Connecticut Police Chiefs Association

Traffic Safety mini Summit Addresses Law Enforcement Officers

Published May 11, 2024

CPCA/CT DOT Traffic Safety Summit Addresses Law Enforcement Officers' Priorities

Rocky Hill, CT - The Connecticut Police Chiefs Association (CPCA) and the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CT DOT) joined forces to host a Mini Summit on Traffic Safety Priorities at Channel 3 in Rocky Hill. Commissioner Garrett Eucalitto of CT DOT and CPCA Community Outreach Liaison Eddie Hedge addressed law enforcement officers from 30 different municipalities.

This was the first in-person meeting since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, highlighting the importance of face-to-face collaboration in addressing traffic safety challenges.

The Mini Summit provided a platform for law enforcement officers to share best practices, discuss challenges, and identify strategies to enhance traffic safety in their communities. The event underscored the commitment of the CPCA and CT DOT to work together to make Connecticut's roads safer for all residents.

Keep posted for more information about the CPCA and CT DOT's traffic safety initiatives.

2024 Mini Summit on Traffic Safety Priorities held at WFSB -Channel 3 in Rocky Hill