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Seminar Title:  
Accident Investigation

DATES:  3/9/2020 through 3/11/2020

INSTRUCTOR(S):  Allen Ashby

LOCATION:  Ascension Parish Sheriff's Dept Training Center - 9094 St Landry Road, Gonzales, LA  70737

HOTEL:  Clarion Inn & Conference Center  - Gonzales, LA  800-946-5432
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COURSE REGISTRATION FEE:  $350.00 Includes all training materials, and a Certificate of Completion.

Instructor Bio

Allen Ashby is a Sergeant with the Idaho State Police and is currently assigned to the Coeur díAlene, Idaho, District 1 Office. Sgt. Ashby has a Bachelorís Degree in Criminal Justice; he started his career in law enforcement in 2000 and has worked various assignments in his law enforcement career including Patrol, Jail, School Resource Officer, and DARE positions. Sgt. Ashby is an accredited Crash Reconstructionist through the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR). ACTAR is an internationally recognized certification program, including being accepted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration as an established standard for crash reconstruction, for both police and civilian Crash Reconstructionists.

Sgt. Ashby is currently assigned to the ISP District 1 Patrol Division and supervises a patrol team out of the ISP District 1 Office. With the ISP, Sgt. Ashby has worked extensively on the Crash Reconstruction Unit (CRU). He investigates and reconstructs serious injury and fatality collisions that occur in Idaho and also works with Idahoís Region 1 Critical Incident Task Force assisting in processing, interpreting, measuring, and diagramming nearly all major crime scene investigations in northern Idaho. Sgt. Ashby is qualified as an expert witness in various collision reconstruction subjects and has testified throughout Idaho on various crash-related topics.

In his current capacity, Sgt. Ashby also reviews and approves all crash-related cases generated by the ISP in District 1. Sgt. Ashby serves as a liaison with the Idaho Vehicle Collision Reporting systemís officials through the Idaho Transportation Department and has assisted in the development of courses for improved quality recording and reporting of collisions in Idaho.

Within the ISP, Sgt. Ashby has also served as the departmentís Crash Reconstruction Program Coordinator and, as such, approved all ISP Crash Reconstruction Reports while also coordinating ISPís training and equipment for ISPís Collision Reconstruction Program. Sgt. Ashby is a certified Idaho P.O.S.T. instructor for various crash-related disciplines and instructs Basic Collision Investigation through Advanced/Reconstruction topics for ISP, allied Idaho agencies, Idaho P.O.S.T., and the North Idaho College.

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Course Objectives

This 20 hour course will provide the necessary skills for a law enforcement officer to properly complete any level of traffic crash investigation. Participants will learn the current procedures in place for complete crash investigation, learn and apply the Systematic Approach to Traffic Accident Investigation, recognize and interpret evidence at a crash scene, and be able to successfully prepare comprehensive crash reports.

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