Bicycle/Pedestrian Collision Class – February 27th – March 2nd, 2023

The Georgetown Police Department, in sponsorship with Seiler Instruments, will be hosting a Bicycle/Pedestrian Collision Class at Georgetown PD, February 27-March 2, 2023 (4 day class). The cost will be $100 per student, and includes all course materials, coffee/snacks, and equipment for a staged pedestrian and bicycle crash. It is strongly recommended that any student wishing to take this class have prior reconstruction training (at least Level I).

To register, please contact Anna Calvert via email: with the names along with a department contact to have the invoice sent to.  A follow-up email will be sent out to class participants with more specific information.

We are also trying to gauge interest in hosting another round of levels I-III (6 weeks total) in Spring/Summer or Summer/Fall of 2023.  Several agencies have already reached out recently, indicating a still present need for more reconstruction classes (Levels I-III). In the past the cost for this course has been $250 per student, per level (2 week course) or $750 per student for the entire 6 weeks.  We may be able to lower this cost with a sponsor. If you are interested in sending an officer(s) to this class, please email with the number of spots you’re interested in.  We will then follow-up once we have received enough interest.

We finished our 5th round of Collision Reconstruction Classes in 2022 and have had the privilege of providing this training to 85 officers from 39 agencies since we started in 2019.  While DOCJT continues working to bring this training back and close that gap, we plan to provide that opportunity to anyone in Kentucky. As of January 2021, we have been informed by DOCJT Training Director Kubala that, due to KLEFPF funding regulations, DOCJT is not permitted to sponsor a course when students are charged a fee. This is just a reminder that the training will remain the same as the former (identical) KLEC certified courses, taught by the same instructor; the only difference will be that it will not meet your officers’ in-service requirement.