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Southwest Region Battle of the Belt Winners

The program is a six-week-long program, where schools conduct observational safety belt surveys before and after…

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It Only Takes One launches in the Southwest

Traffic crashes are the leading cause of death for youth (15-20) in Missouri, accounting for nearly…

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Additional Southeast Region Coalition Resources

Rollover Simulator
The Rollover Simulator demonstrates a vehicle involved in a rollover accident. The simulator uses dummies…

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Kansas City Region Coalition Resource Links

Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety
Child Safety
Navigating Roundabouts
Rate our Workzones
Safe Routes to School
School Bus Safety
Teen Driving

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Additional Central Region Coalition Resources

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Rollover Crash Simulator Promotes Seat Belt Safety
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A Box of Ideas: Safe Driving Practices

The following is a listing of ideas for encouraging safe driving practices like seat belt use,…

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Three Cole County Schools Win Regional Battle of the Belt Challenge

JEFFERSON CITY – Students at Calvary Lutheran High School, Russellville High School and Cole County R-V High…

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Roadway Fatalities for 2015

Period Ending March 8, 2015

County 2015 to Date Fatalities 2014 to Date Fatalities Change
Boone 2 4 -2
Callaway 1 0 +1
Camden 1 0 +1
Cole 1 3 -2
Cooper 0 -3 -3
Crawford 0 0 n/c
Dent 0 0 n/c
Gasconade 1 0 +1
Howard 0 0 n/c
Laclede 3 0 +3
Maries 1 0 +1
Miller 2 0 +2
Moniteau 1 0 +1
Morgan 1 2 -1
Osage 2 0 +2
Phelps 2 0 +2
Pulaski 0 0 n/c
Washington 2 0 +2
Totals 20 12 +8 (+67%)

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Northeast Region Certified Child Passenger Technicians

Not only is it the law, but it's also the safest place for your child....properly restrained in a…

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Additional Northeast Coalition Resources

NE Coalition Plan for FY18 (July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018)

Speed Trailers
Mark Twain Regional Council…

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