Tag: Pedestrian Safety

Take your time – Always look for pedestrians

In a recent Orlando Sentinel column, a local resident shared that they were “ticked off” that drivers were taking too long to drive after a light turns green: “I get super ticked off when people wait 3-5 seconds after the light turns green to move their car usually followed by lollygagging […]

Orlando area police officers train in pedestrian/bicycle safety law enforcement

Orlando Police Department (OPD) hosted four “FDOT Alert Today Alive Tomorrow Pedestrian and Bicycle Law Enforcement: Laws, Procedures and Best Practices” training classes.  The classes are being presented throughout Florida by the Institute of Police Technology and Management (IPTM) on FDOT’s behalf.  OPD invited BFF to share law enforcement’s part in […]

BFF supports heads to The Oaks in Kissimmee for National Night Out

Best Foot Forward “backed The Blue” at The Oaks neighborhood’s National Night Out with the Kissimmee Police Department and the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office. Community members came out to meet neighbors and spend some quality time with family, enjoy the fresh air and have some fun. Police officers were joined […]