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Coordinator, Law Enforcement Liai...

Phone: (217) ***-****  
Local Address:  Illinois , United States
Buckle Up Illinois
1340 N. 9Th Street
Springfield , Illinois 62702
United States

Company Description: Click it or Ticket, Buckle Up Illinois, Driving, Child Passenger, CPS, Traffic Safety,

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Contact Us, 8 Aug 2015 [cached]
Dan Kent, Coordinator Law Enforcement Liaison Program PHONE: 217-785-3046 EMAIL:
Officials involved were Dan ..., 21 Nov 2012 [cached]
Officials involved were Dan Kent, law enforcement liaison supervisor for the IDOT Division of Traffic Safety; an Illinois State Police representative; Sgt.
New Page 1, 28 Nov 2012 [cached]
(Photo: IDOT Representative Dan Kent presents camera system to Sheriff Bruce Kettelkamp)
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Dan KentE-mail:
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Dan Kent, IDOT law ... [cached]
Dan Kent, IDOT law enforcement liaison, administers that program. As a former state trooper, he also has seen the impact belt usage can have on one person's life. IDOT also keeps statistic that show correlations between increased belt usage and falling numbers of fatalities. Kent said the seatbelt compliance rate was just 15 percent in 1983, and more than 10,000 people died in crashes that year. Belt usage climbed to 90.5 percent by 2008, according to the newest figures available from Illinois Secretary of State's office. And according to Kent, in the past two years, fewer than 1,000 people are killed on Illinois highways. "Every year, there's 250 or 300 people who don't die," in accidents that could otherwise have been deadly, Kent said. "It's the simplest thing to do and it is absolutely the No. 1 reason why fatalities and severe injury rates have dropped," he said.
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