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Local Address:  Sharon , Pennsylvania , United States
Meadville Police Department

Employment History

  • School Safety Officer
    Meadville Police Department
  • School Safety and Public Information Officer
    Meadville Police Department
  • School Safety Officer
    City of Meadville
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Mike Tautin, school safety ..., 3 Sept 2009 [cached]
Mike Tautin, school safety officer for Meadville Police Department, said.
"Slow down," Tautin said. "Take your time. Watch for kids."
That advice, he was quick to add, doesn't just apply when elementary students may be in the vicinity.
"Stop" is a very important word for drivers to keep in mind when students may be on the streets, according to Tautin.
Pennsylvania law always requires drivers to yield to pedestrians crossing at intersections or in crosswalks. However, once a crossing guard is in an intersection, the guard has complete control. "Drivers must wait until the guard has seen the kids safely across the street and has exited the intersection," Tautin said.
"There will be multiple buses going in and out of those areas both morning and afternoon, so use extra caution," Tautin said.
Mike Tautin, Meadville ..., 21 May 2009 [cached]
Mike Tautin, Meadville Police Department's school safety and public information officer; and an East Central representative to the nation's capital.
In Washington, she joined safety patrollers representing AAA motor clubs from across the nation being honored by the organization for their hard work and dedication with an all-expense-paid celebration that included a trip to the White House and U.S. Capitol as well as an exclusive hand-on, behind-the-scenes event with the FBI.
Officer Tautin, who nominated McCartney for the award, agrees with Davis' assessment.
One of the things that really impressed Tautin, he added, was the response he got from the folks at East End. "She's a great girl at the school - they loved her," he said with a grin. "She's a natural candidate."
Mike Tautin, the City ..., 18 July 2012 [cached]
Mike Tautin, the City of Meadville's school safety officer. Tautin directs the crossing guard and safety patrol programs for schools in Crawford Central's Meadville attendance area.
Mike Tautin of ..., 21 Sept 2010 [cached]
Mike Tautin of Meadville Police Department.
Mike Tautin of ..., 21 Sept 2010 [cached]
Mike Tautin of Meadville Police Department.
On Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Meadville police join in National Take-Back Day, giving the public a chance to turn in expired or unwanted pharmaceuticals and other medications for safe disposal.
Collection will be at two sites in Crawford County - Meadville Police Department at 984 Water St., and the Pennsylvania State Police barracks at 11176 Murray Road in Vernon Township.
"It's free of charge and no questions asked," said Tautin.
The nationwide one-day effort is being coordinated by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration with state and local law enforcement to remove potentially dangerous controlled substances from medicine cabinets for safe disposal.
There are a couple of reasons behind it, Tautin said. It eliminates a potential source of supply for illegal drug use and gets rid of a risk to public health and safety.
"With teens, the abuse of prescription drugs is on the rise nationwide," Tautin said. "Most are getting them from grandma's medicine cabinet or mom and dad's a few at a time and they don't know the medication is gone. We don't want people to be an unwitting supplier."
Removing expired or unused drugs may eliminate the possibility of abuse, an accidental poisoning or overdose, Tautin said.
"The more you have them hanging around the more likely it is to happen," Tautin said.
Saturday's collection is also designed to protect the environment.
Flushing prescriptions down the toilet is discouraged because studies show that medications may end up tainting groundwater sources, he said.
Only prescription and over-the-counter tablets and capsules will be accepted, Tautin said.
Intravenous medications, injectable medications and needles won't be accepted, he said.
"We want people to come in and dump their pills, but take the containers back with them," he said.
Mike Tautin of Meadville Police Department.
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