Monday, July 15, 2019 at 8:00 AM EDT
Friday, July 26, 2019 at 4:00 PM EDT

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Check-in:  Monday, July 15th at 7:30 AM

Class:  Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM until 4:00 PM


Plainville Police Dept. 
19 Neal Court
Plainville, CT 06062

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Chief Reggie Redfern (Ret.) 
SRR Traffic Safety Consultant LLC 

Crash Reconstruction (Plainville, CT) (SOLD OUT - Next course in details) 

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This 80-hour course is designed for those officers who wish to advance to the level of reconstructionist. The course contains reconstruction methodologies, derivation ofequations sensitivity of the methods to uncertainties in field data and vehicle dynamics.  Interested students should have completed SRR’s Basic Crash Investigation and SRR’sAdvanced Crash Investigation or their equivalence as a prerequisite.

This highly technical course requires a strong background in mathematics on the partof the attendee. However, attendees of SRR’s Basic Crash Investigation and Advanced Crash Investigation 80-hour courses will find that this training builds on theknowledge they gained in these two previously attended courses. Upon completing thiscourse, students will:

  • Understand and explain Newton’s laws of motion;
  • Understand the difference between kinetic energy and potential energy and how they relate to speed;
  • Understand and effectively apply reconstruction formulas relating to:
  • Minimum speed equations
  • Kinetic energy equations
  • Airborne speed equations
  • Combined speed equations
  • Critical speed equations
  • Yaw radius equations
  • Conservation of Linear Momentum
  • Vector Addition
  • Roadway friction adjustment for grade
  • Roadway friction adjustment for braking percentages
  • Speeds from crush damage

Students will also complete the course with a strong knowledge and understanding ofthe following topic areas:

  • In-line Impacts;
  • Oblique Impacts;
  • Utility Pole Impacts;
  • Multiple Departure Momentum Analysis;
  • Vector Analysis;
  • Special problems in momentum
  • Fundamentals of Reconstruction Computer Software Programs;
  • Analysis of Information and Courtroom Preparation

Individuals, after having completed Basic Crash and Advanced Crash Investigatio, nand after successfully passing and completing this course will have reached all the necessary requirements related to training to be recognized as a crash reconstructionist.

Where: Plainville Police Dept., 19 Neal Ct.Plainville, CT 06062

When: July 15- July 26, 2019, Monday - Friday

Time: 8:00AM – 4:00PM

Check-in: 7:30AM – 8:00AM Monday, July 15, 2019

.Tuition Fee: $975 per person

Purchase Orders and/or checksshould be sent to: SRR Traffic Safety Consulting, LLC, 7 Marion Avenue, Andover, MA 01810

Inquiries can be directed to:Chief Reggie Redfern (Ret.), Phone: 413-626-9554 reggie@srrtraining.com


Sgt. John Quilter, Training Supervisor, Plainville, CT PD, Phone: 860-747-1616, quilter@plainville-ct.gov

Instructor: Dale Farmer, has been a reconstructionist since 1996 and retired from the Kingsport,TN PD in September 2013 after 31 years in law enforcement. In 2001, he received accreditationfrom ACTAR (#1182) and was certified as a DRE in 2005. Mr. Farmer formed Farmer Collision Analysis in 1999 and investigates crashes in Tennessee, Virginia, Arkansas, North Carolina and Kentucky. Mr. Famer has testified numerous times as an expert in crash investigations and crashreconstruction in Tennessee and Kentucky in Civil, Criminal and Federal Courts. Mr. Farmercurrently teaches crash investigation and DUI enforcement classes for the Tennessee Governors Highway Safety Office, Walters State Community College Law Enforcement Academy and the Tennessee Attorney Generals Conference. He joined the growing list of professional instructors for SRR Training in 2016. Mr. Farmer is currently member of the Board of Directors for ACTAR and is nationally know for his expertise in crash reconstruction and his teaching ability in this field.