L-Tron returns from the 2017 PA State Police Conference

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chuck and alex at booth

The team returns from Gettysburg, PA after the 2017 PA State Police Conference 

on Traffic Reconstruction

OSCR360 & our team returned this week from the 2017 PA State Police Conference on Traffic Reconstruction. This year’s conference was held in Gettysburg, PA for the first time, after being held for multiple years in State College, PA.

The Traffic Reconstruction Seminar attracts over 350 attendees, and is free to active Law Enforcement reconstructionists. The 2017 PA State Police Conference ran from Tuesday, October 31st through Thursday, November 2nd.

OSCR traveled to the conference along with Juli, Alex and Chuck. The team was excited to see all of the crash demos, and was able to use OSCR360 to take several shots of the crashes, and organize DSLR still photos of the scene within the OCSR software for a more accurate and comprehensive presentation of the scene.

The 2017 PA State Police Conference

2017 PA State Police Conference

The purpose of the PSP Traffic Reconstruction Seminar is to allow reconstructionists to network with others in their field and to explore new ideas and technology. The conference changes every year, and is meant to share interesting investigations, new training, and fields of studies. In addition to ACTAR training, topics at this year’s conference included;

  • Heavy Vehicle Inspections.
  • Autonomous Vehicles.
  • Results from the WREX 2016 Human Factors Studies.
  • Body Worn Cameras for Reconstruction.
  • Drugged Driving.

A.C.T.A.R. Training & Exams

Alex at PCARS conference

 

Attendees were also welcome to complete an A.C.T.A.R. training and exam on Friday, November 3rd.

A.C.T.A.R. is the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction. By becoming an A.C.T.A.R. accredited reconstructionist, officers are provided with:

  • Continued professional development and growth.
  • Personal and Employer confidence in your reconstructionist abilities.
  • Inclusion in the directory of A.C.T.A.R. Accredited Traffic Accident Reconstruction.
  • Inclusion in an electronic database on the A.C.T.A.R. website.
  • Assurance that the Accredited Accident Reconstructionist is in compliance with the A.C.T.A.R. code of conduct.
  • Recognition of having met the standards set by 24 professional reconstruction organizations.
  • Recognition of having met the only broad based, objective and meaningful standards available by the legal and scientific community.

Coffee break sponsor

 

L-Tron Corporation was proud to sponsor Thursday’s 10am coffee break.

It was a pleasure for our team to meet many of the PA State Police, along with Officers throughout the country during this coffee break and throughout the conference. We also enjoyed the evening networking events, including karaoke on Wednesday evening and a dinner banquet on Tuesday night.

 

OSCR360 for Crash Reconstruction

OSCR360 is not just a crime and crash scene camera. OSCR360 allows you to capture collision and crime scenes in full 360 degrees, as they were seen by the investigator. Quickly and easily take 360 crash photos inside a vehicle, at the scene or use a 25 ft mega mast for aerial photos. No training is required.

Then, use the OSCR360 software to attach multi-media evidence files including; DLSR photos, video surveillance footage, 911 recordings, dispatch records, witness testimony, hospital records, overlay crash sketches and more. The OSCR software is simple and easy to use, no training required.

OSCR allows you to capture, preserve and present a more comprehensive and accurate representation of a crash scene and the environment it occurred in.

OSCR360 was built from the voice of Law Enforcement Officers, Reconstructionists and Prosecuting Attorneys. The OSCR360 equipment is economical and priced to fit the budget of any municipality. Click here to learn more about OSCR360.

smart car pumpkin     chuck using OSCR360

 

Questions? Interested in learning more?

Call 800-830-9523 or Email info@L-Tron.com

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