Floreo and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Center for Autism Research (CAR) are collaborating on a project that will assess the safety, feasibility, and effectiveness of Floreo’s Police Safety Module. At the recent annual convention of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, held in Washington DC, Ashley Zitter from CAR presented findings on the use of cognitive behavioral strategies to support the practice of safe and appropriate police interaction skills in individuals with autism spectrum disorder. Results were drawn from the project team’s experiences working with participants in Phase I of this research project, which suggested that Floreo’s Police Safety Module was safe and feasible to use in adolescents and adults with autism.