OSCR360 heads to the 17th Annual PA State Police Reconstruction Seminar
The L-Tron team & OSCR are headed to the 17th Annual PA State Police Reconstruction Seminar. This annual event is being held for the first time in historic Gettysburg, PA.
The PSP Reconstruction Seminar is unique because it is offered at no cost to Law Enforcement officials and traffic reconstructionists. Seating is limited to the first 450 Officers to sign up. This year’s conference will run from October 31st through November 2nd.
“The purpose of the seminar is to allow reconstructionists to network with others in their field and to explore new ideas and technology in the dynamic field of collision reconstruction. The seminar [is meant] to change each year and will concentrate on the review of interesting investigations, field studies, and training in specialized areas of reconstruction.” (http://www.psp.pa.gov)
Some session topics include:
- Results from WREX 2016 Human Factors Studies
- Simultaneous Equations
- Heavy Vehicle Inspections
- Body Worn Cameras for Reconstruction
- Drugged Driving
- Hit and Runs
OSCR360 for Crash Reconstruction
L-Tron is proud that OSCR360 will be used to document some of the crash demos at the PSP Reconstruction Seminar. The OSCR equipment is designed to capture, preserve, and present a fair and accurate representation of a crash or crime scene.
Not a Total Station and not a 3D laser-scanner, OSCR360 is designed for traffic crash reconstructionists and crime scene investigators to capture, preserve, and present ancillary evidence – to improve efficiency and prevent scene contamination. Clear the road quickly after a crash and use the irrefutable evidence photos to support the facts in court.
The OSCR360 equipment is made in the US, is cost-effective, and does not require training. OSCR is successfully being used in murder cases and was used in the high-profile Rideout Murder Trial during closing arguments, assisting in the conviction of 3 suspects. OSCR recently traveled to the IATAI Reconstruction Conference and was used in several crash demos.
Meet Chuck at the PA State Police Reconstruction Seminar
Sergeant Chuck Grasso retired after over 27 years Law Enforcement experience graduating from the Connecticut Police Academy and the Institute of Police Technology and Management at the University of North Florida.
Sergeant Grasso began his career in 1986 with the Ellington Connecticut Police Department working as a Patrol Officer, then moved to the Town of Enfield, Connecticut retiring as a Police Sergeant, Accident Reconstructionist and Regional Traffic Reconstruction Team Commander in 2013. Sergeant Grasso is a court deemed expert in several different specialized areas of motor vehicle collision reconstruction. Sergeant Grasso served on the ANSI D-16 panel and is currently a Certified Police Academy Instructor in the areas of Collision Investigation and Traffic Enforcement. He will be using OSCR360 to document some of the crash demos at the PSP Reconstruction Seminar. Stop by the L-Tron booth to say hello!
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