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The Safer Way Award
The Safer Way Award Nominations are Now Open | Submit By March 31st
PursuitSAFETY's Safer Way Award recognizes law enforcement officers and department leaders from the United States and Canada who reduce reliance on vehicular police pursuits by finding safer ways to apprehend suspects. 

Safer Way Award recipients receive the award at the annual IACP Conference and Exposition during the Highway Safety Awards Breakfast. PursuitSAFETY provides a complimentary round-trip airline ticket to the conference destination for up to two recipients.  XHAUSTR Industries  supports the award and will present an XHAUSTR Kit to the recipients.

Previous winners include (click on the highlighted name to read their story):
Preventing Broken Hearts, A Campaign to Save Lives
As you celebrate the month of LOVE in February, we ask that you remember us, and our loved ones who cannot be here.

Please make a tax-deductible donation to PursuitSAFETY's "Preventing Broken Hearts" fundraising campaign.

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Check Out Our New Look!
Please take a moment to visit our slick, new website!!  We enhanced our victims' pages to include VINELink, which is the national victim notification network. We added a tribute page and other links so families of victims can easily connect with us. Check it out  

Our well-defined law enforcement section provides officer training tips and videos, the history of the Safer Way Award, our best-rated pursuit policies, legislation, technology, and more. 

We thank Glenn and Carolyn Morshower, everyone at The Artists Playground, Lucas Aragon, Bobby Hulzing, and our financial donors who helped make this new look become a reality.

Four Killed in One Day
Crashes due to vehicular police pursuits kill, on average, at least 3 innocent bystanders every week. On this day, 4 innocent bystanders were killed...

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Family remembers grandmother, children killed in violent crash
ATLANTA - For the second time in three days, a high-speed police chase in metro Atlanta ended with the loss of innocent lives.

Dorothy Smith Wright, 75, of Atlanta was driving to church. Joining Dorothy were her 12-year-old grandson Cameron Costner and 6-year-old Layla Partridge, both of Fayetteville, Ga.
Police: Retired couple killed in wreck by fleeing father, son
GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. -  Police arrested a father and son accused of causing a double fatal wreck after a police chase in Gwinnett County.    According to Gwinnett County police, Kryzysztof Krawczynski, 77, and Elzbieta Gurtler-Krawczynska, 78, of Norcross, were killed when their Mercedes-Benz was hit by a white Crown Victoria in Peachtree Corners late Thursday night.
About Us
PursuitSAFETY, a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is committed to reducing the number of deaths and injuries as a result of vehicular police pursuit and response call crashes. We are working for a safer way to prevent these tragedies from happening to others and to save lives, especially innocent bystanders and police officers.

PursuitSAFETY is a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.