The ATSIP Board of Directors has been closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic. The safety and well-being of our Traffic Records Forum speakers, vendors, attendees and event staff is of the utmost importance and always our priority. For this reason, the 2020 Traffic Records Forum scheduled to take place August 9th-12th in Nashville, Tennessee is officially canceled.

If you have made a hotel reservation with the Nashville Downtown Renaissance, the hotel has already canceled your room reservation and you should receive an email notification. Please contact the Nashville Downtown Renaissance if you do not receive a cancellation email from them. If you made other hotel arrangements outside of the Renaissance room block, it will be your responsibility to cancel those reservations.

If you have registered for the 2020 TRF, ATSIP will issue you a refund. If you would like to transfer your registration fee to a charitable donation to ATSIP, please contact and you will receive a 501(c)3 contribution letter.

COVID-19 is creating huge challenges for all of us, both personally and professionally. Many of you will be reading this from home, some in isolation. Although it is disappointing that we will not be meeting with you face to face this year, we are investigating virtual options and will be providing details in the next coming weeks. To stay updated on our announcements and alerts be sure to follow us on social media:

We hope you and your families, friends, and colleagues are well.

Future Forum Dates:
August 8-11, 2021: San Diego California, Town & Country Hotel
August 7-10, 2022, Hilton Denver City Center
July 9-12, 2023,  Nashville Downtown Renaissance

Who Attends?

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.

Attendees can:

  • Attend sessions for the latest safety data collection methods and best practices
  • Learn how to:
    • improve the accuracy of traffic records and highway safety data
    • apply performance goals/measures in traffic records system improvements
    • implement a model traffic records system
    • organize and operate a successful traffic records committee
  • Recognize the importance of standards and guidelines for traffic records systems
  • Become acquainted with new technologies and ideas
  • Network with a variety of transportation and highway safety professionals, AND
  • Discover how better data can help save lives
View 2019 Presentations HERE

2019 Sponsors






Center for Advanced Public Safety


Forum Attendees

pdf file2019 Forum Attendee Roster (.pdf 122kb)

pdf file2018 Forum Attendee Roster (.pdf 144kb)

pdf file2017 Forum Attendee Roster (.pdf 484kb)

pdf file2016 Forum Attendee Roster (.pdf 107kb)

pdf file2015 Forum Attendee Roster (.pdf 132kb)

Past Forums

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  • 38th Forum -- October 28-31, 2012 - Biloxi, Mississippi
  • 37th Forum -- July 31 - August 3, 2011 - Charlotte, North Carolina
  • 36th Forum -- July 25 - 28, 2010 - New Orleans, Louisiana
  • 35th Forum -- July 12 - 16, 2009 - Phoenix, Arizona
  • 34th Forum -- July 26 - 31, 2008 - Orlando, Florida
  • 33rd Forum -- July 22-26, 2007 - St. Louis, Missouri
  • 32nd Forum -- July 30 - August 3, 2006 - Palm Desert, California
  • 31st Forum -- July 31 - August 4, 2005 - Buffalo, New York
  • 30th Forum -- July 25-29, 2004 - Nashville, Tennessee
  • 29th Forum -- July 14-17, 2003 - Denver, Colorado
  • 28th Forum -- July 2002 - Orlando, Florida
  • 27th Forum -- July 28 - August 2, 2001 - New Orleans, Louisiana
  • 25th Forum -- July 1999 - Danvers, Massachusetts
  • 1st Forum -- November 1974 : New Orleans, Louisiana 1974 Forum Program pdf file - (3,084 kb)

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