The Traffic Records Coordinating Committee (TRCC) maximizes the efficiency and effectiveness of traffic safety systems in Ohio with the ultimate goal of working towards zero fatalities in the state.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) provides funding for traffic records improvements through the Section 405c grant program. Members of the Ohio Traffic Records Coordinating Committee(TRCC), Ohio government agencies and regional planning bodies are encouraged to submit project proposals that help to advance the TRCC's Strategic Plan and advancing its goals and objectives. Projects should align with on of the core traffic records system components and improve or enhance one or more of the six attribute areas.
The Ohio Traffic Records Coordinating Committee (TRCC) has approved the purchase of 10 robotic total stations for outside law enforcement agencies. The TRCC has established minimum qualifications and determined that an application process will be used to select the most qualified agencies to receive the total stations. To meet the minimum qualifications, the agency must be able to answer "YES" to the first six questions of the questionnaire. An agency may answer "NO" to the final question, but priority will be given to those agencies that answer "Yes". If more than one agency applies from the same multi-jurisdictional team, only one total station will be allocated per team. A lead agency will be selected to receive the equipment and to be responsible for grant reporting.
Email Ohio Traffic Safety Office
Or call us at (614) 466-3250
Get the latest news and updates directly in your inbox.