Advanced Crash Reconstruction Utilizing Human Factors Research
In many crash reconstruction cases, the key questions to be answered involve some aspect of human behavior: reaction times (and delays), perception, visibility, impairment and so on. This course focuses on obtaining a better understanding of what needs to be done to assess the human role in the crash sequence.
Early Bird Pricing
The Idaho Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor, State Impaired Driving Coordinator and Idaho State Police Crash Team have partnered together to bring this highly sought after training to Idaho at a very affordable price. Register early to take advantage of even greater savings on a course that would normally cost $950.00.
IPAA MEMBERS & IDAHO STATE POLICE
- Registration Has Been Paid for...
- IPAA Prosecutors &
- Idaho State Police
- Save Your Seat by June 1, 2018
- Last Day to Register - July 13, 2018
- Space is Limited!
IDAHO LAW ENFORCEMENT
- Price $450.00 After June 1, 2018
- Price $650.00 After July 1, 2018
- Idaho Sheriff Offices
- Idaho Police Departments
- Idaho Prosecutors (Non-IPAA)
- Space is Limited!
OUT-OF-STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT
- Price $650.00 After June 1, 2018
- Price $950.00 After July 1, 2018
- State Police/Highway Patrol
- Sheriff Offices
- Police Departments
History and foundation of reaction time research (how to apply PRT).
Understanding driver response terms and definitions.
Research in IDRR (Interactive Driver Response Research) software.
Speed choice, weather, window tinting, acceleration, steering, night recognition, headlights, perception response time and gap acceptance.
Evaluating a response during nighttime driving and recognition of hazards.
How perception response times change due to methodology.
Evaluating path intrusion crashes.
Response to slow moving vehicles.
Driver search patterns.
Driver response to lead vehicles, expectations, traffic signals and decision making.
Tutorial on IDRR software.
Practical experience (research applications).
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
The course is taught by nationally recognized subject matter expert Dr. Jeffrey Muttart. He began his career in crash investigation and reconstruction as a police officer in Connecticut and then went on to obtain a Master’s Degree in Experimental Psychology from University of Hartford and a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from the University of Massachusetts along with many accreditations and society memberships. For the past 20+ years, he has collected and conducted scientific research to determine the causes of motor vehicle crashes, specifically from the perspective of human factors.