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Welcome to the Washington "TSRP" Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor Website

This site is dedicated to prosecutors, law enforcement, Hearing Examiners and judges specializing in impaired driving crimes in Washington.  Through this site members have access to:

  • Updated 2022 TSRP Webinar Series
  • Trial Scripts and Tools
  • Legal Analysis on Hot Topics
  • Sample Legal Briefing
  • Criminal Law Updates
  • 2021-'22 "LED" Law Enforcement Digest
  • "Live" Training Calendars
  • Immediate Assistance
  • On-line Resource Links


Prosecutors, law enforcement, judges and agency representatives with government assigned email accounts are eligible for membership.  To apply, simply follow the "JOIN US" link above and complete the on-line membership form.  Enjoy our on-line resources once your application is approved! 

Washington Traffic Deaths Reach 20-Year High

Traffic Safety Officials Call for Community Participation in Positive Traffic Safety Culture

OLYMPIA –Washington road deaths reached a 20-year high in 2021, with 663 fatalities. Preliminary data for 2022 indicate the trend in fatalities continues to increase, with more traffic deaths in the first quarter compared with the same timeframe last year. To reverse the trend, the Washington Traffic Safety Commission (WTSC) issued a call to action for residents to work together to reinforce safe behavior for all road users. To get the message out, the WTSC is launching one of its largest public education campaigns in its history this summer.

To read more about this campaign, click here.  

From the tragedy on I-95 in Virginia where motorists were caught in an ice and snow storm for up to 24 hours, to all of our winter passes being shut down this past week, effectively cutting off the eastern and western parts of our State, weather can cause extremely dangerous road conditions. In 2019, there were 440 fatal crashes, and an estimated 33,000 injury crashes that occurred in wintry conditions. Preparing yourself – and your vehicle – for winter weather is key. Click here for some tips to stay safe and as always, never driver distracted, buzzed, or impaired.  

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