Annual Law Enforcement Coordinators' Symposium (LECS)
The Annual Law Enforcement Coordinators’ Symposium (LECS) is conducted for representatives from New Mexico law enforcement agencies participating in ODWI, OBD, 100 Days and Nights of Summer, CIOT, STEP, and other TSD-sponsored enhanced enforcement programs. The LECS provides law enforcement representatives the opportunity to obtain current program information, legal and administrative updates, and to receive Continuing Education Units (CEUs). For more information call (505) 856-6119.
The 2017 LECS will be held May 10-11, 2017, at the Sandia Resort and Casino in Albuquerque.
Click here to register for the 2017 LECS
New Mexico Law Enforcement Training Program (NMLETP)
New Mexico Law Enforcement Training Program (NMLETP) offers a number of trainings to enhance TSD-sponsored program initiatives such as STEP, DWI Sobriety Checkpoint Training, Advanced Crash Investigation, Managing Police Traffic Services, and Radar/Lidar Instructor training. Check out our calendar to view upcoming training dates.
Older Driver Safety Program (ODSP)
The ODSP goal is to reduce older driver crashes, injuries, and deaths in New Mexico. New Mexico is among the first states to develop a comprehensive program. The ODSP is offered free to law enforcement, healthcare providers, and senior services personnel, with unique curriculum tailored to each audience. By empowering older drivers through awareness, education, assistance, and other resources, we can make New Mexico roads safer for all drivers.