Phone: 662-368-2483 User Manuals (Alabama Software Only) ADAPT ADVANCE eCite Training eCrash Data Element eCrash Diagram Drawing Tips eCrash Training eForms FieldNotes FlipChart Logbook MapClick Training Videos For additional […]

  • January 29th, 2021

CAPS provides training for law enforcement and traffic safety professionals specifically for eCite, CARE, and ADVANCE. Training for other CAPS developed software is available upon request. Request Training eCite: Contact us at charris@eng.ua.edu or 205-348-9925 CARE, ADVANCE, Other Software: care@cs.ua.edu For more information on Law Enforcement Training with CAPS, please click here.

  • January 29th, 2021

About The Center for Advanced Public Safety (CAPS) developed electronic citation software, eCite, and did the first beta deployment in 2003. The software was gradually deployed in the beginning as more testing was done. In the summer of 2007 all Alabama state troopers were trained on eCite. Then e-Cite deployments and training focused on municipal agencies. […]

  • January 29th, 2021

CARE Training Sessions CARE is primarily used to analyze crash records although it can be used in other domains. Typically, a CARE training class held once a month at ALDOT for ALDOT engineers and safety personnel. This training is hands on instruction working through exercises for illustration. ADVANCE Training Sessions ADVANCE and SAFETY are web […]

  • January 19th, 2021

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration today issued a final rule to modernize numerous Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards and clarify ambiguities in current occupant protection standards for vehicles equipped with automated driving systems that are designed without traditional manual driver controls. The rule amends several crashworthiness regulations to clarify safety standards for […]

  • January 19th, 2021

2020 was a year of change in how Americans connect, work, and travel. Many of us are under stress—and understandably so. Unfortunately, the pandemic and the resulting economic dislocations and stay-at-home orders have been accompanied by a sharp increase in risky driving and fatal crashes. Most fatal crashes are linked to risky behavior. If you […]

  • January 14th, 2021

Monday, January 11, 2021 WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Transportation (the Department) today released the Automated Vehicles Comprehensive Plan (AVCP). The AVCP lays out the Department’s robust multimodal strategy to promote collaboration and transparency, modernize the regulatory environment, and prepare the transportation system for the safe integration of Automated Driving Systems (ADS). The AVCP […]

  • November 17th, 2020

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), in cooperation with the John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center (Volpe), uses a quantitative model called the Carrier Intervention Effectiveness Model (CIEM) to measure the effectiveness of motor carrier interventions in terms of estimated crashes prevented, injuries prevented, and lives saved. This model provides FMCSA management with […]

  • October 30th, 2020

For most people, the end of Daylight Saving Time on Sunday means gaining an extra hour of sleep, and maybe a reminder to change smoke detector batteries. However, we encourage you to add a new tradition to your safety essentials list when falling back and springing forward: Checking for vehicle safety recalls. Don’t put yourself, […]