From cell phones to navigation systems, distracted driving is ever-present on our roads today. Recent studies have shown that distracted driving by law enforcement officials – who are often required to use radios, computers and operating emergency lights and sounds – is on the rise. With the difficult job of looking out for the safety of our communities, police officers cannot afford to put themselves at any more risk by multitasking at the wheel.
In an article recently published in American City & County, OneBeacon Government Risks’ (OBGR) Julie Frisbey Decker offers insight on how officials can avoid distracted driving by minimizing or removing in-vehicle distractions and obstructions. Read the full story>>