Motor vehicle crash investigation and reconstruction is essential to keep safe-driving issues in the forefront and to remind drivers of the importance of current traffic laws. Detailed descriptions, remarks, recommendations and other pertinent information may result from crash investigation and reconstruction efforts, all of which are used to prevent future crashes, injuries and fatalities in Virginia.
Virginia Multidisciplinary Crash Investigation Team
DMV’s Virginia Multidisciplinary Crash Investigation Team (VMCIT) investigates and reports on how crashes are the result of driver, vehicle, and environmental factors interacting in a variety of ways.
Crash Investigation and Reconstruction Training
The Virginia Highway Safety Office is pleased to offer classes in crash investigation and reconstruction. Available courses are:
- Fundamentals of Crash Investigation and Reconstruction
- Advanced Crash Investigation
- Crash Data Retrieval (CDR) Technician I and II
- Pedestrian/Bicycle Crash Investigation
- Traffic Crash Reconstruction
For more information, contact Steve Williams at Steven.Williams@dmv.virginia.gov.
Archived Crash Investigation Reports
A multi-disciplinary team of investigators sponsored by VCU has studied typical crashes and prepared a series of reports detailing their findings. Archived copies of these reports are available for viewing.