Thursday, September 14
Safe streets are not just streets that are safe from traffic fatalities and crashes. In order for a community to be walkable, all community members must feel safe and encouraged to be physically active throughout the neighborhood. Law enforcement can be critical partners in creating and promoting safe communities.
Moderator: Rosemary Agostini, Founder and Past Chief Activity, Sports and Exercise Medicine
For more information on the individual presentations of this session, click on the links below.
- Stacey Beuttell, Program Director, WalkBoston, “Police as Pedestrian Advocates”
- Eric Snyder, Community Resource Officer, Ames Police Department, “Making Change: Creating a Campaign without Breaking the Bank”
- Jeremy Ellison, Toward Zero Deaths Coordinator, St. Paul Police Department and John Mark Lucas, Community Representative, District 12 Community Council-Transportation Committee “Stop For Me!”
- Leigh Ann Von Hagen, PP, AICP, Senior Research Manager, Voorhees Transportation Center, Rutgers University, “Predictable is Preventable: Tracking Pedestrian Near-miss Incidents”