March 17, 2020 - Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving

If you’re heading out to a St. Patrick’s Day celebration, make sure you have more than just the luck o’ the Irish on your side. These celebrations are one of the biggest drinking nights of the year, and this, unfortunately, means more drunk drivers on the roads. Drunk driving accounts for nearly one-third of vehicle-related fatalities in the United States.


This St. Patrick’s Day weekend, remember: Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving. If you plan to go out and enjoy the evening with alcohol, make sure you refrain from driving. Review these facts and share the word about the dangers of drunk driving so you can continue merry-making for all the St. Paddy’s Days to come.

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Vehicle Safety Recalls Week / March 2-6, 2020


The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) manages vehicle safety recalls, sets vehicle safety 

standards, and requires automakers to recall vehicles that have safety defects or do not meet those standards. 

If your car has a recall, get it fixed - it could save a life.

Also, check your vehicle for recalls at least twice a year, and sign up to receive alerts about new recalls atnhtsa.gov/recalls


Recalls Campaign Research Report
NHTSA wants to increase awareness and utilization of its nhtsa.gov/recalls website and has developed an online
campaign to help build awareness and usage among the general population, including the auto-buying public
and select target audiences.     
Click here to download this report.

WELCOME

​​​​New Jersey Police Traffic Officers Association 

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

Our association is dedicated to enhancing traffic safety in New Jersey.

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

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


See the Training Section for a list of Below 100 seminars in NJ.


Our Mission Statement


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.