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Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor Program

The Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor Program, is a grant funded initiative by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), and managed by the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), created to provide local law enforcement and prosecutors with a veteran prosecutor, specializing in traffic safety issues with an emphasis in impaired driving, who supports their efforts through training, education, legal research and technical assistance.

The goals of the TSRP Program are to develop strategies and tactics aimed at reducing alcohol & drugged driving injuries and deaths, and to improve the quality of impaired driving investigations and prosecutions around the state.   

State TSRPs Contact List


The following publication is made possible pursuant to a partnership between the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). This unique collection of traffic-law analyses is intended to help judges, clerks, lawyers, and academics. The briefs are written from a neutral perspective, allowing the reader to see the totality of the topic at issue. Each brief provides full citations to relevant supplementary materials and includes the most current case law as of the date published.

Traffic Issue Brief Compendium - National Center for State Courts (2017)

Useful Websites:

Colorado Office of Transportation Safety

Governors Highway Safety Association

Idaho Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor

National Traffic Law Center

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Mothers Against Drunk Drivers

Society of Forensic Toxicologists

Texas District and County Attorneys Association