Highway Safety Division Funds Training
The Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS), Office of Grants and Research, Highway Safety Division (HSD), awards federal funds, made available to Massachusetts by the U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, to the MPTC to design, implement, and deliver uniform statewide curriculum. The MPTC is statutorily mandated to set training standards for and provide training to municipal, University of Massachusetts and environmental police officers.
Pamela King is the Statewide Coordinator for Highway Safety Division sponsored programs offered by the MPTC. Please contact Pam with questions related to HSD programs or training not yet offered here. Voice: 781.437.0342 / E-mail: Pamela.King@MassMail.state.ma.us
The crash form was updated in 2013 and MPTC was tasked through a grant from EOPPS/HSD to provide a curriculum and training. This training constitutes 2 hours of training and is presented into two modules; “Why are Crash Data Important and Help with Current Data Fields” and “Help with New Data Fields and Departmental Policy”. Click the link above to access this training.
Highway Safety Division Sponsored Programs offered at training venues outside MPTC police academies.
Standardized Field Sobriety Testing [SFST]