PA Traffic Safety Network

PA Traffic Safety Network is a combination of 3 Community Traffic Safety Projects consolidated to reach 34% of Pennsylvania Counties and 18% of the State´s population. The PATSN staff also happens to include 3 of the 6 Team Leaders and the administrative support to coordinate all six regions The 3 Team Leaders provide coordination for 12 CTSPs, 35 Alcohol Projects, 24 of the 34 Smooth Operator Target Areas and 190 of the 370 Buckle Up PA police agencies. PATSN is comprised of North Central Highway Safety Network, Pottsville, Central PA Highway Safety Network, Erie and Southwest Regional Traffic Safety Network, Bridgeville.

The 23 PATSN counties share 3 areas of concern or Safety Focus Areas. They include Aggressive Driving, Unbelted Occupants, and Alcohol Related Fatalities. Other common Focus Areas shared by at least 2 regions include; Heavy Truck, Older Drivers, Running Red Lights and Younger Drivers. Unique to only one project is Vehicle Failure Related Fatalities.

PATSN In Action

Eastern Pike PD Safety Day

Eastern Pike PD Safety Day Cover Eastern Pike PD Safety Day

The Eastern Pike PD held a community Safety Day on June 12, 2010 ...

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Berks Roundtable Discussion

Berks Roundtable BUPA PSA Recording Berks Roundtable Discussion

Pa. State Police Trooper John Yount of Troop L; Joe O´Donnell; Cpl. Sean Dickson of Boyertown Police, and Nick Harris of WRAW Radio Station in Reading.

Using Message Boards

ADEEP May 2010 Using Message Boards

Message board of St. Joe´s Hospital in Reading with aggressive driving message

May Happenings

May Happenings May Happenings

See what´s happening in PATSN Region 1 this May ...

Schuylkill Haven Mock Crash

Schuylkill Haven HS Mock Crash Cover Schuylkill Haven Mock Crash

Schuylkill Haven HS held a Survival 101 followed by Mock Crash in school´s parking lot.

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New Survival 101 at Tamaqua HS

Minersville High School Survival 101 Traffic Safety New Survival 101 at Tamaqua HS

Tamaqua Survival 101 featuring Cpl. Dwayne Hacker and Officer Mike Hobbs as presenters.

New Survival 101 Program Debuts

Tamaqua Survival 101 Traffic Safety New Survival 101 Program Debuts

Officer Ron Romanchick of New Castle Township Police presents the first Survival in the state at Minersville High School, Schuylkill County. The opening scene featured Minersville student, Elena Fish in the opening 911 call.