Collision Reconstruction Seminar
Course Description: This annual seminar is designed for all active law enforcement collision reconstructionist. The purpose is to allow reconstructionist to network with others in their field to explore new ideas and technology in the dynamic fields of collision reconstruction. The seminar changes every year and will concentrate on the review of interesting investigations, field studies, and training in specialized areas of reconstruction.
Past Topics Include: Event Date Recorders, Rotational Mechanics, Human Factors, Occupant Kinematics, Injuries & Biomechanics, Rollover Analysis, Optics/Lighting & Visibility, Tire Friction, Narrow Object Impacts, Restraint Systems, Computer Animations, Critical Speed Yaw Analysis, Tire Dynamics, Tire Failure, Sensitivity Analysis, Traffic Signals, Infotainment Systems, GPS, Forensic Mapping, Digital Photography, and Expert Testimony as will as advanced techniques for motorcycle, pedestrian, and commercial vehicle collision investigation.
This seminar also includes live crash testing as well as on interactive field experiments.
Instructional Hours: 5 days/40 hours
Audience: PSP, MP
Historically, A.C.T.A.R.* - certified attendees have been approved to receive up to 24 CEUs.
*Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction.
Registration: Please register for the classes below using form SP 8-130. All applications must be received 7 days prior to the course start date.
Locations: For a list of all training centers and directions, please visit the Training Center Page.
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