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Pocono Mountain Regional Police Department serves the communities of Coolbaugh Township, Mount Pocono Borough, Tobyhanna Township, Tunkhannock Township and now Barrett Township. The Pocono Mountain Regional Police Department became its own entity in 1994 with the converging of the Mount Pocono Borough and Tobyhanna Township Police Departments. Tunkhannock Township joined in 1995, Coolbaugh Township joined in 1997 and Barrett Township Completed the Department in 2015. The regionalization of the four departments gave the communities the opportunity to utilize manpower to the greatest potential while maximizing police coverage.

The force began with 15 officers. Now, 22 years later, it employs 40 officers within specialized divisions. These divisions include Detective, Patrol, Narcotics, Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.), K-9, School Resource Officer, Mountain Bike Patrol, Motorcycle Unit and SWAT Team. The department covers an area of more than 200 square miles.

The Pocono Mountain Regional Police Department focuses on a proactive, community-based enforcement strategy. The department is always searching for additional technology, current patrol and enforcement strategies, and ways for the citizens to become more active in problem solving with our community issues.

Chris Wagner

Chief of Police

Event Data Recorder Use in Traffic Crash Reconstruction - Level I
presented by the Institute of Police Technology and Management (IPTM) hosted by the Pocono Mountain Regional Police Department


Prerequisite Training:

You must have successfully completed IPTM’s Advanced Traffic Crash Investigation course or its equivalent and have an understanding of traditional scene evidence traffic crash reconstruction such as slide to stop formulas, momentum analysis, and critical speed yaw analysis.

What to Bring:

Recently closed or active personal cases (especially those involving very recent model years meeting the Part 563 regulation)
Laptop computer with Microsoft excel to work templates provided
Calculator with cosine, tangent, and square root functions
This course will teach you how to analyze any event data recorder (EDR) data you encounter, regardless of the manufacturer. You will also learn how to analyze the EDR data which has been collected with any imaging tools, including propriety manufacturer tools, as well as from future vehicles not yet released.

We will teach you how to use EDR data with roadway evidence calculations to yield a complete reconstruction considering all available evidence. Simple checklists and guides will be provided to improve your consistency and accuracy. Supplied templates will take some of the work out of more complex analysis.

You will be given many EDR reports from real world crashes and will work in teams to analyze the EDR data and reconcile it to the scene evidence you are given. Comprehensive solutions to these problems will be distributed for future reference.

During the course, we will teach you how to:

Analyze any set of EDR data you encounter, regardless of manufacturer
Determine if the event recorded is from your crash
Identify circumstances where EDR data is incomplete or has nothing to do with your crash
Understand Delta-V
Use EDR Delta-V along with other scene evidence to get closing speed and speed at impact
Use Delta V from the vehicle with the recorder to determine the Delta V of the other vehicle
Recognize vehicle operational conditions that would cause EDR speed data to not accurately reflect true vehicle speed
Determine the effect that equipment modifications have on EDR speed data
Use pre-crash data to identify when a vehicle lost control in order to select the peak speed before the vehicle lost control
Calculate the appropriate ranges for Speed at Impact for different EDR’s
Use time-distance analysis to estimate the point of first perception
Utilize EDR data to gain previously unavailable insight into driver behavior and approach speed
Use OEM specific Excel© templates to analyze EDR data
Support Frye and Daubert hearings with references to copyrighted research and non-copyrighted items
Show analytical tools techniques for heavy truck data
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Website: http://www.pmrpf.com

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Paying Your Bill

You can pay your accident reports, alarm fines, application fees, incident reports, parking tickets via MuniciPAY using:

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POCONO MOUNTAIN REGIONAL POLICE DEPARTMENT offers the convenience of accepting MasterCard, Discover, American Express and Visa credit cards for your accident reports, alarm fines, application fees, incident reports, parking tickets via MuniciPAY. The payment processing company charges a service fee of 2.45% or $3.00 minimum to cardholders who use this service. Just stop by our office or give us a call at
570-895-2400 to use your MasterCard, Discover Card, American Express or Visa.

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Credit Card Payments Made Online

Now you can pay youraccident reports, alarm fines, application fees, incident reports, parking tickets from the comfort of your home or office by using our online payment service. Credit cards accepted: MasterCard, Discover, American Express or Visa. A per transaction service fee of 2.45% or $3.00 minimum will be charged by the payment processing company for this service.

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Electronic Check Payments

POCONO MOUNTAIN REGIONAL POLICE DEPARTMENT now accepts electronic check payments using our online payment service. Payments will be charged to your checking or savings account at your bank. You will need your 9-digit routing number, as well as your account number from your personal checks (see example below). A per transaction service fee of $1.50 will be charged by the payment processing company for this service. check services

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IMPORTANT: When Payment Options appears, click on the "Switch to Pay with Check" link and then continue entering your information.

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Contact Information:

Pocono Mountain Regional Police Department

2454 Route 940
Pocono Summit, PA 18346

PHONE: (570) 895 - 2400

FAX: (570) 895 - 2450

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MARCH 24, 2015 UPDATE!

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Phone Scam, Identify themselves as "Winners International Sweepstakes," Monroe County Area...click on left icon for more info...

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