If you are seriously considering this training, you would probably have been on other training courses or workshops. While it is true that crash investigation is a serious topic, we wanted to ensure that the week is not spent in boredom.

By partnering with the Lion & Safari Park, we wanted to combine a true African experience with a truly South African Crash Investigation Model, to ensure that you are constantly simulated in a relaxing environment.

From Safari Lunches to Game Drives, breakfast and dinner experiences at fine African Restaurants, animal interactions, a river-side barbecue (braai) and an atmosphere that is totally relaxing and refreshing, we wanted to include everything in this offer.

Come, stay, relax, eat, interact, experience, enjoy wild life at a premium South African Lion Park while learning, growing and expanding your knowledge under the leadership of one of Africa’s top and most sought-after crash investigation specialists. This is a week you are highly unlikely to ever forget!

This training includes everything you could wish for, to ensure that you have nothing to worry about. Just arrive. Everything is included, from your accommodation trough stationery, tools and equipment needed for training, daily breakfast, tea, lunch and two dinners as well as a Safari Drive and River Barbecue (braai) experience on the last day. You will be our guest.

We do not believe in “CV builders” for operational law enforcers.

When it comes to Crash Investigation, there are two types of courses offered: Those that are “accredited” and that are based on US- or other pre-existing courses and those that are designed – from the ground up, for practical applications in crime investigation, in South Africa.

We provide practical training, for operational officers, based on South African conditions.

Every officer that leaves our course, has practical skills. We prefer to teach, based on actual real-world cases, real-world examples and real-world problems and challenges. We prefer to ensure that every attending officer gets nothing but the best exposure to every aspect of crash scene investigation.

How much can you learn in one week?

We have found that one week is adequate for the purpose of laying a solid foundation, while limiting costs. Exemplary attendees can be identified for further training.


  • Choosing the Right Equipment
  • Legal Considerations and Evidence
  • Identifying and Managing Evidence
  • Crime Scene Management
  • Photography of Scenes and Vehicles
  • Measuring of Collision Scenes
  • Examination of Vehicles and Scenes
  • Speed and Movement Determinations
  • Court Testimony and Trial Process

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