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Date(s) - 12/02/2019 - 12/13/2019
8:00 am - 5:00 pm


Traffic Crash Reconstruction 1,  click here for Flyer December 2-13, 2019

In Traffic Crash Reconstruction 1, students learn the skills needed to determine how a crash likely occurred. The course focuses on analyzing and interpreting information that has been collected at lower levels of investigation in order to describe the crash and the events leading to actual impact in as much detail as possible.

Through lectures, course material and the extensive analysis of real-world case studies, students are provided the training necessary to successfully reconstruct traffic crashes. Students learn to find undetected facts in available information and to deduce from these facts the circumstances that prove or disprove a theory of how a crash occurred.

In addition to addressing how the latest generation of vehicle electronics – including data recorders, traction and stability controls, multiple airbags – affect both the crash and the crash investigation, specific new topics include: hit-and-run investigations, dealing with event data recorders, technical report writing and other emerging technologies, multiple airbags, etc. – affect both the crash and the crash investigation