ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION SEMINAR

WHEN:  FEBRUARY 24TH , 25TH  2006

WHERE: EMBASSY SUITES AUSTIN NORTH

                  5901 NORTH HIGHWAY 35

                  AUSTIN, TEXAS  78723

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND? LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS; PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS, INSURANCE INVESTIGATORS

CO SPONSORED  BY NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INVESTIGATIVE SPECIALISTS AND INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF ACCIDENT INVESTIGATORS AND RECONSTRUCTIONISTS

12 HOURS TO INCLUDE (BUT NOT LIMITED TO) : 

Black Box - B Barton: (Pensacola PD, Retired), member of Board of Directors

Testifying at Trials and Depositions – Jay Murray JD: – ICAIR General Counsel,
also General Counsel Southern States Insurance Company, former Trial Lawyer

Accident site investigation and photography for first responders – Randy Anglin:
(Arizona Highway Patrol, Retired) Member of Board of Directors

Commercial Motor Vehicle Accidents – William Bill Rogillio: (Texas Deoartment of
Public Safety)

Vehicle underrides – Joe Badger

Post crash photography of vehicles – Jack Murray: Executive Director ICAIR
Understanding stopping distances –(PRT Slide to stop) – Peter Rast - graduate
engineer- Member of Board of Directors

Understanding momentum to determine speed - Peter Rast : Automobile fires – Fred Bird – (Sgt. Conn. State Police, Retired) Member of Board
of Directors

Using the internet in your investigation: Jack Murray

Dealing with night time accidents: Randy Anglin


ICAIR MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the  International Council of Accident Investigators and Reconstructionists is to provide a reliable resource for training in the area of accident investigation for professionals in the law enforcement community and the private sector.

MODE OF ACCOMPLISHMENT

The mission of ICAIR will be accomplished by providing a series of seminars, in various geographical locations throughout the United States on an annual or semi annual basis,combined with a web based data service that will provide a reliable source for on line information.

(Note: the web site is in the construction mode and we will bring you up to date on the progress as we go along.)

MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS

The major requirement for membership in the Association is that the individual be actively involved in the area of accident investigation either as a law enforcement officer or a privatesector employee, this would include insurance investigators, private investigators, military police and insurance fraud examiners

HOTEL RESERVATIONS – CONTACT HOTEL DIRECT

Embassy Suites Hotel
5901 North I – 35
Austin, Texas  78723
512-454-8004
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SEMINAR REGISTRATION

Name:

Agency or business name:

Mailing Address:

City, State ZIP

Telephone:

Fax  

Email            

Send check or money order for 250.00 payable to:

NAIS
P O Box 82148, Austin, Texas 78708

OR

REGISTER BY PHONE AT: 512.719.3595
FAX FORM ABOVE TO: 512.719.3594

OR

REGISTER ONLINE
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ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION SEMINAR $250.00