Calendar

Jul
6
Wed
Virtual Car Seat Checks @ Virtual Car Seat Checks
Jul 6 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Virtual Car Seat Checks @ Virtual Car Seat Checks

Virtual car seat checks are intended to provide parents and caregivers the opportunity to receive one-on-one education and instruction from nationally-certified child passenger safety technicians on the proper selection, installation, and use of their car seats. Sessions are by appointment only. Call 1-800-231-6145 to schedule an appointment.

To participate in the virtual session, parents and caregivers must have a valid email address, access to the Internet or Wi-Fi, and the ability to use Zoom via the app or website.  Zoom can be downloaded by visiting https://zoom.us/

Additional items required to successfully complete the virtual car seat education session include:

  • Car seat
  • Car seat manual
  • Vehicle manual
  • Laptop or smartphone with video capabilities
  • The child’s exact height and weight
  • Child should be present if possible
  • A second person to assist with camera/video session

Technicians will spend approximately 30 minutes per seat educating parents on the correct selection, installation, and use of their car seats and booster seats, including reviewing the parts of the car seat, how to find and use car seat labels, how to secure a car seat in the vehicle properly using the vehicle seat belt, how to check the seat for proper installation, and how to properly fit and adjust the harness on a child.  Parents and caregivers will also learn important information regarding after-market products, common errors in car seat safety, and be able to ask questions.

Jul
7
Thu
Car Seat Fitting Station (Las Cruces) @ Sisbarro Buick-GMC
Jul 7 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Car Seat Fitting Station (Las Cruces) @ Sisbarro Buick-GMC
This free educational event provides parents and caregivers instruction on the proper selection, installation and use of their car seats from nationally certified child passenger safety technicians.
Technicians will spend approximately 30 minutes per seat educating parents on the proper selection, installation, and use of their car and booster seats. Parents and caregivers will also learn important information regarding common errors in car seat safety and be able to ask questions. If a technician determines a car seat to be recalled, expired, or otherwise unsafe, replacement seats will be available.
To participate in the Car Seat Fitting Station, parents and caregivers should bring their car seat, car seat manual, vehicle manual, and the child should be present if possible. Car seat inspections are by appointment only, no walk-ins will be accepted. All participants are required to follow COVID-Safe protocols, including mask wearing and social distancing.
Car Seat Fitting Stations are a free public service funded by the NMDOT TSD and are available to everyone. For more information or to make an appointment, please call (800) 231-6145 or (505) 856-6143.
Jul
9
Sat
Virtual Car Seat Checks @ Virtual Car Seat Checks
Jul 9 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Virtual Car Seat Checks @ Virtual Car Seat Checks

Virtual car seat checks are intended to provide parents and caregivers the opportunity to receive one-on-one education and instruction from nationally-certified child passenger safety technicians on the proper selection, installation, and use of their car seats. Sessions are by appointment only. Call 1-800-231-6145 to schedule an appointment.

To participate in the virtual session, parents and caregivers must have a valid email address, access to the Internet or Wi-Fi, and the ability to use Zoom via the app or website.  Zoom can be downloaded by visiting https://zoom.us/

Additional items required to successfully complete the virtual car seat education session include:

  • Car seat
  • Car seat manual
  • Vehicle manual
  • Laptop or smartphone with video capabilities
  • The child’s exact height and weight
  • Child should be present if possible
  • A second person to assist with camera/video session

Technicians will spend approximately 30 minutes per seat educating parents on the correct selection, installation, and use of their car seats and booster seats, including reviewing the parts of the car seat, how to find and use car seat labels, how to secure a car seat in the vehicle properly using the vehicle seat belt, how to check the seat for proper installation, and how to properly fit and adjust the harness on a child.  Parents and caregivers will also learn important information regarding after-market products, common errors in car seat safety, and be able to ask questions.

Jul
15
Fri
Selective Traffic Enforcement Program @ Farmington Police Department
Jul 15 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Selective Traffic Enforcement Program @ Farmington Police Department

The Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) class assists law enforcement personnel in developing, implementing, and managing traffic safety programs. Students will learn to apply STEP to traffic problems in their particular area of responsibility. The course is designed for law enforcement personnel, including but not limited to, field officers, first line supervisors, managers, administrators, grant managers, and law enforcement program coordinators.

Click here to register. 

Jul
16
Sat
Car Seat Fitting Station (Carlsbad) @ Carlsbad Police Department
Jul 16 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Car Seat Fitting Station (Carlsbad) @ Carlsbad Police Department
This free educational event provides parents and caregivers instruction on the proper selection, installation and use of their car seats from nationally certified child passenger safety technicians.
Technicians will spend approximately 30 minutes per seat educating parents on the proper selection, installation, and use of their car and booster seats. Parents and caregivers will also learn important information regarding common errors in car seat safety and be able to ask questions. If a technician determines a car seat to be recalled, expired, or otherwise unsafe, replacement seats will be available.
To participate in the Car Seat Fitting Station, parents and caregivers should bring their car seat, car seat manual, vehicle manual, and the child should be present if possible. Car seat inspections are by appointment only, no walk-ins will be accepted. All participants are required to follow COVID-Safe protocols, including mask wearing and social distancing.
Car Seat Fitting Stations are a free public service funded by the NMDOT TSD and are available to everyone. For more information or to make an appointment, please call (800) 231-6145 or (505) 856-6143.
Jul
20
Wed
Virtual Car Seat Checks @ Virtual Car Seat Checks
Jul 20 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Virtual Car Seat Checks @ Virtual Car Seat Checks

Virtual car seat checks are intended to provide parents and caregivers the opportunity to receive one-on-one education and instruction from nationally-certified child passenger safety technicians on the proper selection, installation, and use of their car seats. Sessions are by appointment only. Call 1-800-231-6145 to schedule an appointment.

To participate in the virtual session, parents and caregivers must have a valid email address, access to the Internet or Wi-Fi, and the ability to use Zoom via the app or website.  Zoom can be downloaded by visiting https://zoom.us/

Additional items required to successfully complete the virtual car seat education session include:

  • Car seat
  • Car seat manual
  • Vehicle manual
  • Laptop or smartphone with video capabilities
  • The child’s exact height and weight
  • Child should be present if possible
  • A second person to assist with camera/video session

Technicians will spend approximately 30 minutes per seat educating parents on the correct selection, installation, and use of their car seats and booster seats, including reviewing the parts of the car seat, how to find and use car seat labels, how to secure a car seat in the vehicle properly using the vehicle seat belt, how to check the seat for proper installation, and how to properly fit and adjust the harness on a child.  Parents and caregivers will also learn important information regarding after-market products, common errors in car seat safety, and be able to ask questions.

Jul
21
Thu
Car Seat Fitting Station (Artesia) @ Artesia Fire Station #2
Jul 21 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Car Seat Fitting Station (Artesia) @ Artesia Fire Station #2
This free educational event provides parents and caregivers instruction on the proper selection, installation and use of their car seats from nationally certified child passenger safety technicians.
Technicians will spend approximately 30 minutes per seat educating parents on the proper selection, installation, and use of their car and booster seats. Parents and caregivers will also learn important information regarding common errors in car seat safety and be able to ask questions. If a technician determines a car seat to be recalled, expired, or otherwise unsafe, replacement seats will be available.
To participate in the Car Seat Fitting Station, parents and caregivers should bring their car seat, car seat manual, vehicle manual, and the child should be present if possible. Car seat inspections are by appointment only, no walk-ins will be accepted. All participants are required to follow COVID-Safe protocols, including mask wearing and social distancing.
Car Seat Fitting Stations are a free public service funded by the NMDOT TSD and are available to everyone. For more information or to make an appointment, please call (800) 231-6145 or (505) 856-6143.
Aug
19
Fri
Selective Traffic Enforcement Program @ Rio Rancho Police Department
Aug 19 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Selective Traffic Enforcement Program @ Rio Rancho Police Department

The Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) class assists law enforcement personnel in developing, implementing, and managing traffic safety programs. Students will learn to apply STEP to traffic problems in their particular area of responsibility. The course is designed for law enforcement personnel, including but not limited to, field officers, first line supervisors, managers, administrators, grant managers, and law enforcement program coordinators.

Click here to register. 

Sep
9
Fri
DWI Checkpoint Operation Training @ Las Cruces
Sep 9 @ 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm
DWI Checkpoint Operation Training @ Las Cruces

This day-long training demonstrates how to manage a successful DWI Checkpoint. All aspects of conducting DWI Checkpoints are covered, including objectives, operational plans, legal issues, safety concerns, and the NMDOT guidelines. Students will gain hands-on experience by observing a real checkpoint. This training is designed for law enforcement personnel currently in supervisory capacities.

For more information about this training or other NMLETP trainings, please contact the Program Manager at TEL: (800) 231-6145 or EMAIL: leeanncaldwell@safernm.org

Sep
16
Fri
Selective Traffic Enforcement Program @ Hobbs Police Department
Sep 16 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Selective Traffic Enforcement Program @ Hobbs Police Department

The Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) class assists law enforcement personnel in developing, implementing, and managing traffic safety programs. Students will learn to apply STEP to traffic problems in their particular area of responsibility. The course is designed for law enforcement personnel, including but not limited to, field officers, first line supervisors, managers, administrators, grant managers, and law enforcement program coordinators.

Click here to register.