As a Senior Investigator in the Accident Reconstruction Unit, Bob is responsible for the investigation and reconstruction of hundreds of motor vehicle collisions involving property damage, serious physical injury and death, which included the use of applicable theories in collision reconstruction.
Bob is an expert at forensic mapping and diagramming of any incident to include: motor vehicle collisions, crime scenes, and various non-collision related incidents. He has conducted and participated in testing to include: acceleration/deceleration, pedestrian speeds, time/distance analysis, and nighttime sight distance and perception reaction time to substantiate applied theories in collision reconstruction.
Bob actively assisted in the coordination and development of recurring course of in-service instruction for New York State Police Collision Reconstruction Unit (CRU) on an annual basis at Romulus, New York. Bob was responsible for the review of reconstruction reports of other State Police reconstructionist experts within the 10 county Troop “E” geographic area, as well as statewide peer review of significant criminal collision investigations. In May of 2016, Bob was certified by the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR #2915).
Prior to joining Avalon, Bob spent 31 years in law enforcement as an Investigator with the State Police. During his law enforcement career, Bob was assigned to the Forensic Identification Unit for the New York State Police, where he processed major crime scenes for physical evidence. Bob provided investigation and reconstruction of hundreds of motor vehicle collisions involving property damage, physical injury, and death for numerous clients and agencies in the private sector.
- New York State Traffic Accident Reconstruction Society (NYSTARS)
- Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR)