The L-Tron team will be attending and sponsoring the upcoming Pennsylvania Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Society (PCARS) Seminar in Erie, PA from October 24-26, 2022.
The PCARS Seminar, which was formerly the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) Crash Reconstruction Seminar, will be held at the Bayfront Center in Erie, Pennsylvania. The seminar will feature two live staged crashes, as well as presentations, exhibits, and networking opportunities for crash reconstructionists. Andrew McNeill and Julianne Pangal from the L-Tron team will be on-hand to demo the 4910LR Driver’s License Reader, as well as OSCR360 for Crash Reconstruction.
The L-Tron team has attended the PSP Seminar twice in the past several years. Though the former PSP Seminar was cancelled this year due to budgetary concerns, PCARS decided to offer their own seminar in its place. As in previous years, attendees must be active law enforcement reconstructionists who have completed an 80-hour collision reconstruction course from an accredited institution prior to the seminar. At this year’s PA crash reconstruction training seminar, investigators will have the opportunity to explore new ideas and see new technology in action, including the 4910LR License Reader and OSCR360.
Each and every roadside stop exposes officers to potential life-threatening harm. The 4910LR expedites traffic stops and collision reports to quickly and safely get officers off the roadside. With the 4910, reports and citations are completed accurately and efficiently, in a fraction of the time it takes to complete manual reports and citations.
L-Tron’s patented OSCR360 system accelerates and improves the collision investigation process. The technology captures 360-degree overall photographs at the scene, including hard-to-capture vehicle interiors and aerial views. Then, OSCR preserves, and later presents, each piece of digital evidence to create a comprehensive virtual walkthrough of the crash scene.
As an ACTAR-accredited Crime Scene Analyst with 20 years of law enforcement experience, Andrew McNeill will be on-hand in the L-Tron booth to share his wealth of experience, demo OSCR360 and the 4910LR, and answer any attendee’s questions.
Additional Information about PCARS Crash Reconstruction Training Seminar
To learn more about the former Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) Reconstruction Seminar, please visit https://www.psp.pa.gov/law-enforcement-services/Pages/PSP-Reconstruction-Seminar.aspx.
To learn more and to register for the 2022 PCARS Seminar, please visit https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfVCiOlTAJAmVeAmJEHmUWBzIQo5f30H_kFQjewseTwm2mwHQ/viewform.
For over two decades, L-Tron has partnered with public safety agencies to provide technology solutions built from your voice. We are a proud New York State business and we are honored to “Back the Blue” through a variety of educational events, non-profit sponsorships, and more. In addition to the OSCR360 technology, L-Tron’s 4910LR Driver’s License Reader and rugged eCitation equipment and accessories are well-known and relied upon in agencies across all 50 states. “Your Success is our Purpose.”
Questions? Interested in more information on L-Tron and our sponsorship of the upcoming PA Crash Reconstruction Training Seminar?
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