Christopher Osbourn has been with the Department of Safety and Homeland Security since 2004. Christopher currently serves as the department’s Integrated Traffic Analysis Network (TITAN) Program Director. Christopher oversees the TITAN Program and Tennessee’s traffic records management system, Predictive Analytics and Statistical Analysis, Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS), and GIS Services. Christopher strives to assist other agencies with providing them traffic related data that will aid in promoting a safer Tennessee. Christopher was instrumental in the development of the department’s Predictive Analytics Model which was developed with IBM. This model takes historic crash data, special events, weather predictions, arrests, and alcohol and drug related incidents and provides troopers with the ability to utilize information to strategically self-deploy into areas of high risk for serious crashes and highway fatalities involving impaired drivers, unrestrained, and distracted drivers. Christopher and the TITAN Business Unit directly help to reduce crime in Tennessee by providing officers with focused data-driven criminal statistical interdiction. Christopher graduated with a Master’s Degree from Clemson University and a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Central Florida.