The Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) conducted its Advanced Collision Investigation Course in Bentonville, Ark., this week teaching the state’s law enforcement officers how to determine the speeds and causes of automobile accidents.
The course is designed to give police officers a much higher level of instruction in collision investigation than what they may have received in basic academy training. Customized to benefit both routine collision investigators and general patrol officers, the course covers subjects such as physics and on-scene drawing techniques.
TEEX, a member of The Texas A&M University System, offers hands-on, customized training, exercises, technical assistance and technology transfer services impacting Texas and beyond. TEEX programs include fire, homeland security, law enforcement, public works, safety and health, search and rescue and technology transfer.