Weston Brown has been employed with the Scottsdale (Arizona) Police Department since 1995, and currently serves as a Sergeant. Sergeant Brown served as a lead detective for 8 years in the Vehicle Crimes and Reconstruction Unit. His duties have included investigation/reconstruction of serious injury and fatal collisions, hit and run investigations and commercial motor vehicle code enforcement. Sergeant Brown has attended numerous courses from IPTM, Vetronix, Society of Automotive Engineers and the Collision Safety Institute.
Sergeant Brown has experience instructing courses ranging from basic accident investigation through reconstruction. He has taught for the Arizona Law Enforcement Training Academy, City of Scottsdale, and Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board. Sergeant Brown has published multiple technical articles as well as a text book entitled “Accident Investigations” which is currently used by AZ POST as a text for two collision reconstruction courses. Sergeant Brown assisted in the development of the curriculum of the IPTM EDR Technology course and continues to serve on the IPTM EDR Working Group. Sergeant Brown has been qualified and testified numerous times as an expert in Superior Court regarding EDR technology in automobiles for numerous agencies in Arizona. Sergeant Brown was also featured on Discovery Health Channel’s series, “Accident Investigator” for the 2006-2007 season.
He has served as an adjunct faculty member with the University of North Florida (IPTM) since 2005, and has specialized in the field of Pedestrian Crash Investigation and Reconstruction as well as the analysis of Event Data Recorders on passenger vehicles.