Boating Briefs

As of June 30, 2015, 64 officers have been killed in the line of duty. Of these, 30 officers were killed in traffic-related incidents, 18 officers were killed in firearms-related incidents and 16 officers died due to job-related illnesses and other causes. These are among the many findings of the 2015 Mid-Year Law Enforcement Officer […]

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Boating Briefs

In a partnership with the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation, the Georgia Wildlife Resources Division is implementing a new email-based retention pilot program for its 2015 fishing season. Using insights gained from RBFF’s First-Time Fishing License Buyers Research, the program will target first-time fishing license buyers and aims to increase fishing license renewal rates. The […]

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Recreational boating is a safe and enjoyable activity for millions of Americans. However, every year, a segment of the recreational boating population is involved in boating accidents that result in injury or even death. Recreational boating professionals continue to work to eliminate preventable fatalities and casualties by all means, including delivering enhanced boater education and […]

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One challenge facing administrators has always been, “How do you measure the performance of your law enforcement program and the officers involved?” This question has been raised by our fellow Coast Guard Program Administrators during state site visits in auditing the Recreational Boating Safety grant. Several models address this issue as it relates to regular […]

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