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  • 37th Traffic Records Forum

    37th Traffic Records Forum took place in Charlotte

  • 36th Traffic Records Forum

    36th Traffic Records Forum took place in New Orleans

  • Hadi Shirazi

    Hadi Shirazi 2010-2011

  • 35th Traffic Records Forum

    35th Traffic Records Forum took place in Phoenix

  • ATSIP separated from the NSC

    During 2009 – 2010, ATSIP separated from the NSC, serving as the business/managing entity of the traffic records forum – the 36th Forum in New Orleans – for the first time in its history. Becoming a 501 c 3 nonprofit association, ATSIP is now establishing a new relationship with the U.S. DOT, as well as all of its previous liaison associations as it continues efforts to 7 provide the transportation community with the information needed to effectively manage the safety of highway transportation now and in the future.

  • Bob Rasmussen

    Bob Rasmussen 2008-2010

  • 34th Traffic Records Forum

    34th Traffic Records Forum took place in Orlando

  • Joan Vecchi

    Joan Vecchi 2007-2008

  • 33rd Traffic Records Forum

    33rd Traffic Records Forum took place in St. Louis

  • Tom Steele/David Bozak

    Tom Steele/David Bozak 2006-2007

  • 32nd Traffic Records Forum

    32nd Traffic Records Forum took place in Palm Desert

  • 31st Traffic Records Forum

    31st Traffic Records Forum took place in Buffalo

  • Jim Davis

    Jim Davis 2005-2006

  • 30th Traffic Records Forum

    30th Traffic Records Forum took place in Nashville

  • Robert Scopatz

    Robert Scopatz 2004-2005

  • 29th Traffic Records Forum

    29th Traffic Records Forum took place in Denver

  • Dan Magri

    Dan Magri 2003-2004

  • 28th Traffic Records Forum

    28th Traffic Records Forum took place in Orlando

  • Larry Holestine

    Larry Holestine 2002-2003

  • 27th Traffic Records Forum

    27th Traffic Records Forum took place in New Orleans

  • David J. Bozak

    David J. Bozak 2001-2002

  • AHSIP presented

    The proposal for the Traffic Records Committee to become the Association of Highway Safety Information Professionals (AHSIP) was presented to the NSC’s Highway Traffic Safety Division during the National Safety Congress in 2001.

  • 26th Traffic Records Forum

    26th Traffic Records Forum took place in Portland

  • Richard D. Paddock

    Richard D. Paddock 2000-2001

  • 25th Traffic Records Forum

    25th Traffic Records Forum took place in Danvers

  • Creighton W. Miller

    Creighton W. Miller 1999-2000

  • Mark L. Edwards

    Mark L. Edwards 1998-1999

  • 24th Traffic Records Forum

    24th Traffic Records Forum took place in Minneapolis

  • Robert L. Thompson

    Robert L. Thompson 1997-1998

  • 23rd Traffic Records Forum

    23rd Traffic Records Forum took place in Tucson

  • Stephanie Olson

    Stephanie Olson 1996-1997

  • National Agenda presented

    National Agenda presented. The six goals which comprise the broad framework for the National Agenda are as applicable today as they were 15 years ago. In condensed form the goals are: 1) Appreciation of the Value of Information, 2) Coordination of the Collection, Management, and Use of Data, 3) Integration of Programs with Information Systems, 4) Resources to Make the Appropriate Technology Choices, 5) Training in Methods Appropriate for Evaluation, and 6) Standards for Information Systems.

  • 22nd Traffic Records Forum

    22nd Traffic Records Forum took place in Philadelphia

  • 21st Traffic Records Forum

    21st Traffic Records Forum took place in Milwaukee

  • David Mosley

    David Mosley 1995-1996

  • 20th Traffic Records Forum

    20th Traffic Records Forum took place in Tucson

  • Barbara H. DeLucia

    Barbara H. DeLucia 1994-1995

  • 19th Traffic Records Forum

    19th Traffic Records Forum took place in Arlington

  • Frances Bannowsky

    Frances Bannowsky 1993-1994

  • 18th Traffic Records Forum

    18th Traffic Records Forum took place in New Orleans

  • Phyllis E. Young

    Phyllis E. Young 1992-1993

  • 17th Traffic Records Forum

    17th Traffic Records Forum took place in Portland

  • National Agenda begins

    Creation of the National Agenda for the improvement of highway safety information systems begins.

  • James G. Templeton

    James G. Templeton 1991-1992

  • 16th Traffic Records Forum

    16th Traffic Records Forum took place in Bal Harbour

  • Don D. Hinton

    Don D. Hinton 1990-1991

  • 15th Traffic Records Forum

    15th Traffic Records Forum took place in El Paso

  • Clayton E. Hatch

    Clayton E. Hatch 1989-1990

  • 14th Traffic Records Forum

    14th Traffic Records Forum took place in San Diego

  • Judy L. Froseth

    Judy L. Froseth 1988-1989

  • Joyce Emery

    Joyce Emery 1987-1988

  • 13th Traffic Records Forum

    13th Traffic Records Forum took place in Williamsburg

  • Fred F. Small

    Fred F. Small 1986-1987

  • 12th Traffic Records Forum

    12th Traffic Records Forum took place in Lexington

  • Howard B. Graff

    Howard B. Graff 1985-1986

  • 11th Traffic Records Forum

    11th Traffic Records Forum took place in Reno

  • Age of the microcomputer

    At the tenth forum in Orlando, record-keepers facing the age of the microcomputer had a chance to try out the newest hardware as well as hear about the latest developments from distinguished experts.

  • 10th Traffic Records Forum

    10th Traffic Records Forum took place in Orlando

  • Russell R. Fleming

    Russell R. Fleming 1984-1985

  • 9th Traffic Records Forum

    9th Traffic Records Forum took place in St. Paul

  • Benjamin V. Chatfield

    Benjamin V. Chatfield 1983-1984

  • 8th Traffic Records Forum

    8th Traffic Records Forum took place in Las Vegas

  • Larry G. Karsten

    Larry G. Karsten 1982-1983

  • 7th Traffic Records Forum

    7th Traffic Records Forum took place in St. Petersburg

  • Three regions formed

    At the sixth forum, held in 1980 in Dallas, Texas, three revisions to the governing rules were approved which still shape the Association today. The three-region concept was embodied, the annual meeting and election of officers and executive board members was changed to coincide with the date of the international forum, and lastly, the rules provided for a chairman, first vice chairman, and second vice chairman, each from a different region.

  • 6th Traffic Records Forum

    6th Traffic Records Forum took place in Dallas

  • Larry Wort

    Larry Wort 1980-1982

  • Maximum timespan of 3 months for a fatality

    Maximum timespan of 3 months for a fatality was adopted as an ANSI standard.

  • 5th Traffic Records Forum

    5th Traffic Records Forum took place in Scottsdale

  • ANSI D20 dictionary adopted

    ANSI D20 dictionary was adopted at the Fourth National Forum on Traffic Records Systems in Rochester, New York, in 1978. The committee began revision of its governing rules to formally recognize a three-region concept – east, central, and west – to ensure truly representative participation on the committee, and to rotate the location of the forum each year among the regions.

  • 4th Traffic Records Forum

    4th Traffic Records Forum took place in Rochester

  • John J. Zogby

    John J. Zogby 1978-1980

  • 3rd Traffic Records Forum

    3rd Traffic Records Forum took place in Memphis

  • Reduce maximum timespan for fatalities

    The committee voted to reduce the maximum time span for traffic fatalities from 12 months to 90 days between the time of the accident and the death of the victim.

  • Clarence W. Mosher

    Clarence W. Mosher 1976-1978

  • 2nd Traffic Records Forum

    2nd Traffic Records Forum took place in St. Louis

  • Donald W. Reinfurt

    Donald W. Reinfurt 1975-1976

  • ANSI D20.1

    Members were active in various ANSI subcommittees preparing the first Data Element Dictionary for Traffic Records Systems (ANSI) D20.1, reference book allowing states to standardize their data on accidents, roadways, drivers, vehicles, and other elements of the traffic scene.

  • 1st Traffic Records Forum

    1st Traffic Records Forum took place in New Orleans

  • A. Dewey Jordan

    A. Dewey Jordan 1973-1975

  • Traffic Records Committee

    The TAD Committee decided that its steering role was no longer needed and that the records field would be better served if administrators were gathered in a body that would allow exchange of ideas. Thus, the Traffic Records Committee was formed. Many of the objectives in 1973 are still the pillars of the Association today.

  • ANSI D16.1 committee

    The TAD Committee developed the Manual on Classification of Motor Vehicle Traffic Accidents, which came into effect as the American National Standard Institute’s (ANSI) D16.1 committee.

  • TAD Project Steering Committee

    The Committee on Uniform Traffic Accident Statistics was replaced by the Traffic Accident Data (TAD) Project Steering Committee which was dedicated to updating record-keeping in all states and cities.

  • Accident Classification

    The Conference formulated a manual on accident classification.

  • National Traffic Safety Contest

    NSC developed its National Traffic Safety Contest, a group of 25 national organizations banded together to assist in developing a standardized procedure for recording traffic accident statistics. This group, the National Conference on Uniform Traffic Accident Statistics, developed the contest’s report forms, evaluation schedules, and scoring systems.

  • Street and Highways Section

    The Public Safety Division became the Street and Highways Section. An accident records committee was formed that continued to develop recording procedures until 1957. Committee members included traffic records personnel from most states.

  • NSC forms first introduced

    NSC produced the first forms for reporting public accidents, including motor vehicle traffic accidents.

  • Accident statistics committee

    Accident statistics committee created within the NSC to study the preparation of accident data.

  • NSC Created

    National Safety Council (NSC) was created.

  • Join NSC

    The Conference was invited to join the NSC as a committee within the Traffic Conference. In this capacity it continued to guide the NSC and served as an advisory group on the Annual Inventory of Traffic Activities-Accident Records, which replaced the traffic safety content in 1958.

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