This free training will help officers know how to better enforce laws to prevent bicycle and pedestrian injuries.
As a component of the law enforcement training program, Bike Cleveland is hosting a two-day Enforcement for Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety course taught by Peter Flucke of WE BIKE. In the training, officers will learn the what, where, when, how, who and why of walking and bicycling; components of the Highway Safety Triangle; pedestrian and bicycle environment audits; how pedestrian and bicycle crashes happen; pedestrian and bicycle laws; crash investigating and reporting; potential law enforcement partners; and more. This course is appropriate for all law enforcement officers. Training details are below:
Enforcement for Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety Seminar
Date: Monday, April 23rd – Tuesday, April 24th
Cost: FREE, instructor and materials paid for by Bike Cleveland.
Place: Cleveland Metroparks Ranger Training Center (9485 Eastland Rd., Strongsville, OH 44194)
Registration Deadline: April 6th, 2018.
You are required to attend both days of the training.