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Srr Traffic courses for law enforcement officers Introduction to Night-time Crash Investigations
 
 
Instruction for Law Enforcement Officers Tuition $ 299 US SRR Traffic
   
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1:30PM-2:00PM

Class Hours: 2:00PM-10:00PM
Recommended Hotel:  TBA
Directions: www.mapquest.com

 

This course has been approved by ACTAR for 14 CEUs.

 

This is a two-night course dealing with night-time visibility as it relates to the investigation of vehicle and pedestrian crashes.  Obviously, the driving challenges at night-time are greater than during the day because many of the visual cues necessary for safe driving, such as warning signs and pavement markings, are harder to see. As a matter of fact, approximately half of all fatalities due to motor vehicle crashes occur at night, even though the traffic volume is substantially less. According to data in Traffic Safety Facts 2000, published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the fatal crash rate for night-time driving is three to four times that for daytime driving.

A large proportion of night-time crashes are single-vehicle, run-off-the-road crashes, suggesting that a driver's inability to recognize delineation, guidance, or warning information may be a contributing factor. Lack of visibility may contribute to crashes involving pedestrians as well. In addition, adverse weather further complicates night driving by rendering pavement markings nearly invisible when covered with only a small amount of water, ice, or snow.  Many of these same challenges facing drivers face police investigators as well.  The inability to clearly see and document evidence while working sometimes in complete darkness, except for headlights and minimal artificial lighting, poses numerous problems, including officer safety.

This course will cover issues such as:

  • Conspicuity
  • Civil Twilight
  • Environmental Lighting
  • Headlamp Mapping
  • Ergonomics of Signage
  • Perception Reaction Time
  • Introduction to Nighttime Photography
  • Camera Familiarity
  • Nighttime Settings
  • Auxiliary Lighting
  • Field Exercises
  • Hands-On Scenarios
  • Collecting Photographic Evidence
  • Utilizing Different Lenses at Night
  • Scene Measurements
  • Planning the Crash Scene Photos
  • Courtroom Presentation
  • And Much More!


Instruction will include “hands-on” scene shooting, classroom and case study review. 
Students are encouraged to bring their department’s digital camera and a tripod.

"Another great class, Thanks!"  Inspector Dan Houston, Lowell, MA Police Department

"The hands-on outside was most helpful.  It's good to learn in class, but better to actually practice what you learn."  Officer Kevin Cooney, Burlington, MA Police Department

" 5+"  Officer Jeffrey Joniec, Holyoke, MA Police Department

 
     
 
Instruction for Law Enforcement Officers Tuition $ 299 US SRR Traffic
 
     
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