Data Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS)

Introduction to Data Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS)

DDACTS is an operational model that uses the analysis of location-based crash, crime, calls for service and enforcement data to establish effective and efficient methods for deploying resources. This one-or two-hour course will present the philosophy of the DDACTS model and will explore the seven guiding principles that are the core of DDACTS model that reduces social harm to the community. Examples of successful agencies, large and small are explored, as well as the roles of all members of the law enforcement agency in a DDACTS philosophy model. While this is an overview of the DDACTS philosophy, the next steps to implement a DDACTS plan for your agency will be discussed.

This course is designed for state and local law enforcement officers, supervisors, managers, department heads and crime or traffic analysts.

For more information and dates of classes contact:

Bill Sullivan, Law Enforcement Liaison, Region 7
Enforcement and Safety Services
On assignment at NHTSA