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Roland J. Proulx, Jr.

reconstruction, and to maintain the highest standards of ethics and integrity. Included are quarterly professional journal publications which are subject to peer review.

2/92 to Present: Active member of the National Association of Professional Accident Reconstruction Specialist (NAPARS), a professional organization formed to share the challenge of dealing with complex problems of accident reconstruction, and to maintain the highest standards of ethics and integrity. Included are bimonthly professional journal publications which are subject to peer review.

1/93 to Present: Active member of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of USA Lodge 118 Fall River, Massachusetts. Appointed Lodge Chairman of Public Safety 1/95 to 6/2000.

9/01 to Present: Active Member of the New England Association of Insurance Fraud Investigators, Inc., (NEAIFI)

1/03 to Present: Active member of the New York Statewide Traffic Accident Reconstruction Society, Inc., (NYSTARS) a professional organization that promotes education and peer review through instruction and the exchange of information and industry accepted techniques to individuals in the field of accident reconstruction.

7/04 to Present: Active member of the International Association of Marine Investigators, Inc. (IAMI)

10/07 to Present: Active member of the National Association of Traffic Accident Reconstructionists and Investigators (NATARI), a professional organization to encourage, promote, aid in and effect the voluntary interchange among members of the Association of data, information, knowledge, methods and techniques relating to the profession of accident investigation and reconstruction. Establish ethical and professional standards of work and conduct for its members and to foster and encourage observance of the same.

10/94 to 6/98: Member of the South Shore Safety Officers League.

10/94 to 6/98: Member of the Massachusetts Safety Officers League.

7/93 to 8/97: Member of the International Association of Auto Theft Investigators, (IAATI).

6/94 to 6/02: Member of the Rhode Island Association of Auto Theft and Arson Investigators, (RIAATAI). (Dissolved 2002)

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