Patrick Dolan currently manages the statistics office for the TN Dept. of Safety and Homeland Security. He is an expert in traffic crash classification and
crash data models, and has over eight years' experience working with traffic records systems and analysis. Previously he served as the lead analyst for the
Department’s predictive analytics program, the statistical analyst for the Department’s commercial vehicle enforcement unit, and as a statistical analyst for
the Department’s Tennessee Integrated Traffic Analysis Network (TITAN) business unit. He was among the original employees who implemented the TITAN system, which
is a statewide all-electronic traffic data warehouse and analysis tool. The TITAN system fostered and continues to be a critical piece of the data-driven approach
to traffic crash reduction in Tennessee, and particularly within the Tennessee Highway Patrol.
Mr. Dolan received his Bachelor’s degree, cum laude, from Belmont University and the Master of Arts degree from Middle Tennessee State University where he was inducted into
the Phi Kappa Phi national honor society. He is a board member of the Association of Transportation Safety Information Professionals and a member of the Mathematical Association of America.