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Accident Reconstruction Specialists

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  • 16 Jul 2018 14:42 | John Crews (Administrator)

    The latest newsletter may be accessed by clicking on the "Quarterly Newsletters" tab in the left column.

  • 12 Jul 2018 14:37 | John Crews (Administrator)

    The nomination period for the upcoming CA2RS BOD Elections began July 1st and runs through September 1st.

    The positions that are open for election this year are: Chair Position , currently held by Chris Kauderer, Director-at-Large Position, currently held by Bill Focha, and Director-at-Large Position currently held by Sean Shimada.

    If you would like to nominate someone for one of those positions please send an E-mail to Jahna Rinaldi, JahnaRinaldi@ca2rs.com, or to the general E-mail address at CA2RS@CA2RS.com. Jahna will be handling the election this year.

    The election will take place Saturday morning October 27, 2018 at the Annual Conference in South Lake Tahoe, CA


  • 02 Jul 2018 14:07 | John Crews (Administrator)

    CA2RS is co-hosting this class with NAPARS. The class will be held at the Anaheim Hills Substation of the Anaheim Police Department, July 10th - 13th.

    Download the brochure for the class here: Aerial Metrics PIX4D Flyer.pdf

  • 02 Jul 2018 14:04 | John Crews (Administrator)

    The renewal period for memberships began on July 1. Automatic payments have been applied. Some have failed to update their card information in PayPal and will have to renew by other means.

  • 02 Jul 2018 13:58 | John Crews (Administrator)

    3rd Quarter Training has been scheduled for July 24th in West Sacramento, and August 10 in Fontana. The topic will be "Evaluating Injury Causation in Motor Vehicle Accidents: Applied Biomechanics and Clinical Science," presented by James Kent, Ph.D. See the events page for further details.

  • 04 Aug 2014 16:48 | John Crews (Administrator)

    WREX 2016 will be held on May 2 – 6, 2016 at the Rosen Shingle Creek hotel in Orlando, Florida.

    We are currently starting the process to identify speakers and presenters.

    If you are interested in speaking or presenting at the conference, or have attended an event where you had an exceptional presentation you feel others would benefit from, please contact William Camlin at wccamlin@comcast.net for details on the process. 

    The event will be sponsored by numerous crash association societies from the US and Canada (and possibly International Associations). We are currently in the preliminary planning stages and expect this to be the largest crash reconstruction conference ever held. Current plans includes numerous crash related guest speakers and two days of outdoor testing, including several high speed crash tests provided by multiple crash teams.

    The Rosen Shingle Creek facility offers us the chance to host everything but the high speed crash tests at one site and the chance to meet with others attending the event in the evenings. There will be complimentary shuttle service to and from the Orlando airport.

    Twelve crash associations are already committed to take part and we are in talks with several other groups.  Any other crash association that would like to be a part of this event is welcome to contact us for details at pcarspresident@gmail.com.

    Additional details will be released within the next few months via the conference website (once it is developed), online, and in various crash publications.


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