North Carolina Justice Academy

North Carolina Department of Justice

Time-Distance Instructor Training

 

Date:

Place:

February 20-24, 2017 Salemburg

Please check our "Available Training" page for the most current status of the course.
 

Who Should Attend:

Officers designated to become time-distance instructors for their departments. Individuals must possess criminal justice instructor certification, receive a recommendation from a certified school director or agency head, possess a current and valid time-distance operator certification, and document successful completion of RADAR Instructor Training.

Course Goal:

To provide the knowledge and skills necessary to instruct the Time-Distance Operator Training course.

Course Objectives:

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.

Methodologies:

Lecture and practical exercises will be employed.

Course Requirements:

Attendance is required at all class sessions. On the first day of the course, students must obtain a score of 90% correct on a written pre-entrance test designed to test the trainee’s knowledge of the “operator” level. Students must also demonstrate 100% competence of 25 basic configuration clocks in accordance with criteria specified on a standardized performance evaluation form. Failure to pass the written or motor-skill pre-entrance tests will automatically result in the trainee’s dismissal from the course. Performance of 100% proficiency is required in all motor-skill testing areas. Upon course completion, students must attain a minimum of 75% on a written exam administered by commission staff prior to being certified as a Time-Distance Instructor. There will be an assortment of motor-skills testing throughout the training course for which the student must successfully complete before graduation from the training is permitted.
Special Concerns
Students must provide, for testing and practical exercises, a vehicle equipped with a time-distance instrument. Calibrate and operate specific time distance instruments. Class begins at 8:00 am each day.

Registration:

  1. Register for ALL NCJA classes (traditional classroom and online) on our  North Carolina Justice Academy Training Portal. After signing in to the portal, you can view ALL available classes. If you don’t have a portal account, instructions for creating one are located here.
  2. Also, you must complete the Written Endorsement to Attend Specialized Instructor or SMI Training form and return it to the appropriate program assistant indicated the Training Portal.

 

 

Course Coordinator:

Dan Worley 
 

Length of Course:

Five days - 38 hours 
 
TEICP Accredited Course