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Kimberly Robertson St. Clair is making waves as the President and Founder of “Doc Dash,” a groundbreaking communication system poised to transform the dynamics between law enforcement and motorists during traffic stops and medical emergencies. In regards, her visionary approach has led to the design and patenting of Doc Dash, a revolutionary system that is set to redefine safety protocols and communication strategies. After diligently cultivating a relationship with the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) for two to three years, Kimberly is thrilled to unveil a significant partnership.
MoDOT fully endorses the Doc Dash system and has joined forces with Kimberly to implement the Doc Dash Method of Operation curriculum across the state of Missouri. In a move that underscores their commitment to road safety, MoDOT will be providing free Doc Dash units to all participants in these workshops. Moreover, commencing this December, Kimberly will be conducting Doc Dash workshops, starting in St. Louis and extending throughout Missouri. Registration is open to the public, offering participants a unique opportunity to engage with this innovative communication system.
Furthermore, the workshops, hosted at the St. Louis Urban League Deesculation building in Midtown, (Kim is a member of Heartland St. Louis Black Chambers of Commerce, who also shares offices there) will cover a spectrum of topics, including protocols for police engagement, effective communication strategies, and safe driving practices. MoDOT’s collaboration with Kimberly is fueled by a shared vision of achieving zero fatalities on the roads.
In conclusion, through a grant, they are supporting these workshops as part of their commitment to enhancing safety standards. To be a part of this transformative initiative, individuals can register for Doc Dash workshops at https://www.mydocdash.com, contributing to the collective effort to create safer, more effective communication between law enforcement and the community.
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