Motorcycle Crash Investigation (Meriden, CT)
Pedestrian and Bicycle crashes are often poorly investigated because officers are poorly trained. This 5-day course is designed to instruct police officers in specific disciplines of investigation and documentation of evidence from these types of collisions. Specific factors related to this special type of crash will be discussed. There will be detailed instruction on identification of roadway markings, vehicle damage, pedestrian/cyclist injuries and bicycle damage and how they apply to the reconstruction. Specific mathematical models and formulas will be demonstrated, defined and practiced. Human factors will be discussed and reviewed as to their relationship to the causation of the collision. Ultimately, the officer will have a comprehensive understanding of how to collect, interpret and reach reasonable conclusions based upon their reconstruction of the events.
According to the National Governor’s Highway Safety Association, 2019 is projected to have the largest number of pedestrian fatalities in the U.S. since 1990.
Time and Distance
Perception Reaction Time
Effects of Braking
Area of Final Rest
Collision Sequence Overview
In-Field Dummy/Car Crash Tests (Video)
Crash Test Analysis
New Techniques for Evidence Documentation
Nighttime Visibility and Collisions
Formulas and Equations
Cost: $750.00 per person
Where: Meriden Police Department, 50 W Main Street, Meriden, CT 06451
When: August 26-30 2019
Check-in: 7:30AM – 8:00AM Class Hours: 8:00AM – 4:00PM
To Register: Please complete the registration form that is attached to this course flyer and email to email@example.com.
Purchase Orders and/or Checks Should be Sent to: SRR Traffic Safety Consulting, LLC, 7 Marion Avenue, Andover, MA 01810
Inquiries can be Directed to: Chief Reggie Redfern (Ret.) Phone: 413-626-9554
Instructor: Dale Farmer, has been a reconstructionist since 1996 and retired from the Kingsport, TN PD in September 2013 after 31 years in law enforcement. In 2001, he received accreditation from ACTAR (#1182) and was certified as a DRE in 2005. Mr. Farmer formed Farmer Collision Analysis in 1999 and investigates crashes in Tennessee, Virginia, Arkansas, North Carolina and Kentucky. Mr. Famer has testified numerous times as an expert in crash investigations and crash reconstruction in Tennessee and Kentucky in Civil, Criminal and Federal Courts. Mr. Farmer currently teaches crash investigation and DUI enforcement classes for the Tennessee Governors Highway Safety Office, Walters State Community College Law Enforcement Academy and the Tennessee Attorney Generals Conference. He joined the growing list of professional instructors for SRR Training in 2016. Mr. Farmer is currently member of the Board of Directors for ACTAR and is nationally known for his expertise in crash reconstruction and his teaching ability in this field.