February 1- February 15 Online Quiz Winners

By , February 20, 2017 2:54 pm

Congratulations to:

Mitchell D. Hansen Elementary
Kiersten B. Kittrell Elementary
Jackson M. Kittrell Elementary
Kelis H. Lincoln Elementary
Elizabeth J. Lowell Elementary
Kalib R. Highland Elementary

January 2017 Online Traffic Safety Quiz Winners

By , February 3, 2017 9:38 am
Paul S Dr. Walter Cunningham School for Excellence
Kadeyn V Highland
Mayah B Highland
Lani P Kingsley
Benjamin R Kingsley
Rykyn D Kingsley
Damien D Kingsley
Ethan P kittrell  elementary
Amiah N kittrell  elementary
John E kittrell  elementary
Lily M kittrell  elementary
Elma K kittrell  elementary
Shydia W kittrell  elementary
Te’ajah S Lincoln Elementary
Teaghan C Lincoln Elementary
Jaay F Lincoln Elementary
Reagan C Lincoln Elementary
Aidin B Lou Henry
Jashayla C Lowell Elementary
Kirk B Orange Elementary
Emma H Orange Elementary
Esma K Orange Elementary
Hayley A Orange Elementary
Ava W Orange Elementary
Dexter B Poyner Elementary
Gabryella V Poyner Elementary
James H Poyner Elementary

Kids Can Win Prizes: Second Traffic Safety Quiz for Children

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By , January 18, 2017 11:40 am

Through a grants from Iowa DOT and donations from safety conscious public and private local entities the 2nd round of Children Traffic Safety Quiz is online. Children can re-take the quiz until they answer all the questions correctly. Each month names will be drawn and prizes will be given away.  Special thanks to the following supporters:

Bermuda 6027 University Ave, Suite 100, Cedar Falls, IA 50613
Grout Museum District 503 South St., Waterloo IA 50701
KT’s Indoor Inflatable Park 3175 W. Airline Hwy, Waterloo IA 50703
Phelps Youth Pavilion 225 Commercial St., Waterloo IA 50701
Thorp Family Fun 2720 Lackland Dr., Waterloo IA 50702
Waterloo Leisure Services 300 Jefferson St., Waterloo IA 50701

How Big is the Alcohol-Driving Problem?

By , December 21, 2016 11:14 am

According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) reports nearly one-third of traffic related deaths in the United States is due to alcohol-impaired driving. Holiday season is here and the threat of increased  alcohol-related traffic deaths and injuries is looming again. There are ways that we can reduce this suffering or stop it from happening. I am sure everybody knows how to do it but will we act on it?

Fatal Crash Involving a Car with Autopilot

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By , July 1, 2016 8:14 am

Here is a link to an article about death of a driver in a crash. The other vehicle was on autopilot. While still under investigation, preliminary data show the computer was at fault.

Waterloo Zero Fatality Video

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By , June 2, 2016 9:42 am

Our Drive Safe Cedar Valley’s first traffic safety video is being aired on local TV and movie theaters. Thanks to Hellman our public relations agency, Allen Hospital and KWWL TV.

2015 Road Traffic Deaths By World Health Organization

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By , January 20, 2016 3:23 pm

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Iowa Wants Zero Traffic Deaths

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By , October 9, 2015 8:38 am

The Iowa Department of Transportation in partnership with the Iowa Department of Public Health and the Iowa  Department of Public Safety has launched a Zero Fatality campaign. Click on their logo for interesting videos:

Zero Fatalities Logo

Thank you to Sgt. Brian Hoelscher, Waterloo and Evansdale Police Departments…

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By , April 21, 2015 9:26 am

Thank you to Sgt. Brian Hoelscher, Waterloo and Evansdale Police Departments, area principals and teachers, and all the students and families who made our recent school outreach program a success! We visited more than 40 first, second and third grade classrooms to talk about traffic safety. Our hope is that learning now will set our children up for a lifetime of safety!

Elementary School Traffic Safety Projects

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By , March 24, 2015 8:32 am
Early childhood encounters with traffic safety issues could produce long-term benefits and affect their adulthood driving behavior. Previously DSCV had produced and distributed an elementary school level activity booklet. An online children traffic safety quiz contest was another undertaking. The latest effort is the Elementary School Outreach project.   DSCV is in partnership with Waterloo and Evansdale Police Departments and has full support of the Waterloo School District. Officers will visit the classrooms and discuss traffic safety skills. The goal is to make children aware of traffic safety. The effort is not so much as to strictly “train” the children but make them cognizant of safety issues.