AAMVA honors law enforcement officers of member jurisdictions who make the ultimate sacrifice while performing their duties. Our deepest respect and sympathy goes out to the families and agencies of those fallen officers.
The Enforcement Standing Committee inspires collaboration between Law Enforcement and Driver/Motor Vehicle Administrators to improve highway and public safety. With goals to increase law enforcement participation in AAMVA conferences, working groups, and other initiatives by providing and promoting uniformity and consistency through the development of standards, model programs and best practices. The Committee also promotes the exchange of challenges and successes in implementing technologies, sharing information, and with other contemporary law enforcement issues.
Brian retired from the Washington State Patrol in February 2010 after more than 30-years of service, the last five years as Assistant Chief. Brian joined AAMVA on March 1, 2010 as the Director of Law Enforcement.
Please contact Brian on Law Enforcement issues relevant to AAMVA at email@example.com
Want to learn more about Brian? Watch his Meet the Experts video.
For More InformationIf you have comments or suggestions or would like to propose a project or program for AAMVA to consider, you are encouraged to contact any of your representatives listed in the Enforcement Committee list.
There are several other law enforcement officials participating in other capacities on each of the three Standing Committees. You are free to contact those law enforcement representatives as well.
LE Partners and Resources
Martha Irwin Lifetime Achievement Award
IACP National Law Enforcement Challenge
2013 IACP Highway Safety Award Winners
FMCSA's CMV Awareness Training