ON-SCENE COLLISION INVESTIGATION – LEVEL II
Course Description:Applicants who have completed Accident Scene Management must pass a pretest to attend On-Scene Collision Investigation Level II. This two-week course is designed to assist patrol officers in improving their collision investigation abilities. It deals with the mathematical formulae used in the field of collision investigation including minimum speed, critical curve speed, obtaining roadway coefficient of friction, and finding curve radii. Other topics include: measuring and preparing scale diagrams using various methods, collision scene photography, and effective report writing. There will be several outside exercises dealing with measuring, diagramming, estimating vehicle speeds, and a refresher on identifying some types of physical evidence from the roadway. The course does not include vehicle dynamics; basic math skills are required.
Prerequisite: On-Scene Collision Investigation Level I or Accident Scene Management. A copy of the certificate must be sent with the On-Scene Level II application.
Additional Information: Participants are required to bring a calculator with a square root function.
Registration: Please register for the classes below using form SP 8-130.
Locations: For a list of all training centers and directions, please visit the Training Center Page.
|NETC||4/9/2018 9:00 AM||4/20/2018 3:00 PM||Sergeant Andrew F. Wilk, 570-288-3659, firstname.lastname@example.org||No|
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