FMCSA Training – Commercial/Heavy Truck Training for the CT PR-1
This training will focus on improving the data collected by CT Police Officers in the course of investigating crashes throughout the state. The training will be a classroom presentation designed to familiarize the officers with what information should be gathered and documented on the CT PR-1.
The Class will also offer a “hands on” portion, where the officer will be able to interact with large vehicles and observe where to obtain the information needed to complete the CT PR-1.
POSTC Continuing Education Credits will be offered for completing this class.
If you’re interested in booking an FMCSA Training please contact Chuck Grasso.
MMUCC PR-1 Training
The MMUCC PR-1 training course was developed and approved by the police academy. Officers are presented with a complete overview of new terminology as well as the ability to electronically submit their crash reports to the CT Department of Transportation (DOT) .
Our field coordinator, Charles Grasso, is a retired law enforcement sergeant who possesses a strong background in crash investigation. He conducts initial and ongoing training for the MMUCC PR-1. Charles is a crash scene reconstructionist, court deemed expert and police academy certified instructor.
If you’re interested in booking an MMUCC PR-1 Training, please contact Chuck Grasso.
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Crash Data Repository Training – Connecticut’s First COMPLETE Crash Data Analysis Tool
The Crash Data Repository is a web-based query and analysis tool designed at the University of Connecticut, in the Connecticut Transportation Institute. The Repository provides unprecedented public and private access to crash data, allowing users to research crash statistics in their neighborhood, town, country, and state. The goal of the Repository is to continually provide members with timely, accurate, complete and uniform crash data. In addition to the Department of Public Safety and Connecticut Department of Transportation databases, a third database was developed in January 2015 to house the new crash data captured by the revised PR-1. Future additions to the Repository will include the integration of other vital data sources such as EMS, roadway geometry, and citation data.
If you’re interested in booking an Crash Data Repository Training, please contact Marisa Auguste.