Safe Routes to School (SRTS) is a national program that is aimed at increasing the number of children walking and bicycling to school, while also improving the safety of these activities. Law enforcement agencies can play a very important role in this program, working with engineers, teachers, health advocates and parents to improve student safety and encourage more physical activity. The purpose of this website is to give law enforcement more information about the program and how they can support local SRTS programs in their community.
Please note: The Role for Law Enforcement in SRTS resource is a subpage of the National Center's Web site and requires a new browser window to open.
This site is not currently being updated. The information available is for archival purposes only.