Advanced Crash Investigation
|Date(s):||August 21 - September 1, 2017|
|Start/End Time(s):||8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. each day|
Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy
This eighty (80) hour course is designed for those officers who wish to enhance their knowledge and skill level in relation to crash investigation far beyond that of a first responder. The content of this course significantly extends the learning curve beyond what is offered in the Basic Crash Investigation course, yet follows that course in direct succession.
The death of an individual in a motor vehicle crash is no less important, painful or traumatic on family members than a person who may have been killed in a robbery. Each requires a thorough investigation. After years of accepting motor vehicle crashes as “accidents,” police departments are now training more officers in the skills necessary to investigate crashes that lead to serious physical injury or death just as they would at any other crime scene.
In this course, the students will begin with a mathematics review and then delve into:
Hands-on activities will test the student’s knowledge and provide an opportunity for skills application under real world situations. This class is a requirement for those individuals wishing to advance to Crash Reconstruction.
|Prerequisites:||Must have completed an 80 hour Basic Crash Investigation course, or its equivalent.|
Registration for the class is through https://www.setraininggroup.com/registration
For room and board at TLETA, please contact Kim Moss at firstname.lastname@example.org or (615) 741-8344.
|Other Notes:||There is a maximum of 30 students for this class.|