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Central Florida Future: Orlando police focus efforts on pedestrian safety

Thanks to a $40,000 grant from the FDOT, the Orlando Police Department is making safety a priority for all road users in 2016. Through on-street education and enforcement operations, OPD is aiming to reduce the number of accidents involving pedestrians and bicyclists.  Nine locations in Orlando with the highest rates […]

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OPD awarded grant to enforce ped/bike safety laws

Thought the Orlando Police Department (OPD) only tickets drivers who don’t yield to pedestrians during Operation Best Foot Forward? Not so much. Since 2012, OPD has partnered with Best Foot Forward (BFF) and the Orange County Sheriff’s Office (OCSO) several times a year to conduct “crosswalk crackdowns” on drivers.  Now a $40,000 […]


Operation Best Foot Forward gets social

Best Foot Forward is making impressions – one person at a time on its social media sites, including Facebook and Twitter. BFF earned 208,626 impressions – the number of people on social media who viewed August’s Operation Best Foot Forward coverage. And we had a few favorite social media posts and […]

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Operation Best Foot Forward made headlines in August with over 100K in media value

Operation Best Foot Forward made headlines in August with over $100,000 in earned media value from local news coverage. Media outlets who reported on the Aug. 26 crosswalk enforcement include WESH, WKMG, WFTV, Fox 35, News 13, Orlando Sentinel, HobNob Orlando, Magic 1077 and Mayor Dyer’s blog. Media coverage totaled an estimated […]


Operation Best Foot Forward enforces back-to-school crosswalk crackdown

Local law enforcement conducted another crosswalk crackdown on Aug. 26 as students across Orange County returned to school from summer break.  Dubbed Operation Best Foot Forward, the Orlando Police Department (OPD) and the Orange County Sherriff’s Office (OCSO) issued tickets and verbal warnings to over 200 drivers. Motorists were pulled over if they failed to […]