The National Traffic Law Center (NTLC) is proud to be partnered with a multitude of organizations helping us work to improve traffic safety. Please see below for further information on each partner.
The foundation is a research and education organization dedicated to saving lives by preventing traffic crashes and reducing injuries when crashes occur.
AAMVA is a tax-exempt, nonprofit organization developing model programs in motor vehicle administration, law enforcement and highway safety. The association also serves as an information clearinghouse in these areas, and acts as the international spokesman for these interests.
The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility, commonly referred to as Responsibility.org, is a non-profit organization dedicated to fighting drunk driving and underage drinking. Sponsored by national and international distilleries, they use advocacy, research, and innovative approaches to advance their mission.
GHSA represents the state and territorial highway safety offices that implement federal grant programs to address behavioral highway safety issues. The mission is to provide leadership and advocacy for the states and territories to improve traffic safety, influence national policy, enhance program management and promote best practices.
(IIHS) is an independent, nonprofit scientific and educational organization dedicated to reducing the losses — deaths, injuries and property damage — from motor vehicle crashes.
The Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI) shares and supports this mission through scientific studies of insurance data representing the human and economic losses resulting from the ownership and operation of different types of vehicles and by publishing insurance loss results by vehicle make and model.
The traffic safety initiatives of the IACP are dedicated to address common factors that cause these crashes and look to provide guidance, lessons learned and best practices to law enforcement with the hope to prevent this tragic loss of live.
NADCP is a national non-profit corporation which created a common-sense approach to improving the justice system by using a combination of judicial monitoring and effective treatment to compel drug-using offenders to change their lives.
(NAPC) is a national professional association of prosecutor coordinators. It consists of 50 member states and meets at a minimum of twice a year to share and exchange ideas, information and trends that impact state prosecutors.
The National Center for DWI Courts is a professional services division of the National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) designed to raise awareness of the success of DWI Courts, provide training assistance, and research to DWI Courts, and establish new DWI Courts nationwide.
NCSC is the organization courts turn to for authoritative knowledge and information, because its efforts are directed by collaborative work with the Conference of Chief Justices, the Conference of State Court Administrators, and other associations of judicial leaders.
The nation’s top judicial learning institution, its mission is to provide leadership in achieving justice through quality judicial and collegial dialogue.
NRSF is non-profit charitable organization that for more than 50 years has been dedicated to reducing crashes, deaths and injuries on our nation’s highways by promoting safe driving behavior through greater public awareness.
The National Sheriffs’ Association is a non-profit professional association dedicated to providing educational resources and training to sheriffs and affiliated law-enforcement personnel.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is an independent federal accident investigation agency. Since its creation in 1967, the Safety Board’s mission has been to determine the probable cause of transportation accidents and to formulate safety recommendations to improve transportation safety.
This coalition focuses on examining and promoting behavior change strategies and developing a strategic plan for self-driving cars and human-vehicle-roadway communication.
TIRF is an independent, road safety research institute. TIRF conducts scientific research to identify the human causes and effects of road crashes. It develops and evaluates programs and policies to address them, and shares research findings through a wealth of free educational resources and education programs.