The Florida Law Enforcement Liaison (LEL) Program is a grant funded program sponsored by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and the National Highway
Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The goal of the LEL program is to reduce traffic related fatalities and injuries by working with law enforcement agencies across the state to boost safety belt
use, reduce drunk driving and encourage traffic safety initiatives.
The initiatives have been designed to promote traffic safety through increased enforcement, reducing the number of overall crashes, and increasing the seat belt usage
rate. Proven by research, it is well known that an increase in traffic enforcement and traffic safety education in a community results in a decrease in motor vehicle crashes, injuries, and
fatalities. In fact, no other single program or strategy works as well as law enforcement in making the roads safer.
These programs complement all training and public information programs that the FDOT and NHTSA implement, to promote traffic safety.
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