Tribal Safety Peer Exchanges 2017

It's up to all of us to improve transportation safety on tribal lands!

Join your peers in exchanging information, ideas, networking contacts and training on injury-prevention strategies that are proven to reduce fatalities and serious injuries in transportation-related crashes.

The Southern Plains Tribal Technical Assistance Program (SPTTAP) is organizing two safety peer exchanges in Edmond, Okla. Attending either or both peer exchanges is free and registration is required. The SPTTAP Tribal Safety Circuit Rider organized speakers and resources helpful in implementing effective strategies to reduce collision fatalities and serious injuries on tribal lands.

On July 27, community members, injury-prevention specialists, transportation staff and safety advocates will assemble and gain resource in implementing evidence-based prevention strategies in their tribal communities.

Tribal youth will convene on July 28 with community members, programs that support tribal youth, educators, injury prevention specialists and members of the transportation, safety and tribal communities ready to help implement tribal youth safety initiatives.

University parking is $3 for the day. Southern Plains TTAP will pay the parking fee for the first 50 registrants at each event.

July 27 - 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma

AGENDA - Tribal Safety Peer Exchange



July 28 - 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma

AGENDA - Tribal Youth Safety Peer Exchange


For additional information or questions, contact Tabatha Harris (, 405-744-3260), SPTTAP Tribal Safety Circuit Rider.

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These one day events will bring together individuals keen on transportation safety on tribal lands!
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July 27 - Peer Exchange in Edmond, Okla, July 28, Tribal Youth Peer Exchange