Our Mission Statement

Established in 1974
This organization shall be known as the New Jersey Police Traffic Officers' Association

which is formed for the following purposes: 


  • To associate Police Officers engaged in the various areas of Traffic Safety into an organized body so they may be kept apprised of the latest technology, training, and legislation in the areas of Traffic Safety. 


  • To establish and advance cooperation in the police profession and provide guidance and educational techniques to accomplish the goals of the association. 


  • To contribute time and effort to the citizens of New Jersey by means of serving on statewide traffic safety committees. 


  • To recommend and support legislation consistent with the goals and purposes of this association and public safety.

A chronological listing of the Governor's Executive Orders, NJ OEM Administrative Orders, the NJAG Law Enforcement Directives, and the MVC Administrative Orders all related to the COVID-19 outbreak can be found on the second page of our website.  

Click here to go to the list. 

Remember the five tenets of Below 100
Wear your seat belt
Watch your speed
Wear your vest
WIN: What's Important Now
Complacency kills
&
When in traffic
Wear your high visibility safety vest !!

Stay Safe Out There

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Welcome to the official site of the New Jersey Police Traffic Officers Association (NJPTOA).

A unique statewide association, established in 1974, made up of Law Enforcement, Public Sector Agencies, and Private Sector Entities, all with the common goal of enhancing traffic safety in the Garden State.

 This site serves as a resource for our members to exchange ideas and build working relationships. 

​​New Jersey Police Traffic Officers Association

WELCOME


Est. 1974

Vehicle Safety Recalls Week == March 8-12, 2021
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
NHTSA manages vehicle safety recalls, sets vehicle safety standards, and requires automakers to recall vehicles with safety defects or do not meet those standards.

During Vehicle Safety Recalls Week, NHTSA wants to increase everyone's awareness of the urgency of safety recalls and to encourage you to check and see if there’s an open recall on your vehicle.  You can go to NHTSA's recall website https://www.nhtsa.gov/recalls and follow the instructions to check to see if there are any recalls for your vehicle.


Don't forget daylight savings time starts at 2:00 am on Sunday, March 14th.