Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor
Promoting safer roads for all in Colorado
The TSRP program is a grant-funded initiative by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and managed by the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) providing law enforcement and prosecutors with training, education, legal research and technical assistance pertaining to traffic safety and impaired driving.
Meet our team of experts who are dedicated to improving the safety of our highways and roads across the state.
The TSRP program provides training to prosecutors and law enforcement involving impaired driving and traffic collisions.
We’ve compiled the best resources from around the country for you to get more information on traffic laws and safety.
Jennifer R. Knudsen
TRAFFIC SAFETY RESOURCE PROSECUTOR
With nearly two decades of experience in traffic safety and prosecution, Jennifer Knudsen took on the role of managing the TSRP program for CDAC in 2014. Her role includes providing training, legal research and technical assistance for numerous stakeholders throughout the criminal justice system. Jennifer was previously a deputy district attorney in Colorado’s 18th judicial district, a law clerk in the 1st and served under the Arvada City Attorney and the Colorado Attorney General.
Joining the CDAC staff in 2015, Nicole Walpole serves as the organization’s coordinator for the TSRP program. Her responsibilities include updating databases for the project, maintaining program materials and keeping law enforcement and district attorney offices across Colorado up-to-date on available trainings, webinars and resources. Nicole is driven by her passion for supporting all law enforcement, prosecutors and other criminal justice stakeholders in every Colorado community – especially those with limited resources.
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Traffic Issue Brief Compendium
Made possible pursuant to a partnership between the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), this publication is a unique collection of traffic-law analyses intended to help judges, clerks, lawyers and academics. The briefs are written from a neutral perspective, allowing the reader to see the totality of the topic at issue. Each brief provides full citations to relevant supplementary materials and includes the most current case law as of the date published.