This is an independent study, self-paced course.
This online course will teach you ways to effectively investigate two types of crashes that are often intertwined – the Hit and Run and Who Was Driving. We will present you with considerations and common investigative techniques for each of these cases. DNA, airbag, and vehicle interior evidence will be examined, along with how to apply proper evidence analysis to bring your case to a successful resolution. Case studies will be presented and analyzed as part of the instructional process.
- Considerations for Hit and Run cases
- Considerations for Who Was Driving cases
- DNA evidence
- Airbag evidence
- Vehicle interior examinations
- Analysis of the evidence
- Case studies
Law enforcement, military police, traffic crash reconstructionists, and CSI investigators/technicians
IPTM's Hit and Run: Who Was Driving? (Online) course is eligible for 8 ACTAR CEUs.
Online environment: This is an independent study, self-paced course. Although there are no specific times that you must be online, you will be required to complete assignments by the deadlines posted within the course. Instructors are available to answer your questions during each module via the help forum.
You should plan to dedicate approximately 8 hours to the course activities. You must be committed to the course and invest the time necessary for successful completion. The course must be completed within 30 days upon registration. Once the 30-day period has ended, you will no longer have access.
Computer requirements: You will complete the course entirely online. A dependable broadband internet connection with a Windows or Mac computer and Adobe Acrobat Reader (free download) are required.
What Our Students Are Saying
- “The information presented was good and the instructor was very knowledgeable of the topics discussed. I enjoyed the case studies because they allowed the information to be drawn together.” – Ofc. P.D.
- "I enjoyed learning about evidence and trial procedures." – Ofc. J.L.
- "It was easy to navigate." – Ofc. D.M.
- "I enjoyed the case studies and the murder in the first-degree example." – Ofc. M.L.
This course is not eligible for certificate discounts.