Tribal Transformation Safety and Planning Program

Injury Prevention Specialist

Carrie Brown

Carrie Brown holds a BA from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with majors in Psychology and Anthropology and a MBA with a focus on Leadership from Western Governor's University. She has 9 years of experience in the Human Services and Injury Prevention fields.

Carrie is certified to provide the following:

Carrie Brown
  • Alive @ 25
  • NHTSA Child Passenger Safety Technician Certification
  • Safe Native American Passengers (SNAP)
  • Introduction to Injury Prevention (Level 1)
  • Public Health and Transportation in Indian Country
  • Child Passenger Safety Re-certification
  • Hooked on LATCH (1 and 1.5 CEU's)
  • 2018 CPS Technician Update Course (6 CEUs)

Click here to view Carrie Browns graduation commencement address at Western Governors University (WGU) – Nevada.

Contact Information:

Carrie Brown
Injury Prevention Specialist
National Indian Justice Center
Office: 775-870-1514
Cell: 775-432-4438
305 O Street
Sparks, NV 89424

The Tribal Injury Prevention Specialist Program provides transportation safety information, training, and technical assistance to Tribal transportation agencies responsible for roadway safety. While the primary focus is on tribal roads, the Tribal Injury Prevention Specialist will assist tribes and their partners in improving road safety in Indian Country.
Traditionally, tribal transportation safety programs focus on the Four Es (Engineering, Education, Emergency Response, and Enforcement). The Tribal Injury Prevention Specialist Program expands the role to include behavior modification approaches in traffic safety (i.e. child passenger safety, seat belt use, impaired driving prevention).

Needs Assessment
In order to make Tribal Injury Prevention Specialist Program more effective, we would like to determine the priority transportation training and technical assistance needs for tribes. We are asking for your help in developing a comprehensive list of those needs by completing the Tribal Injury Prevention Specialist Program Tribal Transportation Needs Assessment. To view and complete needs assessment go to:

News and Announcements

Webinar Title: "How to Conduct a Car Seat Checkpoint" 
Presented by Carrie Brown, MSML, National Indian Justice Center 
Webinar Link: 
Webinar Description:  
This recorded webinar provides information about the steps and resources necessary to plan and conduct a car seat checkpoint.


NHTSA updated their seatbelt and pregnancy information.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC)

Cornell University