How Agencies Are Increasing Public Safety & Community Relations

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Build goodwill in your community while increasing safety. Slow traffic whenever and wherever you need. The StreetScout is so easy to set up – allowing your department to respond quickly to community speeding complaints. Add the optional SpeedView Traffic Data Computer and you’ll be able to gather the data you need to verify the complaints… Read more »

SpeedLaser/Advantage Products Discontinuation Announcement

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MPH Industries, Inc. values your continued support of our leading technologies. As we continue to develop new products to better service our customers with a broader range of diverse and innovative products, we find it necessary to discontinue or phase out some of our stock items along with the discontinuation of obsolete types of parts,… Read more »

Creativity + Speed Monitor 4 = Safety

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How the cities of Toledo and Winlock, Washington are using Speed Monitor 4 in a creative way to ensure additional safety to motorists and pedestrians. A new speed trailer was not in the budget this year for the nearby cities of Toledo and Winlock, Washington, however thanks to creative thinking the cities were able to… Read more »

Law Enforcement Improving Traffic Safety

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While attending a recent Tennessee Governor’s Highway safety conference, Kelly Conrad, MPH District Sales Manager for the southeastern US, was proud to assist in the production of the October edition of the National Law Enforcement Liaison Program newsletter. Kelly provided an MPH SURE SHOT lidar for the cover photo featuring Rutherford County (NC) Sheriff’s Deputy… Read more »

What is your agency doing for pedestrian safety?

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According to a recent study published by the Governor’s Highway Association, “the number of pedestrian fatalities in the United States (U.S.) increased 25 percent¬†from 2010 to 2015, while at the same time, total traffic deaths increased by about six (6) percent. Pedestrians now account for the largest proportion of traffic fatalities recorded in the past… Read more »