Highway Safety Projects
Johnson and Associates provides project management and
grant administration services for the Wyoming Department of
Transportation - Highway Safety Program. Johnson and
Associates has been administering the grants process for the
Selective Traffic Enforcement Program in Wyoming since 2008.
This program provides grant funding to all law enforcement agencies in Wyoming for equipment purchases and for overtime enforcement of speed, seatbelt and impaired driving laws.
Johnson and Associates also provides project evaluation and research services for several highway safety initiatives. _____________________________________________________________________________________________
Conducted a Management Study and provided technical assistance for the New Hampshire Police Standards and Training Council.
Conducted a Management Study and provided technical assistance for the Massachusetts Police Standards and Training Council.
Trained management and administrative personnel of the Lithuania National Police on behalf of the U.S. Department of Justice - ICITAP. Forty-hour school entitled: The Office of Professional Responsibility.
Trained law enforcement investigative personnel of the Lithuania National Police on behalf of the U.S. Department of Justice – ICITAP. Eighty-hour school entitled: Sex Crimes Investigation.
Conducted a project evaluation of the Substance Abuse Division’s funding of Responsible Server Training inWyoming. Report initiated legislative change.
Conducted Management Study and provided management technical assistance for the Substance Abuse Division of the Wyoming Department of Health.
Conducted feasibility study for the Town of Wright, Wyoming “Should the Town of Wright create its own police department?”
Managed the Wyoming First Lady’s Initiative to Reduce Childhood Drinking – November 2004 – September 2006.
Developed Public Information Booklet entitled “Wyoming Residents Voice Their Concerns and Opinions about Alcohol Issues in Wyoming” – January 2008, for the Wyoming Department of Health – Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Division
Managed an eleven-month review process and authored the report for the Wyoming Prevention Framework Communities (prevention coalitions in all twenty-three counties in Wyoming and the Wind River Indian Reservation): "A Comprehensive Review of Alcohol State Statutes: Findings and Recommendations for Reducing Underage and Binge Drinking in Wyoming."
Managed a number of projects/authored reports on behalf of the Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police:
Projects In Progress:
Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police
Johnson and Associates provides management consulting services for the
Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police and manages many of the
Association's projects and initiatives. Johnson and Associates also provides staff
support services for the Association's Traffic Safety Committee.
Please go to http://wascop.com to learn more about the Wyoming Association of
Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police and the various initiatives the Association has in progress.
Project Safe Neighborhoods
Johnson and Associates provided facilitation and coordination services for Wyoming
Project Guardian, Wyoming's "branding" of Project Safe Neighborhoods, a national
initiative to reduce gun crimes and violence in this country. PSN (as this initiative is
commonly referred) provided grants to local governmental entities for graffiti abatement
and innovative efforts to reduce gun crimes and violence in their communities.
PSN also provided annual training for law enforcement, prosecutors and corrections officers in the state.
Governor's Council on Impaired Driving
Johnson and Associates provides facilitation and coordination
services for the Governor's Council on Impaired Driving. This
Council was created by Wyoming Governor Matthew Mead by
Executive Order in 2011.
Please visit the Council's public website http://wygcid.org for information about the issues and concerns resulting from persons who drive while impaired in Wyoming. And remember,
"The best defense against an impaired driver is wearing your seat belt!"