Video/PSA


VIDEO LENDING LIBRARY:

As part of Driving on the Right Side of the Road grant, TMCEC has created a lending library of DVDs that teachers, judges and court support personnel can borrow to make presentations before community and school groups. A list of the available DVDs can be found in the Lending Library Brochure, linked below. There is no charge and the loan period is two weeks. Email tmcec@tmcec.com with the name of the DVD that you would like to borrow. You may borrow up to two at a time. Please provide us with a short description of how you intend to use the DVD and the name and mailing address to which it should be shipped. If you have ideas on other DVDs that TMCEC should add to its lending library, please email tmcec@tmcec.com with your suggestions.

DRSR Lending Library Brochure_2015.pdf

VIDEOS AND PSAs from the INTERNET

Below please find a selection of traffic safety-related videos and PSAs that are available to view for free on the internet. These videos can be shown in the classroom as part of a DRSR lesson on traffic safety, they can serve as examples for students considering entering TMCEC's annual PSA contest, or they can be shown in the courtroom or court lobby while waiting for court proceedings to begin.

If you have a favorite traffic safety-related video or PSA, please let us know at tmcec@tmcec.com and we will add it to the list. If you are looking for a longer video, TMCEC has a DVD lending library of traffic safety-related videos that can be borrowed for free for use in the courtroom or classroom. Please check out the lending library here.

  • Jacqui Saburido: Before and After: commercial featuring Jacqui Saburido, who was badly burned in a car crash when she was hit by a drunk driver (30 seconds)
    • For more on Jacqui, visit facesofdrunkdriving.com or borrow the complete Before and After DVD set from TMCEC's lending library
  • The Last Text: documentary telling the stories of victims of texting-while-driving crashes, from AT&T (11 minutes)
  • From One Second to the Next: a new documentary profiling texting-while-driving victims and drivers and the intense impact the crashes have had on all of their lives (35 minutes)
  • Steer Clear: documentary about brothers who were in a crash where their ended up wrapped around a pole, from State Farm (5 minutes)
  • The Last Word: moving commercial of a young boy attending his father's funeral after a texting-while-driving crash (4 minutes)
  • The Rock: soccer-themed commercial about having a designated driver (2 minutes)
  • The Rock (Spanish): soccer-themed commercial about having a designated driver (2 minutes)
  • Happy Hour FAIL: clever commercial using only social media to show the consequences of drinking and driving (2 minutes)
  • Why I Ticket: Deputy Culin: personal story from a law enforcement officer on why he writes tickets for seat belt violations, from from TxDOT's Click It or Ticket campaign (30 seconds)
  • Why I Ticket: Sgt. McDonald: personal story from a law enforcement officer on why he writes tickets for seat belt violations, from from TxDOT's Click It or Ticket campaign (30 seconds)
  • Why I Ticket: SPO Spradlin: personal story from a law enforcement officer on why he writes tickets for seat belt violations, from from TxDOT's Click It or Ticket campaign (30 seconds)
  • Why I Ticket: SPO Bremner (Spanish): personal story from a law enforcement officer on why he writes tickets for seat belt violations, from from TxDOT's Click It or Ticket campaign (30 seconds)
  • It Can Wait: anti-texting and driving website with various videos

Driving on the Right Side of the Road is a project aimed at teachers at the elementary, middle and high school levels that is made possible through a collaborative effort with the Texas Municipal Courts Education Center and Law Focused Education Inc., a project of the State Bar of Texas, with funding through the Texas Department of Transportation.

 

 

For more information contact TMCEC at 800.252.3718
A project of the Texas Municipal Courts Education Center
in cooperation with the Texas Department of Transportation
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