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An Evaluation of Computer Based Training for Police Radar Operators

by Paul E. Konschak

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Published by Dissertation.com .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radar,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Political Freedom & Security - Law Enforcement

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8781868M
    ISBN 101581121768
    ISBN 109781581121766

    Radar Operator Test A 4 To be a qualified Radar Operator, the court requires that you have enough knowledge and training to be able to _____ the Radar device: a. assemble, aim, and adjust d. calibrate, tune, and connect b. set up, test, and properly operate e. set range, aim, and read c. File Size: KB. How much does the officer need to know about police radar? All an officer is required to know about police radar is how to set-up, do the calibration tests, operate and be able to interpret the readings from the unit’s audible and visual display. The officer does not need to know the technical aspects on how the police radar gun works.

    document establishes a baseline for acceptable traffic radar speed-measuring device performance. Citizens, courts, and law enforcement officers should be assured that those radar speed-measuring device models, determined by testing to comply with these specifications, will provide the high-quality service they require. POLICE RADAR INSTRUCTOR TRAINING COURSE. The contents of this training course for police radar instructors are presented in eight chapters: (1) Background and Overview; (2) Course Administration; (3) Instructional Methodologies; (4) Operational Considerations (A - History and Theory, B - Operating Principals, C - Glossary of Terms, D - Operation of Specific Radar Devices, E - .

    Training presentation. You will look like a pro when you use this accessible presentation template for your training course. The template has 14 slides, including introduction, training outline, three lessons with objectives, content and wrap-up slides, a training summary, and assessment and evaluation at . Full text of "Basic training program: radar speed measurement: trainee manual" See other formats.


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An Evaluation of Computer Based Training for Police Radar Operators by Paul E. Konschak Download PDF EPUB FB2

Study is to determine the effectiveness of computer-based training for police radar operators. Purpose of the Study The purpose of this study was to determine if a computer-based training program based upon the traditional classroom-based training is an effective means of delivery for the radar operators’ course for police officers.

The first method examined was the traditional classroom-based training with a certified radar instructor. The second method was a computer-based training (CBT) course based on the instructional material from the classroom-based course.

The CBT course was administered on CD-ROM using the police department s Windows© based computers. The purpose of this study was to examine two instructional methods for delivering a radar operators training class for members of a municipal police department.

The first method examined was the traditional classroom-based training with a certified radar instructor. Your RADAR training program should be a living document that receives regular updates. Make sure it is researched, updated, verified and implemented for operators needing re-certification.

Basic Training Program in RADAR Speed Measurement: Instructor's Lesson Plan U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, - Radar in. A Problem-Based Learning Manual for Training and Evaluating Police Trainees This document is intended for use in the classroom instruction of Police Training Officers.

It is a companion to these other training materials in the Police Training Officer Series: Trainee Manual Training Standard Executive Summary & Case StudiesFile Size: 1MB. Satisfactory completion of RADAR operator requirements. Two (2) years experience as a RADAR operator.

Successful completion of approved Police Training Academy (PTC) RADAR Instructor course. Apply to PTC for Instructor certification. If you intend to teach at a PTC-certified Academy.

Valid for three (3) years. RADAR Operator Course. Unit 1 RADAR -Based upon the Doppler Principle (Doppler shift), police traffic radar has become the most common device used to measure vehicular speed.

Sophisticated police radar can "clock" vehicles while the patrol unit is stationary and while the patrol unit is moving in the direction opposite of the target vehicles.

Doppler Principle. A Problem-Based Learning Manual for Training and Evaluating Police Trainees This document is intended for use in the post-academy training of police trainees. It is a companion to these other training materials in the Police Training Officer Series: PTO Manual Trainee Manual Overview and IntroductionFile Size: KB.

The Police Traffic SPEED RADAR Handbook is intended to familiarize the reader with the use and misuse of police radar by examining basic scientific and engineering principles in detail. RADAR Operator Study Guide as of 11/7/ STUDY. PLAY. A RADAR blind spot when a RADAR Operator observes the target and monitors the speed and the measurement disappears for a few seconds.

BLETLaw Enforcement Driving Training. 37 terms. BLETTraffic Crash Investigation. 56 terms. BLET#Patrol Techniques. Research Radar manufacturers, distributors, resources, and products for police and law enforcement. Learn about new products from Kustom Signals Inc. and Stalker Radar including highway patrol.

This publication, Radar Operators Manual, is issued for the information of commissioned, warrant, and enlisted personnel to provide a standard basis of information relative to radar operation.

Radar & Lidar Instructor RADAR-LIDAR Instructor Instructor Re-Certification The Speed Lidar Case Law 85th Contour Lines of Equal RADAR - LIDAR Ready Visual Speed Estimates - Practical Checking Radar with records.

Special emphasis must be placed on resident military training. Any military training that is erroneously listed may result in an administrative reduction in rank. Computer Based Training. 1) Non-resident military training including army correspondence course program (ACCP), distance learning (DL) and army Size: 1MB.

DRIVER’S GUIDE TO World-renowned radar expert Craig Peterson reveals: Craig Peterson Author of ast DrF iving (Without Tickets) DRIVER’S GUIDE TO POLICE RADAR Police Radar Ever get stopped for speeding.

Most of us have. In almost every case, the officer will use radar, laser or a time/distance computer to check your speed. Yet not one driver File Size: 1MB. GEORGIA PEACE OFFICER STANDARDS AND TRAINING COUNCIL P.O. BOX CLARKDALE, GA SPEED DETECTION DEVICE OPERATOR CERTIFICATION In addition to completing the mandatory Speed Detection Device Operator training course you are required to complete a probationary period and demonstrate your proficiency in the use of a Speed Detection Size: KB.

Members who have successfully completed training for operation of the apparatus based on NFPA Standard for Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications (Trainee drivers may operate apparatus when under the supervision of a qualified driver.)File Size: 1MB.

a pretty thorough coverage of Radar Signal one wants to understand radar from a. DSP perspective, first read Skolnik's "Introduction To Radar Systems" to get a basic understanding of how radar works. Then read this book by Richards to understand radar DSP.

Police Radar Basics: Everything Every Driver, and the Police, should File Size: KB. Police radar guns operate on three frequency bands: X-band, K-band, and Ka-band.

Most newer guns the police use operate on the super-wide Ka-band. K-band is still quite common, given its historical advantage to Ka-band. The oldest X-band radars, which have been widely used throughout the state of NJ, are slowly being supplemented with newer and.

A Law Enforcement training video on the proper theory and operation of RADAR speed detection devices.Price: $1, Length: 3 DaysRADAR Systems Training, Modern RADAR Basics RADAR Systems Training covers the basics of modern RADAR systems including basic design of a RADAR system, functionality, equations, search and track functions, target detection, signal processing, architecture, critical components, electronic attack and protection, transmitter/receiver, and antenna.radar operator Students will identify the purpose of radar within law enforcement, as related to its history, application, laws, and principles of speed enforcement.

Additionally, students will develop the skills, knowledge and abilities necessary to conduct visual estimations of vehicle speed accurately, and assemble, test, and operate a radar.