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The Oklahoma Highway Safety Office (OHSO) was established in 1967 by the Oklahoma Legislature, as a direct result of the National Highway Safety Act of 1966, to combat an alarming increase in the number and severity of traffic crashes and fatalities. The OHSO is under the umbrella of the Department of Public Safety.
The OHSO works closely with local governmental organizations, state agencies, law enforcement agencies, and others to develop State Highway Safety Plan (pdf) and programs to address highway safety issues. The programs are Federally funded through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Most programs and activities fall into the areas of traffic safety education, training, and enforcement enhancement.
Main telephone: 405-523-1570
|Jay Wall||Chief, Plans & Programs|
|Stephanie Dodd||Police Traffic Services|
|Samantha Harcrow||Occupant Protection, Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety, Southeast Oklahoma Traffic Safety Council|
|Justin HySmith||Motorcycle Safety, Police Traffic Services, Metro Area Traffic Safety Coalition|
|Don Longfellow||Impaired Driving Programs, Mature Driver Programs, Police Traffic Services, Tulsa Safe Communities|
|Terrell Sanders||Police Traffic Services, North Central Oklahoma Traffic Safety Coalition|
|Beverly Baker||Chief, Resources|
|Alisha Perry||Administrative Technician|
|Captain Garrett Vowell||OHP Impaired Driving Enforcement Coordinator|
|Lieutenant Troy German||OHP Impaired Driving Enforcement Supervisor (Pink Bar Counties)|
|Lieutenant Joe D Williams||OHP Occupant Protection Enforcement Supervisor|
|Trooper Ronnie Sites||OHP Impaired Driving Liaison (Red Counties)|
|Trooper Josh Blue||OHP Impaired Driving Liaison (Pink Counties)|
|Trooper Derek Griffey||OHP Impaired Driving Liaison (Green Counties)|
|Trooper Zack Woods||OHP Impaired Driving Liaison (Yellow Counties)|
|Trooper Russell Callicoat||OHP Impaired Driving Liaison (Blue Counties)|
|Deputy Jim Abernathy||Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office|
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