• February 26th, 2021

The Alabama Crash Facts Book (CFB) is an annual publication produced in part by CAPS that provides a wide breadth of traffic safety statistics for a variety of constituencies. While most of the users of the CFB are traffic safety personnel, this publication is also intended to serve as a public information conduit. Read the […]

  • 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 […]

  • November 11th, 2019

This document contains examples of water buildup locations on mileposted and non-mileposted roadways. While these examples may be used by some statewide agencies (e.g., ALEA and ALDOT) to address potential problems that could either be fixed or mitigated by enforcement, they also have value in training of local agencies. This training should include instruction on […]

  • October 14th, 2019

The goal of this report is the improvement of traffic safety by mitigating young-driver (aged 16-20) risk-taking. We recognize that there is a wide range of problematic risky behaviors in addition to, or separate from, risk-taking while driving. A significant number of young people are identified and in need of direct help to address serious […]

  • August 14th, 2019

This PowerPoint presents a model of data integration of geo-located weather and roadway data for decision making with the US Department of Transportation, the National Weather Service, and end- users who need integrated data for better roadway weather decision making. The application of this Roadway Weather Data Implementation (RWDI) in Alabama and Georgia serves as […]