OVER 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE

TAARS was founded in 1986 as an organization dedicated to advancing Research, Knowledge, Education and Safety in the field of accident reconstruction. TAARS is a broad based organization with members from many different fields, including law enforcement, private investigators, engineers and attorneys. TAARS has a current membership of over 220 members.

Accident Reconstruction & Accident investigation

Training Classes for TCOLE CEU’s, Texas PI CEU's and ACTAR CEU's

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October 16-18th 2019

Hilton Garden Inn 2310 N IH 35 Round Rock, TX

Phone: 512-341-8200

Speakers: Bill Messerschmidt and Shannon Burgess.

Wednesday Oct 16th at Hilton Garden Inn         (8 hrs)

8am -8:15am                 Registration and Opening Remarks. 

8:15am -12pm               HVEDR Tools and Methods

1:00pm -5pm                 HVEDR Applications

 

Thursday Oct 17th at Hilton Garden Inn (8 hrs)

8am -12pm                    CAN operation, Problem areas and the FLA

1:00pm -5pm                 Bendix, Wabco and Collision Avoidance

5pm -530pm                  TAARS General Meeting

 

Friday Oct 18th at Hilton Garden Inn                 (4 hrs)

8am -12pm                    Review, Chip Forensics and Preservation

TAARS was founded in 1986 as an organization dedicated to advancing Research, Knowledge, Education and Safety in the field of accident reconstruction. TAARS is a broad based organization with members from many different fields, including law enforcement, private investigators, engineers and attorneys. TAARS has a current membership of over 220 members.

TAARS holds mini-seminars and a regular meeting each year in various locations throughout the state. Generally the mini-seminars begin on Friday afternoon and conclude on Saturday afternoon. The annual meeting is normally a two to three day event. We attempt to hold classroom style lectures, field projects and/or various types of testing. The cost of attending each of the meetings is set according to the cost of producing each individual meeting.

TAARS also awards scholarships to accident related schools. The Emmett Williams scholarship sends two people to a Traffic Accident Reconstruction Course. The Conrad Dippel scholarship pays $1000 to a regular member to attend the accident related school of his choice.

As a sampling of the subject matter covered at our meetings, during previous mini-seminars we have had lectures on photography, making and presenting demonstrative evidence, time and distance studies, multi- piece wheels, tire failure analysis, and skid testing of ABS equipped vehicles.

TAARS publishes a newsletter after each meeting and actively seeks articles for publication. If you have any ideas, comments or suggestions you would like to see published or, if you have published any articles and would like to share them, we would be most happy to include them in the newsletter.

We look forward to meeting you at a future meeting. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Sincerely,

The TAARS Board of Directors