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Association of Transportation Safety Information Professionals

The Association of Transportation Safety Information Professionals (ATSIP) is the leading advocate for improving the quality and use of transportation safety information, often called 'traffic records.' Their activies are supported by governments, academic and professional associations, and private sector partners.

ATSIP's membership consists of professionals from local, state, and federal government agencies, including Department of Transportation, Public Safety, and Highway Safety Offices, as well as law enforcement agencies, private sector professionals, and partners from academia and university research centers.

For more information, visit www.atsip.org.
ANSI D.16 - 2017 Manual


The Association of Transportation Safety Information Professionals (ATSIP) is proud to present American National Standard ANSI D.16-2017: Manual on Classification of Motor Vehicle Traffic Crashes, 8th Edition. This American National Standard has been used for many decades and serves to maintain uniformity for those who report, analyze, classify, and otherwise use traffic crash data. Such data becomes the basis for decisions about traffic safety initiatives throughout the country. 
As the Secretariat for the Standard, ATSIP will conduct an annual review at the International Forum on Traffic Records and Highway Information Systems.

An electronic version of the Manual may be downloaded from the ATSIP website. Printed copies of the manual are also available and can be requested by contacting Kellee Craft at kcraft@tsass.com.

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42nd International Forum on Traffic Records & Highway Information Systems in Baltimore

See You in New Orleans for the 43rd International Forum on
Traffic Records & Highway Information Systems
August 6-9, 2017 at the Sheraton in New Orleans, Louisiana

Check Out the Forum Website for Details

The Traffic Records Forum is dedicated to data analysts, state and local law enforcement officials, engineers, motor vehicle officials, emergency medical services providers, judicial administrators, and highway safety professionals from across the United States and international communities with a mission to further the development and sharing of traffic records system procedures, tools, and to promote professionalism in the field of traffic records.

Questions about the Upcoming Traffic Records Forum?
 Contact the Forum Chair at forum@atsip.org

A robust agenda has been developed that will offer relevant topics and learning opportunities for each core data system. Sessions topics will include drugged driving, interlocks, roadway data collection, roadway data integration, automated courts, court system integration, EMS and injury surveillance, dashboards, data quality, and hot topic subjects on technology. In addition, the program features presentations from best practice states and relevant open forum sessions for attendees to discuss challenges, successes, and lessons learned.

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