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Collision Reconstruction Services LLC, accident investigation, reconstruction, expert testimony, expert witness, diagramming, black box, event data recorder, commercial vehicle accidents, cmv, EDR, Bosch Crash Data Retrieval

April 29 - May 3, 2019
8 am to 5 pm each day
Colorado FOP State Lodge
8400 Alcott Street
Westminster, Colorado 80031
$925 per person.

At Scene Collision Investigation - Level I

March 25 - April 5, 2019
8 am to 5 pm each day
Pueblo Police Department
200 S Main Street
Pueblo, Colorado 81003
Free to Colorado Law Enforcement. 
All other attendees are $1080 per person.

At Scene Collision Investigation - Level I

The Traffic Collision Reconstruction course is another level of instruction for police officers, investigators and engineers who will be investigating automobile collisions.  The course will cover energy, time and distance analysis, formula derivations, and advanced airborne equations in depth as each attendee works on several traffic collision reconstructions.  During the course, attendees will apply the information learned from the At Scene Collision Investigation (Level I) and Advanced Technical Collision Investigation (Level II) and learn to reconstruct vehicle collisions to provide answers as to what happened during a collision.  Attendees will also be introduced to commercial motor vehicle and heavy truck collision reconstruction as well as event data recorder reports and their use in reconstructions. 

This course is designed for the police officer, investigator, engineer, or other person who responsible for critical automobile collision investigation and the analysis of those collisions.  Attendees will need to bring a scientific calculator to class as well as a laptop computer which has the ability to view ".pdf" files.  Course materials will be provided electronically.  


A mandatory prerequisite for the course is the successful completion of  At-Scene Collision Investigation (Level I) and Advanced Technical Collision Investigation from an accredited source (AIRS, Northwestern, IPTM, etc.)  Students should expect substantial course work and projects to reinforce course instruction.

Traffic Collision Reconstruction- Level III

Investigating Commercial Motor Vehicle Crashes

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Current Course Offerings

January 21 - February 1, 2019
8 am to 5 pm each day
Longmont Police Department
225 Kimbark Street
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Free to Colorado Law Enforcement. 
All other attendees are $950 per person.

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The At Scene Collision Investigation course is the first level of instruction for police officers, investigators and engineers who will be investigating automobile collisions.  The course will cover the identification and documentation of roadway evidence, skid mark analysis, report writing, scale diagramming, scene photography, an introduction to time and distance analysis, and an introduction to airborne equations.  This course is designed for the police officer, investigator, engineer, or other person who responsible for automobile collision investigation and the analysis of those collisions.  Attendees will need to bring a scientific calculator to class as well as a laptop computer which has the ability to view ".pdf" files.  Course materials will be provided electronically.  

Students should expect substantial course work and projects to reinforce course instruction.

The Bosch Crash Data Retrieval Technician Course is designed to provide instruction in the use of the Bosch CDR software and tool system to collect electronic crash data from event data recorders installed in 17 manufacturers vehicles.   Attendees will be be taught how to properly select the proper connection to retrieve data from vehicles via the diagnostic link connector. Attendees will be instructed on the location and identification of module(s) which may contain event data recorder data how to connect directly to those modules.  Attendees will need to bring a laptop computer which has the ability to view ".pdf" files.  Course materials will be provided electronically.  

The Investigating Commercial Motor Vehicle Crashes course is designed for police officers, investigators and engineers who will be investigating collisions involving semi-tractor/trailers, recreational vehicles, trucks and trailer combinations and other heavy equipment.  The course will cover commercial vehicle types, part nomenclature of large trucks and air brakes, brake systems, Federal Motor Carrier Regulations, brake force calculations for air brake systems, center of mass of articulated vehicles with loads, coupling devices, an introduction to engine control modules and other electronic data contained in commercial vehicles, and collision dynamics.  During the course, attendees will apply the information learned from the At Scene Collision Investigation (Level I) and Advanced Technical Collision Investigation (Level II).

This course is designed for the police officer, investigator, engineer, or other person who responsible for critical automobile collision investigation and the analysis of those collisions.  Attendees will need to bring a scientific calculator to class as well as a laptop computer which has the ability to view ".pdf" files.  Course materials will be provided electronically.  

A mandatory prerequisite for the course is the successful completion of  At-Scene Collision Investigation (Level I) and Advanced Technical Collision Investigation from an accredited source (AIRS, Northwestern, IPTM, etc.)  Students should expect substantial course work and projects to reinforce course instruction.

January 14-18, 2019
8 am to 5 pm each day
Pueblo Police Department
200 S Main Street
Pueblo, Colorado 81003
Free to Colorado Law Enforcement. 
All other attendees are $550 per person.

Advanced Technical Collision Investigation - Level II

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January 10-11, 2019
8 am to 5 pm each day
Golden Police Department
911 10th Street
Golden, Colorado 80401
$275 per person.

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February 18 - March 1, 2019
8 am to 5 pm each day
Boulder Police Department
1805 33rd Street
Boulder, Colorado 80301
All other attendees are $1080 per person.

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Bosch Crash Data Retrieval Technician

Traffic Collision Reconstruction- Level III

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The Traffic Collision Reconstruction course is another level of instruction for police officers, investigators and engineers who will be investigating automobile collisions.  The course will cover energy, time and distance analysis, formula derivations, and advanced airborne equations in depth as each attendee works on several traffic collision reconstructions.  During the course, attendees will apply the information learned from the At Scene Collision Investigation (Level I) and Advanced Technical Collision Investigation (Level II) and learn to reconstruct vehicle collisions to provide answers as to what happened during a collision.  Attendees will also be introduced to commercial motor vehicle and heavy truck collision reconstruction as well as event data recorder reports and their use in reconstructions. 

This course is designed for the police officer, investigator, engineer, or other person who responsible for critical automobile collision investigation and the analysis of those collisions.  Attendees will need to bring a scientific calculator to class as well as a laptop computer which has the ability to view ".pdf" files.  Course materials will be provided electronically.  


A mandatory prerequisite for the course is the successful completion of  At-Scene Collision Investigation (Level I) and Advanced Technical Collision Investigation from an accredited source (AIRS, Northwestern, IPTM, etc.)  Students should expect substantial course work and projects to reinforce course instruction.

The Advanced Technical Collision Investigation course is the second level of instruction for police officers, investigators and engineers who will be investigating automobile collisions.  The course will cover time and distance analysis in automobile collision investigations, linear perimeter measurements, crush damage analysis, vehicle dynamics, occupant kinematics, advanced airborne equations, conservation of linear momentum, and an introduction to automobile vs. pedestrian collision analysis.  This course is designed for the police officer, investigator, engineer, or other person who responsible for critical automobile collision investigation and the analysis of those collisions.  Attendees will need to bring a scientific calculator to class as well as a laptop computer which has the ability to view ".pdf" files.  Course materials will be provided electronically.  

A mandatory prerequisite for the course is At-Scene Collision Investigation (Level I) from an accredited source (AIRS, Northwestern, IPTM, etc.)  Students should expect substantial course work and projects to reinforce course instruction.