Pennsylvania Traffic Safety Enforcement Resource Center

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BUPA Region 1

PennDOT Highway Safety Region 1:
(PennDOT District 6-0)

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Gordon Beck
Region 1 LEL
35 Diamond Dr.
Newtown , Pa 18940
Phone: (215) 860-3007
Cell: (215) 219-8575

BUPA Region 2

PennDOT Highway Safety Region 2:
(PennDOT District 8-0)

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Jeff Bowman
Region 2 LEL
405 West Norwegian St
Pottsville, Pa 17901
Phone: (570) 628-2414
Cell: (570) 656-6258

BUPA Region 3

PennDOT Highway Safety Region 3:
Berks-Carbon-Lehigh-Monroe-Northampton-Schuylkill (PennDOT District 5-0)

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Robin Rivera
Region 3 LEL
3987 Lehigh Drive
Northampton, Pa 18067
Cell: (610) 248-5437

BUPA Region 4

PennDOT Highway Safety Region 4:
(PennDOT District 3-0)

Lackawanna-Luzerne-Pike-Susquehanna-Wayne-Wyoming (PennDOT District 4-0)

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John Morgan
Region 4 LEL
405 West Norwegian St
Pottsville, Pa 17901
Phone: (570) 628-2416
Cell: (570) 449-7023

BUPA Region 5

PennDOT Highway Safety Region 5:
(PennDOT District 1-0)

(PennDOT District 2-0)

(PennDOT District 9-0)

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Phil Hoh
Region 5 LEL
643 Center Street
Saint Mary’s, Pa 15857
Cell: 814-594-5466
Fax: 570-628-2419

BUPA Region 6

PennDOT Highway Safety Region 6:
(PennDOT District 10-0)

Allegheny-Beaver- Lawrence
(PennDOT District 11-0)

(PennDOT District 12-0)

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Jim Marsh
Region 6 LEL
295 Millers Run Rd.
Bridgeville, Pa 15017
Phone: 412-221-0244
Cell: 412-334-2107



Countdown to Teen Mobilization
October 17th - 28th

2016 Teen Mobilization

2016 Teen Mobilization

Teen Education and Enforcement Mobilization is scheduled for October 17 – 28, 2016

Over 100 law enforcement agencies across Pennsylvania have agreed to participate in the 12-day Teen Seat Belt Mobilization scheduled from October 17 – October 28, 2016. This Teen Mobilization will coincide with the National Teen Driver Safety Week. The goal of this Teen Mobilization is very specific; to increase belt use among drivers and passengers under the age of 18 and ultimately save young lives. The focus will primarily be on youth drivers, (under the age of18) on school campuses, targeted youth events, or roadways around their high schools. The goal of the mobilization is to reach 120 secondary schools and contact 75,000 students.

This is primarily an enforcement mobilization. Law enforcement agencies will be issuing seat belt citations when identified. Drivers and passengers under the age of 18, not wearing safety belts is a primary offense. The vehicle can be detained solely for that violation. The cost for conviction is a minimum of $60.00 for teens.

All participating LEAs will complete Seat Belt Informational Sites, on or around the High School Campus, work with the school and local media to generate earned media and public awareness, complete school presentations and then initiate teen seat belt enforcement.

Law enforcement officers will work with their schools to complete in-class “Survival 101” and “Sixteen Minutes “programs. “Survival 101” is a dynamic 35-to 45-minute multimedia presentation geared toward middle and high school students. In addition to occupant protection it covers unsafe driving practices, crash dynamics, consequences and preventive safety measures. Each session is led by a police officer with first-hand experience, and includes topics like distracted driving with an emphasis on cell phones and texting, as well as aggressive driving and fatigue.

“Sixteen Minutes” is a targeted 16-minute program for students approaching their 16th
birthdays. Held in monthly small group sessions, the program gives students a chance to talk personally with a trained law enforcement officer before getting behind the wheel for the first time.

BUPA understands providing students with strong comprehensive traffic safety education could mean the difference between life and death. Traffic crashes continue to remain the leading cause of death for Pennsylvania’s young people and two thirds of those killed each year still remain unbelted. The Teen Seat Belt Mobilization provides one more opportunity to save more young lives or reduce serious injuries.

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Educational Programs

Buckle Up Pennsylvania offers three innovative traffic safety Educational Programs [ for K-12 students. If you are interested in being trained as a presenter, please contact Mark Alonge.

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