Mark George is the Director and Principal Investigator of Accident Investigation Services Pty Ltd. He is a former Military Police Warrant Officer and New South Wales Sergeant of Police who has been directly involved in accident investigation for the past 40 years, consisting of 14 years Military and Civil Police experience, and as a private consultant for the past 26 years.
Upon his resignation from the NSW Police Service in 1991, Mr George was the Officer-in-Charge of the NSW Police South Region Accident Investigation Squad, providing state support for all crash reconstruction duties within the police department. Since his resignation from the NSW Police Service, Mr George has continued to provide professional investigation and training services to the Police Service, ODPP, Insurance Industry and Legal Profession. Mr George is also an associate investigator with the Australian Road Research Board (ARRB).
Mr George has completed studies in accident investigation, field surveying and forensic medicine in Australia, vehicle dynamics, accident reconstruction and crash data retrieval interpretation and analysis in America, and black-box accident data recorder interpretation and analysis in Germany.
Mr George has extensive training and experience in advanced and defensive motorcycle riding (both on and off road), defensive driving, advanced high-speed pursuit driving/riding, and sports aviation.
Mr George is a member of a number of professional institutions concerned with traffic accident investigation and reconstruction. He has been invited as a speaker on this subject at numerous venues including, the NSW Police Academy, the NSW Roads and Traffic Authority, the University of Western Sydney (Faculty of Science and Technology), the State Legal Conference – Sydney, and the international AIRIL99 conference in Pretoria, South Africa.
Nationally Mr George has been commissioned to investigate major motor vehicle collisions in all Australian States & Territories. Internationally, Mr George has also been called upon to investigate major accidents in America, Brunei, Fiji and Malaysia.
In April, 1999, Mr George was appointed by VDO Instruments (Australia) Pty Ltd as their national independent crash analyst for interpreting and analysing crash data obtained from their commercial black-box accident data recorders.
In February, 2000 Mr George was elected as the President of the Australasian and South Pacific Association of Collision Investigators (ASPACI). He was re-elected into this office in April 2002 for further two years, resigning in March 2004. Mr George was also the Editor of the ASPACI Association’s quarterly journal Momentum between 2000 and 2006, held the position as ASPACI Secretary between 2006 and 2011, and was the National Training Coordinator between 2008 and 2016.
In July 2006, Mr George was appointed by the Australasian College of Road Safety (ACRS) to the assessment panel for the ACRS Register of Road Safety Professionals, in the discipline of Road Crash Reconstruction.
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