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Traffic Coordination Section
 
 
Traffic Coordination Section (TCS)
100 West 1st Street, 4th Floor
213-486-0690

Traffic Coordination Section, within the Emergency Operations Division provides support and administrative services related to traffic issues.  TCS is comprised of the Traffic Analytical Unit, and the Multi-Discipline Collision Investigation Team (MCIT). Captain Fontanetta is the commanding officer.


Traffic Analytical Unit
100 West 1st Street, 4th Floor
213-486-0690

The Traffic Analytical Unit is responsible for the following:

  • Conducting traffic related research
  • Analyzing traffic legislation and court decisions
  • Proposing additions and amendments to the California Vehicle Code
  • Preparing annual budget for the Department's traffic functions
  • Liaisons with Department of Transportation (DOT), California Highway Patrol (CHP), and Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)
  • Emergency Driving-Under-the-Influence Cost Recovery Program
  • Grant programs such as: California Office of Traffic Safety and Photo Red-Light/Electronic Traffic Enforcement
  • Department Fleet Safety Programs
  • Providing Fleet Safety information to TEAMS
  • Publishing monthly Total Resources Attack on Fatalities (TRAF) Bulletin
  • Liaison with CHP and DMV to correct officers' driving history
  • Liaison with DOT regarding T/C data
  • Maintaining and providing traffic statistics
  • Coordinating all facets of the Radar Program (including staff research, legislation analysis, and proposing amendments to the California Vehicle Code)
  • Preparing annual budget for new radar and maintenance
  • Conducting 16-hour POST Laser School

Multi-Discipline Collision Investigation Team
100 West 1st Street, 4th Floor
213-486-0690
 
The Multi-Discipline Collision Investigation Team is responsible for the following:

  • Maintaining the Department Traffic Manual
  • Completing traffic collision reconstructions
  • Providing expert testimony
  • Conducting 40-hour POST Basic, Intermediate, and Enhanced Collision Investigation (CI) School
  • Traffic Trainee Test Administration
  • Roll-Call and training day instruction
  • On-call availability to investigate T/C's that meet MCIT criteria
  • Conduct compelled interviews of Department employees involved in T/C’s on MCIT call-outs
  • Investigate traffic-related crimes on MCIT call-outs
 
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