Roland J. Proulx, Jr.
provided traffic safety facts, videotapes, overhead slides, sample belt use policies, and a rescue workers air bag safety guide for use by the trained instructor in his/her training program. This program differs from the original Occupant Usage & Enforcement Instructor Training Program of 11/93 in that the training is directed more toward civilian drivers, passengers and child protection.
3/2 to 3/5/99 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION Conducted at Brockton Police Department, Brockton, MA Standardized Child Passenger Safety Technician 32 - Hour Specialized Training Course - Certification as a Child Passenger Safety Technician. Attended by local & state police officers and other professionals from the medical, automotive, and transportation field. Received training in the basics of injury prevention, crash dynamics, federal role in safety standards for occupant protection, vehicle occupant protection systems, selecting appropriate child restraints, securing children correctly in child restraints, common misuse, compatibility, child passenger safety in other vehicles, and review of programs to increase child restraint use. Satisfactorily completed a child passenger safety checkpoint test procedure and was certified as a Child Passenger Safety Technician. Child Passenger Safety Technician Certificate number T-1647.
5/1 to 5/5/00 INSTITUTE OF POLICE TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL Special Problems in Traffic Crash Reconstruction 2000 27 - Hour Specialized Training Seminar - Attended by Police Officers, Accident Reconstructionists, Engineers, and Automotive & Medical Experts from the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, Cayman Islands, and Jamaica. Received training in the following Accident Reconstruction and Accident related fields: Monitoring & Recording of Collision Data, Staged High-Speed Instrumented Crash Test; Forensic Meteorology; Collection & Processing of Traffic Crash Evidence; Co-Axial Impact Theory; Investigation & Reconstruction of Impaired Driver Collisions; Multimedia Photography in Crash Reconstruction; Heavy Truck Rollover Thresholds Under Actual Road Conditions; Accuracy & Precision in Crash Reconstruction; Bloodstain Pattern Analysis in Traffic Crash Reconstruction; Calculating Speeds in Head-On Collisions; Commercial Vehicle Crash Investigation Update; Using Forensic Light Sources in Recovering Trace Evidence; Pitfalls in Crash Reconstruction Expert Witness Testimony; Measuring & Computerized Collision Diagramming for Staged Crash; Injury Analysis for Pedestrian Crash Investigation; Momentum & Physics Calculations for Staged Crash; Crashworthiness & Roadside Safety; Winsmac & Wincrash Analysis of Staged Crash.
10/06/00 NEW ENGLAND ASSOCIATION OF INSURANCE FRAUD INVESTIGATORS Auto Placement Center, Taunton, MA Fraud Damage Analysis 7 – Hour Specialized Training Seminar - Attended by Local, State and Federal law Enforcement Officers, Arson Investigators, Insurance Fraud Bureau Investigators, Insurance Company Executives & Special Investigators, Attorneys and others to discuss the means and methods used by unscrupulous auto body shops in committing insurance fraud and methods that can be used to combat their attempts. Program involved video of a simulated fraudulently damaged motor vehicle