Mayor Berkowitz Launches Vision Zero Anchorage Initiative

On March 2, 2016, the Office of Mayor Berkowitz shared the following press release: ANCHORAGE – Today, Mayor Ethan Berkowitz will kick-off the public involvement process for Vision Zero Anchorage. Vision Zero is a commitment to eliminating traffic deaths and serious injuries for all road users.

2016 Alaska CPS Technician Recertification Conference

With funding from the Alaska Highway Safety Office, AIPC is coordinating a recertification conference for Alaska’s CPS Technicians. The conference will take place Friday, September 23, 2016 at the Anchorage Fire Department Training Center. Registration forms available online. Please register by 9/2/2016. Contact AIPC at (907) 929-3939 for more information.

International Safety Media Awards

The 2016 International Safety Media Awards will be presented at the Safety 2016 Conference in Tampere, Finland. The conference will be held in September 2016. To learn more and enter your injury prevention or safety media, visit the ISMA site. Entries are due March 28, 2016.

Raise Your Voice 2016 Application Available

Earn $500 and make a difference! Participate in Raise Your Voice to prevent crashes and promote safe driving. Participating groups are asked to create a video on a teen driving or transportation issue. RYV groups will collect feedback on their video from their peers to evaluate their media. RYV is open to groups comprised of at least…

Thanks to the Alaska Highway Safety Office!

In FFY 2015, AHSO supported AIPC’s child passenger safety program, safe teen driving programs, seat belt observation study, and research on traffic safety attitudes, opinions, and behaviors. The Alaska Highway Safety Office’s mission is to enhance the health and well being of Alaska’s people through programs aimed at saving lives and preventing injuries on Alaska’s highways….

You’re 18-24 years old? And you live in Anchorage?

We want to hear from you! You’re invited to complete a short online survey conducted by UAA in partnership with local agencies that serve youth and young adults. It will take 10-15 minutes and you’ll have a 1 in 5 chance of winning a $20 gift card. Responses are confidential. Visit or to learn more!  

We’re Moving!

AIPC will be moving to 4241 B St., Suite 100 as part of a merger with the Anchorage Youth Development Coalition and will begin working from that location on October 1st. As we set up the new office, we may have limited availability between September 30th and October 5th. Thank you for your patience during this time. We…

AIPC’s Mandi Seethaler on KTUU

Along with Clinton Powell of the Anchorage Fire Department, Mandi Seethaler of AIPC discussed child passenger safety with KTUU anchor, Ariane Aramburo as part of National Child Passenger Safety Week. Click through to watch the interview. For more information about National Child Passenger Safety week, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s site on the topic.