ICJI is responsible for developing and implementing programming designed to reduce the number of people injured and killed each year on Indiana's roadways. We administer state and federal funds awarded to Indiana from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the U.S. Department of Transportation, the Federal Highway Administration, and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. In this role, ICJI conducts grant management, organizes media campaigns, produces educational/informational materials and coordinates special enforcement efforts with state and local law enforcement agencies.
Seat belts save thousands of lives each year, but people still risk driving without buckling up. Learn why seat belts are vital.
Safety is ICJI’s number one priority. Our mission is to reduce the number of deaths and injuries by educating drivers.
Many types of drugs and medication, both legal and illegal, can impair your ability to drive safely.
Distracted driving puts us all at risk. Get the facts, get involved, and help us keep Indiana’s and America’s roads safe.
When you speed, you put everyone around you at risk. Find out more.
Don't be a statistic. Find out what driving drowsy does to you and how you can avoid it.
NOW OPEN: Comprehensive Hoosier Highway Injury Reduction Program Grant
Proposals are now being accepted for the Comprehensive Hoosier Highway Injury Reduction Program Grant, which works to assist law enforcement agencies in their efforts to reduce injury and death on Indiana roads. Apply by July 22.Learn more