Michigan’s quality control initiatives have developed into an established program with measurable benefits. Critical data elements must be identified to drive your state’s quality control efforts. Michigan will show detailed examples of critical data elements and how quality control is performed to improve these areas. Attendees will be provided with a guide, highlighting Michigan’s quality control efforts.
Sydney Smith | Manager, Traffic Crash Reporting Unit | Michigan State Police – Criminal Justice Information Center
Sydney Smith has been with the Michigan State Police for over 25 years. Ms. Smith is responsible for managing unit personnel as well as the statewide crash repository, the Traffic Crash Reporting System (TCRS) database.
Scott Carlson | Sergeant – UD-10 Trainer | MSP
Scott Carlson has been with the Michigan State Police for over 24 years. Sgt. Carlson is currently assigned to the State Police Traffic Crash Reporting Unit as the statewide training coordinator for the UD-10 Traffic Crash Report.
Amanda Heinze | Crash Specialist | MSP
Amanda Heinzehas been with the Michigan State Police for 15 years. She is currently a Specialist in the Traffic Crash Reporting Unit and provides statistics and crash data to law enforcement agencies, the media and responds to public crash requests.
Melissa Marinoff | Quality Control Analyst | MSP
Melissa Marinoff has been with the Michigan State Police for 16 years and is a Department Analyst in the Traffic Crash Reporting Unit. Ms. Marinoff leads the Quality Control process for the Traffic Crash Reporting System (TCRS) database assuring information within the TCRS database is accurate and complete.
Brian Sine | IT Programmer Analyst | DTMB
Brian Sine has been with the Michigan State Police – Department of Technology, Management, and Budget for over 12 years, and has supported the Traffic Crash Reporting System (TCRS) for the past 18 years. Brian helped design, develop, implement, and currently maintains the TCRS suite of applications, and also provides statistical information to Crash data partners.