Report of Violation Form

Act 75 of 2001 added Section 3327 to the Vehicle Code, called Duty of Driver in Emergency Response Areas.  This law required persons entering a marked emergency response area to obey the directions of persons who were controlling traffic; also, obey the direction of flares, cones, etc.  It also required them to drive at a reasonable speed in the area, and doubled the fines of 20 Vehicle Code sections.

As a requirement, the Emergency Responder has to prepare a written report outlining a violation.  This written report will follow along with the citation until the case is complete.

A form was developed and approved by the Pennsylvania Fire Police Association to make the Fire Police job easier.

A few years later, the law changed, requiring the form to be changed (hence the revision date in the upper right corner).  Fill out what you know, leave the rest blank.  Use the blank reverse to write yourself notes; draw a diagram if you wish.  Take care to ensure the form's filled out neatly - remember, it goes along with the citation.  If your handwriting sucks, have someone else print it, use a typewriter, or use the computer template.

Report of Violation Form (fill in the blank)

Report of Violation Form (Microsoft Word Template) (download this then bring it up in Word)

 

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