JOHN CUNAG

ACTAR #1472

Accident Investigation/Reconstruction Professional

 

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

  • Established professional with over fifteen years of hands-on experience and training in accident investigation and reconstruction.  Successful track record of applying training and experience to determine causation and fault in traffic collisions.
  • Primary areas of consultation:  Traffic accident analysis and reconstruction, safety aspects of roadway, traffic control, and pedestrian facilities, road vehicle systems, and components.

Professional Publications

  • Law Enforcement Approach to the Investigation and Reconstruction of Significant Tractor/Trailer Accidents”, Defense Research Institute (DRI) Trucking Law Seminar, Las Vegas, Nevada, February 4-5, 2010

CONTINUING EDUCATION

  • Three-Day Collision Investigation and Reconstruction – Crash Damage Energy Seminar, Portland, Maine, September 10-12, 2014
  • Three-Day MARC-1 Motor Vehicle Accident Reconstruction Seminar, PC-Brake, Houston, Texas, May 23-25, 2014
  • Preserving and Analyzing Information from Heavy Vehicle EDR’s (40 hours), Northwestern University Center for Public Safety, Evanston, Illinois, March 2013
  • Crash Data Retrieval User’s Summit (24 hours), Collision Safety Institute & Collision Publishing, Houston, Texas, January 2013
  • Tire Forensics – Analyzing Tire Failure, TRGtech Tire Consulting LLC, Lancaster, Ohio, October 2012
  • Inspection and Investigation of Commercial Vehicles Crashes (40 hours), Institute of Police Technology and Management (IPTM), Jacksonville, Florida, August 2012
  • Crush Energy Analysis in Collision Reconstruction (40 hours), Accident Analysis & Reconstruction, Inc., North Las Vegas, Nevada, March 2012
  • Crash Data Retrieval Analyst Certification Course (40 hours), Collision Safety Institute, Henderson, Nevada, February 2012
  • Crash Data Retrieval User’s Summit (24 hours), Collision Safety Institute & Collision Publishing, Houston, Texas, January 2012
  • Advanced Collision Reconstruction with CDR Applications, Accident Analysis & Reconstruction, Inc., North Las Vegas, Nevada, October 2011
  • Motorcycle Crash Reconstruction (40 hours), Northwestern University Center for Public Safety, Reno, Nevada, August 2011
  • CSI Crash Data Retrieval CDR Technician Level 2 Course (8 hours), Collision Safety Institute, Las Vegas, Nevada, May 2011
  • ARC-CSI Crash Conference (32 hours), The ARC Network and Collision Safety Institute,  Las Vegas, Nevada, May 2011
  • ARC-CSI Boot Camp- Crash testing (24 hours), Collision Safety Institute, Las Vegas, Nevada, May 2011
  • Vehicle Pedestrian Accident Reconstruction (24 hours), Northwestern University for Public Safety, Carson City, Nevada, June 2010
  • ARC-CSI Crash Conference (32 hours), The ARC Network and Collision Safety Institute,  Las Vegas, Nevada, June 2010
  • Crash Data Retrieval Technician/Analyst Certification Course (40 hours), Collision Safety Institute, Vallejo, California, March 2010
  • Traffic Accident Reconstruction (80 hours), Institute of Police Technology and Management (IPTM), Jacksonville, Florida, October 2009
  • Vehicle Rollover Test, Bio-Mechanical Analysis of Rollover Crash, Seatbelts in Rollover Crash (16 hours), Southwestern Association of Technical Accident Investigators,     Glendale, Arizona, July 2009
  • ARC-CSI Crash Conference (32 hours), The ARC Network and Collision Safety Institute,  Las Vegas, Nevada, June 2009
  • Heavy Vehicle Crash Reconstruction (40 hours), Northwestern University Center for Public Safety, Reno, Nevada, May 2009
  • Photogrammetry (56 hours), IWitness, Las Vegas, Nevada, January 2009
  • ARC-CSI Crash Conference (28 hours), The ARC Network and Collision Safety Institute,  Las Vegas, Nevada, June 2004
  • Day and Night Visibility, Photogrammetry, Drag Factors (16 hours), Southwestern Association of Technical Accident Investigators, San Diego, California, November 2003
  • Grade Crossing Collision Investigation (8 hours), Union Pacific Railroad, Las Vegas, Nevada, August 2003
  • 2003Mapscenes System Technical Training for Instructors (40 hours), Microsurvey, Westbank, Canada, June 2003
  • ARC-CSI Crash Conference (28 hours), The ARC Network and Collision Safety Institute,  Las Vegas, Nevada, June 2003
  • The Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation (24 hours), John E. Reid and Associates, Inc., Las Vegas, Nevada, June 2003
  • Crime Scene Analyst Academy (160 hours), Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (Crime Scene Bureau), Las Vegas, Nevada, April 2003
  • Interview and Interrogation (24 hours), Southeastern Public Safety Institute, Carson City, Nevada, November 2002
  • Forensic Mapping Specialist (40 hours), Microsurvey, Reno, Nevada, October 2002
  • Public Safety Training Officer School (40 hours), Nevada Highway Patrol, Las Vegas, Nevada, June 2002
  • Traffic Accident Reconstruction 2 (40 hours), Northwestern University Center for Public Safety, Carson City, Nevada, June 2002
  • Traffic Accident Reconstruction 1 (80 hours), Northwestern University Center for Public Safety, Carson City, Nevada, June 2002
  • Technical Accident Investigation/Vehicle Dynamics (120 hours), Nevada Highway Patrol,  Las Vegas, Nevada, March 2001
  • Basic Accident Investigation (120 hours), Nevada Highway Patrol, Carson City, Nevada,  July 1999