The student will be able to:
♦ Describe the association between excessive speed and accident, deaths, and injuries, and describe the safety benefits of effective speed regulation.
♦ Describe the basic principles of time-distance speed measurements.
♦ Acquire and demonstrate basic skills in calibrating and operating specific time-distance instruments.
♦ Identify specific time-distance instruments and techniques used by the trainee’s agency and describe their major components, features, and functions.
♦ Identify laws, court rulings, regulations, policies, and procedures affecting time-distance speed measurement and speed enforcement.
♦ Acquire and demonstrate basic skills in preparing and presenting records and testimony relating to time-distance speed measurement and speed enforcement.
♦ Demonstrate the ability to estimate vehicular speed in accordance with criteria specified on a standardized performance evaluation form.
♦ Demonstrate 100% competence on 25 basic configuration clocks in accordance with criteria specified on a standardized performance evaluation form.
♦ Teach students in the performance of the objectives listed above.