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Operation Lifesaver's Partnership with Law Enforcement

When highway-rail intersection collisions do occur, law enforcement officers are often the first responders. Operation Lifesaver programs throughout the U.S. partner regularly with the law enforcement community.



law enforcement officers distribute brochures with OLI safety tips for drivers

GCCI Courses

Operation Lifesaver offers a special Grade Crossing Collision Investigation (GCCI) course that teaches officers how to ensure their personal safety, both while responding to rail collision incidents and throughout the investigation.

    Sign up for a Grade Crossing Collision Investigation course

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Become a Volunteer

Nearly 15 percent of Operation Lifesaver's trained volunteers are law enforcement officers. Join them and become an Operation Lifesaver Authorized Volunteer.

Amtrak officer Rob Hanson is a trained Operation Lifesaver volunteer

Additional Resources

Additional Online Resources

Additional online resources are available from our safety partners at the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA).

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