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  • What To Do and Expect When Pulled Over by Law Enforcement

    What To Do and Expect When Pulled Over by Law Enforcement”  document was revised in January 2022 and approved by the Driver and Law Enforcement Standing Committees. It has also been endorsed by the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE). In addition, the AAMVA Test Maintenance Subcommittee will be including this information in the next update of the Non-commercial Model Driver Testing System (NMDTS) and Jurisdictions are encouraged to include this information in their driver manuals. 

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  • Meet AAMVA's Law Enforcement Program Staff

  • Brian Ursino, Director

    Tom Foster, Program Manager 

    BrianUrsinoBrian 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  bursino@aamva.org.


    Tom FosterTom served 25 years with the Washington State Patrol (WSP), retiring in late 2020 as a Captain. His last WSP assignment was as commander of the Commercial Vehicle Division. While with the WSP, Tom was active within AAMVA, serving as Vice Chair of the Law Enforcement Standing Committee. Tom will be the staff lead for the NMVTIS Law Enforcement Subcommittee, and will be the primary point of contact for DMV investigators within the AAMVA community.

    Tom can be reached at tfoster@aamva.org

  • LE Challenge Coin - Front - Dec 2014


    LE Challenge Coin - Back - Dec 2014