Operation Lifesaver Mississippi


Mississippi Operation Lifesaver
P.O. Box 1850
Jackson, MS 39215-1850

Phone: (601) 359-7539

Email: ksloan@msoperationlifesaver.org

About Operation Lifesaver Incorporated

Operation Lifesaver started in Idaho in 1972 when the national average of collisions at highway-rail crossings exceeded 12,000 annually. By 2006, the most recent year for which final statistics are available, the number of train/motor vehicle collisions had been reduced by approximately 76 percent to 2,897, according to the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) within the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT). Operation Lifesaver is now an international program and is supported by national and state organizations, as well as the railroads. Today, Operation Lifesaver programs are active in 49 states nationwide (Hawaii excluded) and in the District of Columbia.

Free programs are presented to schools, businesses and civic organizations as well as specialized programs for school bus drivers, professional drivers, law enforcement and emergency responders. To request a free presentation or to learn more about Mississippi Operation Lifesaver, Inc., contact: For further information, or to arrange a presentation please contact our State Coordinator Kim Sloan at 601-359-7539 or ksloan@msoperationlifesaver.org.