Accident Investigation

and

Reconstruction Specialists, Inc.

2019 Classes

​June 3 - 7, 2019

8 am to 5 pm each day

Colorado FOP State Lodge

8400 Alcott Street

Westminster, Colorado 80031

$850 per person if registered before May 3, 2019.  

After May 3rd, the cost is $950 per person.

Motorcycle Reconstruction - Level IV

The Bosch CDR Technician course is a 2-day course providing training on the use of the Bosch Crash Data Retrieval system to collect electronic data from event data recorders installed in vehicles. Attendees will be instructed on the hardware of the system to include the CDR interface module, CDR 900, CDR 500, adapters and cables. Attendees will be instructed in the most current version of the Bosch CDR software. All attendees will complete images of data from vehicles through the diagnostic link connector and directly to the module. All attendees will need to bring a laptop computer. Attendees are not required to provide a Bosch CDR System for the course.

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Automobile vs. Pedestrian Reconstruction - Level IV

The Automobile versus Pedestrian Reconstruction course is designed for police officers, investigators and engineers who will be investigating collisions involving pedestrians and bicyclists.  Attendees will cover formulas used for speed estimates for pedestrian collision investigations.  They will also learn about injury analysis and pedestrian kinematics .  Time and distance analysis will be discussed.  Attendees will learn about the dynamics of pedestrians when struck by vehicles utilizing live crash testing with an anthropomorphic human analog.  Attendees will have the opportunity to take measurements and photographs of the collision scene.  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.

​May 13 - 17, 2019

8 am to 5 pm each day

Colorado FOP State Lodge

8400 Alcott Street

Westminster, Colorado 80031

$850 per person if registered before April 15, 2019. 

After April 15th, the cost is $950 per person.

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Bosch Crash Data Retrieval Technician

​May 28 - 29, 2019

8:30 am to 5 pm each day

Douglas County Sheriff's Office

4000 Justice Way

Castle Rock, Colorado 80109

$275 per person if registered before April 29, 2019. 

After April 29th, the cost is $300 per person.

The Motorcycle Reconstruction course is designed for police officers, investigators and engineers who will be investigating collisions involving vehicles and motorcycles.  Attendees will learn to interpret the unique marks left on the ground by a motorcycle, cover friction values for sliding motorcycles, friction values for operators sliding and rolling, motorcycle braking systems, articulated vehicle issues, fork crush damage analysis, momentum and energy in collision, an more.  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.