Since March 2016, the Pueblo of Laguna Law Enforcement Program in New Mexico has a new tool at the disposal of its safety officers. With the help of a grant, the Highway Safety Program purchased the Fatal Vision® Goggles, the DIES® mat, and the Smash Match® game as a kit. Those officers haven’t looked back since.
Impaired and distracted driving is a serious problem for every age group but it’s especially problematic for inexperienced teen drivers. To reach them with the safe driving message, it’s important to go the extra mile. And for Robin Bennett of Lexlee’s Kids in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, that means incorporating the Simulated Impaired Driving Experience (SIDNE®) into Ready Set Drive, which is the Lexlee’s Kids young driver safety program.
Verona WI based Innocorp, Ltd. began it success story in May of 1996 after a harrowing family experience with an impaired driver. Starting with product being built on a dining room table, 20 years later Innocorp has grown to become a recognized leader in the development of impaired driving awareness and prevention tools and campaigns used by safety professionals and educators in more than 90 countries.
The Coppell Police Department and Independent School District in Texas goes the “extra mile” with their safety program by teaching their students about the dangers of driving under the influence. This is accomplished by School Resource Officers assigned to each high school addressing the issue in a forensic science class, and using Innocorp’s SIDNE® to help do the job.
James McCulley of McCulley Family Racing in Pine Hill, New Jersey, spent 59 years in car racing. Since he’s built many racecars and investigated crashes, he knows all about safety and what can go wrong behind the wheel.
Mina Farag works for the Children’s Hospital L.A. in its trauma program. While much of the trauma program is concerned with passenger safety for young children, Farag’s programs deal with middle- and high-school youth.
Like many communities within a rural setting, Fort McMurray in Alberta, Canada, has some partying teens. Students believe that good times lie in alcohol and marijuana use. And when teens party, impaired driving isn’t far behind. That’s why the Fatal Vision® Marijuana Simulation Experience Kit helps educate Alberta youth.
Charles Hodges has made a career out of serving the people of Midland and West Texas. The organization he heads up, Stop DWI, Inc., offers educational programs to help stop impaired driving. Hodges counts on the impact of Innocorp products to make a long-lasting impression on the young people he serves.
Getting a lecture on safe driving from an adult is one thing. But engaging with your peers on the subject and leading them to safe conclusions has a lasting impact. In turning Innocorp’s M.E.T.H.O.D.® Campaign over to students in 2014, Project Coordinator Michelle Perdue of the Cabell County Substance Abuse Prevention Partnership (CCSAPP) gave students a chance to lead their peers on the way to safe driving practices.
Verona, Wisconsin…Innocorp, the maker of the Fatal Vision® Marijuana Simulation Experience, will travel to Washington, DC on May 1st to participate in the kick-off event for Global Youth Traffic Safety Month at the National Collegiate Preparatory Public Charter High School. The event is being coordinated by the National Organizations For Youth Safety (NOYS).