The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, in cooperation with state and local law enforcement agencies, has created regional Traffic Enforcement Networks around the State of Georgia.
There are currently sixteen regional traffic enforcement networks servicing all 159 counties in Georgia. The regional networks are open to all sworn law enforcement officers and prosecutors and are designed to enhance traffic enforcement activities through networking, training and legislation. The networks serve as a catalyst for traffic enforcement officers to voice their concerns and share ideas with their counterparts from other agencies in their region. Guest speakers and panelists have included state and municipal court judges, prosecutors, legislators, MADD representatives, Public Service Commission, and ALS judges.
Each law enforcement agency in the State of Georgia is encouraged to participate in a regional Traffic Enforcement Network. If you would like more information, please contact the traffic enforcement network coordinator for your region or contact GOHS Law Enforcement Division Director Roger Hayes at 404-971-0379.