Collision Forensic Solutions is committed to providing world-class instruction that is grounded in forensically sound procedures and validated best practices. Our training services are designed to instill competence and confidence in our students to overcome the challenges faced by law enforcement professionals in the 21st Century. We launch inexperienced students into successful careers and enhance the skills of veterans with efficient procedures and useful technologies.
We are dedicated to the continued inspiration and development of our students and their agencies through our offer of permanent, on-going support - 24 hours a day.
Whether you need a refresher course in laser scanning or want to learn new skills in a specific area, these entry-level courses are designed for you.
Ready to take your laser scanning skills to the next level? These courses will get you there.
Take it to the next level with advanced skills, tips, and tricks to move you ahead of the curve in your field with these more challenging courses.
You may have a particular project related issue you need to solve or a recurring situation you would like to conquer more efficiently. These one-on-one sessions are tailored to your specific needs.
Mike Selves is a retired certified law enforcement officer in the State of South Dakota. Mike has over twenty years of law enforcement experience, most formally with the South Dakota Highway Patrol.
William Henningsen is a 21-year veteran of the Omaha Police Department's Forensic Investigations Section (FIS) and has been involved in training and consulting with Collision Forensic Solutions (CFS) since 2015. He is currently certified as a Forensic Video Technician by the Law Enforcement and Emergency Services Video Association (LEVA).
Joel Salinas, ACTAR, has over 33 years of experience investigating and reconstructing traffic collisions. He is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction, (ACTAR # 1569).
Collision Forensic Solutions, LLC provides certified training courses in forensic mapping. CFS utilizes total stations, data collectors, the latest technology in Evidence Recorder software, and IMS Map360 CAD drawing software, along with CAD Zone and Pocket Zone software.