Enhanced Law Enforcement Campaigns & Reports

ENDWI (formally Operation DWI)

According to statistics from the University of New Mexico Division of Government Research, the number of alcohol-involved crashes in New Mexico declined by roughly 72% since 2000.  Research indicates that public education, combined with highly visible law enforcement, is a powerful tool in decreasing the number of people who drink and drive.

According to University of New Mexico Division of Government Research, in 2014:

  • 44.1% of all fatal crashes involved alcohol.
  • 5% of all crashes involved alcohol.
  • 7.4% of alcohol-involved crashes were fatalities and 43.9% caused injuries.
  • 40.1% of alcohol-involved drivers in crashes were aged 20-29.
  • NM averaged 5.59 alcohol-involved crashes per day in 2014.

ENDWI Reports ​

With the assistance of New Mexico law enforcement personnel, Safer tracks the numbers of DWI arrests and the numbers of other arrests made as a result of ENDWI enforcement efforts.  Data is then compiled into summary reports for evaluation and tracking purposes.  To download an Adobe Acrobat PDF document click on the desired monthly report below:

BKLUP (formally Operation Buckle Down)

Seatbelts and child restraints (car seats and booster seats) save lives, and Safer is dedicated to efforts which increase their proper and consistent use.  According to the UNM DGR, of the people who were wearing seat belts in crashes in 2006 in New Mexico, only 1.6% died or suffered an incapacitating injury, compared with 28.8% of those who were not belted.  Approximately 81% of belted crash victims were reportedly unharmed, compared to only 38% of unbelted occupants. 

The NHTSA reports that using child safety seats decreases the risk of death by an estimated 71% for infants and 54% for older children.

According to University of New Mexico Division of Government Research, in 2014:

  • 83.3% of passenger vehicle occupants reported using a seatbelt at the time of the crash. 
  • 81.9% of passenger vehicle occupants who were belted suffered no injuries compared to 49.7% of those who were unbelted. 
  • 0.1% of passenger vehicle occupants who were belted at the time of the crash were killed compared to 12.8% of passenger vehicle occupants who were unbelted. 
  • 47.7% of unbelted fatalities occurred on rural non-interstate roads.
  • 0.01% of children <13 who were belted at the time of a crash were killed, compared with 5.5% of children who were unbelted.
  • 0.4% of children <13 who were belted at the time of the crash received a suspected serious injury, compared with 3.8% of children who were unbelted.

BKLUP Reports

With the assistance of New Mexico law enforcement personnel, Safer tracks the numbers of arrests made as a result of BKLUP enforcement efforts.  Data is then compiled into summary reports for evaluation and tracking purposes.

Click It Or Ticket

Click It or Ticket (CIOT) is a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration campaign aimed at increasing the use of seat belts among young people in the United States.  The campaign relies heavily on targeted advertising aimed at teens and young adults.  Sixteen law enforcement agencies across the state participate in CIOT enforcement activities annually during the last week of May and the first week of June.

Click It Or Ticket Reports: 

With the assistance of New Mexico law enforcement personnel, Safer tracks the numbers of arrests made as a result of Click It Or Ticket enforcement efforts.  Data is then compiled into summary reports for evaluation and tracking purposes.  To download an Adobe Acrobat PDF document click on the desired report below:

2009 2011 2013 2015
2010 2012 2014  

 

Selective Traffic Enforcement Program 

Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) enables law enforcement agencies to develop traffic enforcement programs to address a specific traffic safety concern affecting New Mexico communities.  Examples of STEP initiatives are DWI enforcement, aggressive driving, speeding, and distracted driving.  Currently 26 agencies conduct STEP activities throughout New Mexico.

Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Reports

With the assistance of New Mexico law enforcement personnel, Safer tracks the numbers of arrests made as a result of Selective Traffic Enforcement efforts.  Data is then compiled into summary reports for evaluation and tracking purposes.  To download an Adobe Acrobat PDF document click on the desired report below:

2009

2011

2013

2015

2010

2012

2014

2016

100 Days and Nights of Summer

100 Days and Nights of Summer Campaign is a New Mexico enforcement program that encourages local law enforcement agencies to conduct checkpoints and saturation patrols during a 100-day period from June through September.  In 2007, the inaugural year of the campaign, traffic fatalities for June, July, and August decreased by 18% compared to the same period in 2006.  In 2012, 53 agencies will be participating in the 100 Days and Nights of Summer campaign. 

100 Days and Nights of Summer Reports

With the assistance of New Mexico law enforcement personnel, Safer tracks the numbers of arrests made as a result of 100 Days and Nights of Summer enforcement efforts.  Data is then compiled into summary reports for evaluation and tracking purposes.  To download an Adobe Acrobat PDF document click on the desired report below:

2009 2011 2013 2015
2010 2012 2014

Location

Administrative Office
9400 Holly Avenue NE, Suite 201
Albuquerque, NM 87122

Injury Prevention Resource Center
3220 Richards Lane, Suite A
Santa Fe, NM 87505

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