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Iowa DOT
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In 2005, the Iowa DOT conducted an evaluation of a project to enhance the statewide crash data reporting with automated collection and data capture tools. The project provided funding for computer hardware and peripherals to expand the use of the National Model for the Statewide Application of Data Collection and Management Technology to Improve Highway Safety to more law enforcement agency throughout Iowa. Total funding for the project was $275,000.

Initially 19 law enforcement agencies were selected for participation. All the agencies participated except for the Iowa State University Department of Public Safety and the Woodbury County Sheriff's Office. One agency, the Atlantic Police Department, was added to the project.

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In 2005, the Iowa DOT conducted an evaluation of a project to enhance the statewide crash data reporting with automated collection and data capture tools. The project provided funding for computer hardware and peripherals to expand the use of the National Model for the Statewide Application of Data Collection and Management Technology to Improve Highway Safety to more law enforcement agency throughout Iowa. Total funding for the project was $275,000.

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National Model for the Statewide Application of Data Collection and Management Technology to Improve Highway Safety
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