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  Crash Investigation II - 2 weeks  
 
A prerequisite for this two week course is completion of Crash Invest. one. This intense class builds on CI-1 and covers interpreting tire marks, road scars, advanced measuring methods, vehicle damage analysis and vehicle behavior during collisions. This course is also known as advanced or technical training. If applicants had a problem with the math involved in CI-1 they should hone their algebra skills prior to signing up for CI-2 since there is a noticeable emphasis on math formulas as they relate to collisions.
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  The Vehicle Dynamics curriculum, offered as a stand alone course in the past, is now part of the CI-2 course. Areas of study include: Newton's Laws of Motion, coefficient of friction and drag factors, basic motion equations, velocity, time, acceleration and distance, speed estimates, momentum and energy.  
  Students must bring the materials that they were issued during the Crash Investigation I course.  
 
Date Location
5/4/15 to 5/15/15 Ocean County Police Academy
659 Ocean Avenue, Lakewood, NJ
- Traci Hutton - 732-363-8715
5/11/15 to 5/22/15 Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office Police Academy
11 Patrol Road, Edison, NJ
- Nicole Ducca - 732-225-0750
6/1/15 to 6/12/15 Morris County Police Academy
500 West Hanover Avenue, Parsippany, NJ
- Lt. Mark Meehan - 973-285-2975
8/10/15 to 8/21/15 Atlantic County Police Training Center
5033 English Creek Avenue,
Egg Harbor Twp, NJ
- George Nettles - 609-407-6722
8/17/15 to 8/28/15 Bergen County Law & Public Safety Institute
281 Campgaw Road, Mahwah, NJ
- Lt. Mike Devine - 201-785-5720
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