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C. A. T. E. N.

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April 16, 2012



The Coastal Area Traffic Enforcement Network (C.A.T.E.N.) is a network within a statewide network comprised of all 159 counties in the State of Georgia  The area networks were organized by the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety to better protect the public while traveling on the highways and roadways of the State of Georgia through traffic enforcement. This objective is accomplished through the exchange of information between traffic enforcement officers, as to specific problem areas, sharing of ideas with their counterparts from other agencies in their region, and training.  C.A.T.E.N. and all the other area networks are comprised of Municipal, County and State law enforcement officers in conjunction with The Governor's Office of Highway Safety and The University of Georgia, Cooperative Extension Service, in the southeast coastal region of the State of Georgia. Counties included in C.A.T.E.N. are Liberty, Long, Tattnall, McIntosh, Brantley, Ware, Pierce, Bacon, Appling, Wayne, Charlton, Glynn, and Camden.

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The Coordinator for C.A.T.E.N. is Lt. W.L. Hires of the Jesup Police Department . The Assistant Coordinator is S/TRP. B.J. Kennedy-Leopold of the Georgia State Patrol.

Each Law enforcement Agency in the State of Georgia is encouraged to participate in a regional Traffic Enforcement Network. If you would like more information about the Georgia Area Traffic Enforcement Networks, please contact the Law Enforcement Coordinator, for the Governor's Office of Highway Safety.

A Tribute to Sgt Carlton D. "Dan" Jenkins, Camden County Sheriff's Office

Killed in the line of duty, August 28, 2000

Shot to death by gunfire in a traffic stop


Officer Down Memorial Page


State and Region Law Enforcement Web Sites

State of Georgia

Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety
Georgia Department of Driver Services

National Highway Safety Administration
Georgia Public Saftey Training Center - Savannah, GA.


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