National Traffic Law Center Trainings

Upcoming Trainings

CMV Violations: Enforcement, Prosecution, and Reporting

Overcome the challenges involved throughout all stages of CMV safety enforcement.

Prosecuting DUI Cases

2019 Commercial Driver’s License Violations Conference: Enforcement, Prosecution & Reporting

The NTLC has been instrumental in the creation of a number of training courses for prosecutors and law enforcement officers and is available to assist in the presentation of those courses and materials, including:

  • Protecting Lives, Saving Futures
  • Prosecuting the DWI
  • Prosecuting the Drugged Driver
  • Lethal Weapon (Vehicular Homicide)
  • Train the Trainer (Faculty Development)
  • Cops in Court
  • Hardcore Drunk Drivers

In addition, the staff of the NTLC are regularly asked to teach prosecutors, law enforcement officers, judges, and other allied traffic safety professionals at national, regional, state and local training conferences around the country. NTLC staff members may be available to provide a training program for your jurisdiction customized to meet your needs.

Browse a partial listing of other trainings and presentations available from the NTLC staff

Legal Sciences

The Science of Collisions (Prof. John Kwasnoski)

The Online On-demand Digital Library is a subscription-based resource that includes presentations from the Lethal Weapon course presented by distinguished Professor John Kwasnoski. The material explains collision investigation and reconstruction in easy to understand “plain speak,” and is a valuable resource for understanding scientific terms and theories, highly-technical collision reconstruction reports, and preparing for the vehicular homicide or serious personal injury trial. It is also beneficial for other cases in which the instrumentality of the crime is a vehicle. The subscription allows for unlimited viewing on the subscriber’s computer or mobile device. It also includes a Document Section containing predicate questions and numerous technical publications that facilitate cross examination of a defense expert. Visit and use the Access Code: NDAA

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