Occupant Kinematics for Law Enforcement

Solving the Classic "Who Was Driving?" Case

**Restricted to Law Enforcement Only**

Why is it that every time impaired individuals crash in a single-vehicle, it is always the one that can no longer speak for themselves that was the driver?

You've been in that situation before.  The other occupants blame the deceased one.  In these cases, you must rely on evidence gathered from multiple areas including medical records, injury investigation, physical evidence of occupant contact in the interior, interview techniques, and more.

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You need training delivered to you in an efficient manner that you will benefit from immediately.  We are here to do just that.  We're not interested in pumping you full of pointless work sheets or filler material to take up training hours so we can slap 40 hours on your certificate.

We're interested in helping you learn the ins and outs of pedestrian crash investigation, arm you with the formulas you need to achieve success in your investigation, and preparing you to deliver justice to victims and provide closure to families.

We achieve that by providing you with high-quality training that teaches you technical material in an easy to follow and easy to understand manner.

Course Agenda

Day 1

On the first day of "Occupant Kinematics for Law Enforcement," we are going to start detailing how you can look at medical records and human anatomy with a crash investigation in mind.  We will also introduce you to the case file that we will examine throughout the course showing you how the information you are learning in the course can be used in the field during an actual investigation.

Day 2

On Day 2 we will finish up with medical-related instruction by discussing injury investigation.  With all the medical stuff out of the way, it will be time to take a deep dive into the movement of occupants involved in different types of collisions.  After that, we will start looking at how to analyze seatbelt and restraint systems before you begin the first project of the course, titled "3-Car Challenge".

Day 3

During Day 3 you are going to take a look at rollover crash investigation, interior evidence collection and documentation, and roadside crash interview techniques.  Once all that is complete, you will finish out the day by taking an in-depth look at linear momentum, Delta-V, and PDOF and relate it to the occupant kinematics examination and how it helps determine seating positions for occupants in question.

Day 4

On Day 4 it will be full steam ahead and time to put all your new skills to the test with a full day of math and case file projects designed to make you more confident in your calculations and also to get you to start thinking like an investigator that needs to determine seating positions based on physical evidence located during the investigation.

Day 5

On the final training day, you will participate in virtual inspection projects where you will have to recognize, document, and interpret evidence of occupant contact on the interior components of the vehicles.  Once that is finished, we will head to the final end-of-course written examination and then finish up the final end-of-course administrative tasks.

DON'T JUST TAKE IT FROM US....

"This course helped me have a better understanding of the PDOF and how it relates to occupant movement in a vehicle. Great information and I could use the material right away in my work."
Former Student- Attended Occupant Kinematics for Law Enforcement
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**Pricing in USD**
ABOUT YOUR 
INSTRUCTOR
Bobby J. Mullinax is a law enforcement officer and instructor from South Carolina.  He began his law enforcement career with the Spartanburg (S.C.) Police Department and has over 13 years of traffic-related experience.  He has investigated 1,500 crashes and reconstructed numerous crashes involving fatal and great bodily injuries.  He has also spent nearly 4,000 hours teaching collision reconstruction and traffic enforcement related topics to law enforcement and private investigators across the United States.  You may have already had the opportunity to catch him and one of the numerous conferences he has spoken at on the crash and crime scene reconstruction circuit or ready one his articles featured in the "Accident Reconstruction Journal" or "Collision Magazine".  In 2018, he became only the eighth individual in the world to be recognized as a PhotoModeler Ambassador. 
 

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Law enforcement agencies are pressed for time, personnel, and funding.  We understand that and to help our law enforcement partners out we offer an Agency Usage Guarantee that is like no other.  We guarantee the agency will benefit from this training by FINALLY being the group that offered TRAINING INSURANCE for law enforcement.
  • Learning: If your attendee fails to achieve a minimum passing score in one of our virtual courses, they will receive remedial coursework in the area of their deficiency.  They will then be re-tested.  If they again fail to achieve a passing score, they will be allowed to re-take the course in its entirety.  
  • Life Happens: If you begin training one of your officers with us and life happens, whether it is injury, sickness, or excessive obligation, and they will be unable to finish the course within the allotted time frame, we will place them in a holding pattern allowing them to restart the course at a later time when they are able to finish.  Alternatively, the registration can be transferred to another individual in your agency if the original attendee has completed less than 20% of the course.
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