York, a coastal community in southern Maine, is similar to numerous beach and tourist towns and cities on the Eastern seaboard. The year-round population of 12,527 typically increases to nearly 50,000 during the summer months. On average during the year, the police department could handle about 19,500 calls for service, write about 800 offense reports, make 750 arrests, and investigate and report on approximately 400 crashes. The York SPI allowed for the combination of the Data-Driven Approach to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS) and problem-oriented policing (the Scanning, Analysis, Response, and Assessment model) into a singular effort to identify traffic accident hot spots and areas where speeding and traffic flow are problematic and then deployed a traffic enforcement strategy to reduce these problems .The York Police Department has gained valuable tools to access data on calls for service, arrests, citations, and crashes. These tools give the department a comprehensive view of how to analyze problems, when to intervene, and how to assess and evaluate those interventions.