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The Tribal Injury Prevention Resource Center (TIPRC) provides in-person training that is offered at no charge for Federally Recognized Tribal Nations in the United States. TIPRC is currently providing training for motor vehicle safety in the areas of occupant protection (Child Passenger Safety and Seat Belt Usage). To request training a Tribal Nation or Tribal Program must complete and submit a training request form to the TIPRC for review. The training requests are reviewed and coordinated based on the TIPRC’s funding and the staff’s availability to conduct training.


  • Time is TBD
    Albuquerque, Albuquerque, NM, USA
    Day 1: CPS Summit (6 CEUs offered) Day 2: Car Seat Check Event (CPSTs to receive CRS check-offs) Registration information coming soon. For more information, please contact Tabatha Harris - | (505) 389-8300


The Tribal Injury Prevention Resource Center currently offers the following training's listed below. 

Stay in touch and up to date as we may be in an area near you. 

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To request training please fill out the training request form and select a Tribal Traffic Safety Specialist to assist with your training request.



Specific training request: If a Tribal Nation or Tribal Program has a interest in a specific training or topic that is not listed above please submit your preferred topic or training name as “other” on the training request form. Then provide a description of the training and additional information regarding the training topic of interest.

The Tribal Traffic Safety Specialist will do their best to coordinate the training or utilize the program’s partnerships to fulfil the training request.


The TIPRC will provide live webinars every quarter to discuss trending  best practices, safety updates, and success stories for best practices implementation in Indian Country. The TIPRC welcomes webinar ideas and topics as well. You can submit a webinar topic by filling out a TA request form and select webinar as the service. Then provide a description of  the webinar topic interest.

The webinar launch dates will be listed on the TIPRC’s training schedule. To receive notification of the TIPRC’s training and live webinars please subscribe to the TIPRC’s email list. 



The TIPRC’s staff is composed of three Tribal Traffic Safety Specialist (TTSS) who have experience of working with the Indian Health Service’s TIPCAP Program and Federal Highway Administration's TTAP.  Combined the Tribal Traffic Safety Specialists provide over 27 years of experience in the transportation, traffic safety and public health fields. To learn more about the TTSS check out the TIPRC Staff Directory.

Safety Specialist

Jerrod Moore

Mountain, Alaska & Eastern Region


Tabatha Harris

Central & Eastern Region


Jodee Dennison

Pacific & Eastern Region

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