Welcome to the Tennessee TSRP Website

Over 36,560 people died in traffic crashes in the United States in 2018. Traffic crashes are the number one cause of death for children between the ages of 1 and 14. In Tennessee, traffic crashes took the lives of over 1,160 people in 2019. 21.5% of these fatalities involved alcohol and 18.5% involved drugs. Over 8,000 DUI related cases were prosecuted in Tennessee in 2019. Of course, these cases are all preventable. Our goal, as Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutors (TSRPs), is to change the attitudes and behaviors of drivers through education, enforcement and community partnerships, so that we can achieve “Zero Deaths” caused by traffic crashes. Although this goal is ambitious, it is achievable.

Traffic Accident

Vehicular Homicides, Vehicular Assaults and DUI related prosecutions are particularly complicated and require special training, education and resources. DUI related laws and issues are constantly changing and current information and resources are needed. The Tennessee District Attorneys General Conference and the TSRPs have designed this website as a resource to protect traffic safety within Tennessee. This website is divided into two sections, a public section and a private section. The public section provides articles, newsletters, studies and resources for the Tennessee community. The private section provides resources for Tennessee prosecutors and it requires password access.

The TSRPs work closely with Tennessee prosecutors, the Tennessee Highway Safety Office, Tennessee law enforcement, the Impaired Driving Advisory Council, MADD and many community organizations to promote traffic safety. TSRPs provide training seminars, classes and informative updates to prosecutors and law enforcement officers across Tennessee. We provide a quarterly newsletter and other resources that can be found on this website. Please join us towards our goal of changing behaviors and protecting lives.

  • Terry E. Wood
  • Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor
  • TNDAGC
  • Linda D. Walls
  • Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor
  • TNDAGC

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