Harvey Crowder, Interim Director
Telephone:  509-524-2920
Confidential Fax:  509-524-2993
1520 Kelly Place,
Walla Walla, WA  99362  Map


Contact Information
P.O.  Box  1595
Walla Walla, WA 99362
E-Mail:  croberts@co.walla-walla.wa.us

Vision...Helping keep drivers, passengers and pedestrians safe.

The Traffic Safety program … educates the community about safety and the inherent risks of driving  while under the influence of intoxicants.  Traffic collisions remain the number one cause of death  in many age groups of our society today.  We could save thousands of lives every year by simply buckling up, reducing our speed and using the designated driver program.  

Frequently Asked Questions...

Question:  Do I have to be a member of law enforcement to attend Traffic Safety Task Force meetings?

Answer:     No.  Traffic Safety Task Force meetings are open to the public.  Anyone interested in promoting traffic safety practices, assisting with current programs or who has a traffic safety concern is welcome to attend the monthly meetings.  For location and time of meetings, contact the program coordinator.

Question:  I cannot attend the Task Force meetings but would like to know when events are taking place.  Is there a newsletter I can subscribe to?

Answer:  Yes, an e-mail newsletter is sent out after every meeting.  To be put on the e-mail list, contact program coordinator.

Question:    My child is currently learning to drive.  Are the Victim Impact Panels open to the public?

Answer:   Victim Impact Panel attendance is required of those receiving  a DUI citation.  Others may register for attendance may call the program coordinator.  Panels are held the second Tuesday of each month. 

Question:  I’m not sure if I’ve installed my child’s car seat correctly or if it’s the right one for my child.  Is there a place I can go to get it inspected?

Answer:  Appointments are taken for car seat safety inspections on an individual basis at the Department of Human Services with the Traffic Safety Task Force Coordinator.  Safety checks take approximately 30 minutes.  Parents should bring their car seat and child to the inspection.

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Video about texting and driving