Meet TransCon CSI’s newest team members!

January 2022

We are proud to announce the addition of two motivated, energetic TransCon CSI team members, Harley Grierson, and Patrick “Pat” O’Hagan Sr.

Harley serves as TransCon CSI’s Administrative Assistant. She received an Associates Degree in Arts and Sciences from the College of Southern Maryland in 2019. After pursuing this degree, she began to focus her studies on Criminal Justice. This led Harley to receive her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice with a minor in Forensics from the University of Maryland Global Campus in 2021. Harley’s positive “can do” problem-solving attitude and thoroughness make her a great addition to our TransCon CSI team.

Congratulations to Patrick O’Hagan Sr. on his recent retirement after 25 years of dedication in law enforcement. Pat brings a wealth of experience and investigative knowledge to our TransCon CSI team.


Heavy Vehicle Forensic Mechanical Inspection for Collision Investigators Certification

Chattanooga, Tennessee
November 2021

Glen Reuschling successfully completed a 5-day certification course for commercial vehicle mechanical inspection for collision investigators.  This course included Heavy Vehicle Nomenclature; Brakes; Wheels; Suspension; Steering; Proper Forensic Investigation Methods; Instruction on Restoring Airbrake System to its Pre-collision Condition.


Annual Joint Conference (NAPARS)

The Grand Hotel, Ocean City, Maryland
October 2021

This conference included Live Crash Testing, Human Factors, Scene Documentation, Critical Speed, Momentum, Energy, Tire Failure, CDR Update, and Review of Crash Testing Results.


Southeastern Collision Reconstruction Conference (SCARS)

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
July 2021

This conference included a series of Crash Test Data and CDR Updates, Commercial Motor Vehicle Crash Investigation, From Crime to Court, Drone Mapping techniques, Roadway Design, Human Factors, Motorcycle Collision Reconstruction, and Tools, Technology and Techniques for Human Factors Analysis. 


Transit Safety and Security Program Certification (TSSP)

February 2018

Glen and Mary Anne Reuschling each completed their Transit Safety and Security Program certification through USDOT Transportation Safety Institute (TSI) in transit bus and rail investigations in 2018. After the completion of this certification, Glen and Mary Anne received their professional certification in Transit Rail System Safety, Transit System Security, Effectively Managing Transit Emergencies, and Fundamentals of Bus Collision Investigations. In addition, Glen Reuschling was also certified in Advanced Bus Collision Investigations in July 2018.


MdATAI Crash Conference

Grand Hotel, Ocean City, Maryland
October 2015

This conference included live crash testing, oblique angle crashes, the use of EDR in controlled crash atmosphere along with lecture presentations and vendor displays focusing on current topics and trends in motor vehicle collision reconstruction.


ARC-CSI Crash Conference

Palace Station Hotel
Las Vegas, Nevada
June 2015

Glen attended our industry’s leading accident reconstruction conference: for private practice crash reconstructionists and law enforcement agencies investigating crashes. This four-day conference included: live crash testing, comparison of actual speed versus calculated speed in low-speed pedestrian Impacts, unmanned aircraft systems in public safety, staying legal when using a drone for scene inspections, overview of vehicle systems which may impact crash analysis, relating collision trauma biomechanics to crash reconstruction, evaluating motorcycle evasive maneuvers, vehicle system digital forensics, basic tire mechanics and tire failure analysis, reconstructing two-vehicle crashes when critical scene data are missing, vehicle velocity extraction from witness video and crash test data review.


Glen Reuschling, President of TransCon CSI, recently prepared and delivered a presentation on: Four Ways Laser Scanning Benefits Accident Reconstruction on Leica Geosystems Website

August 2014


Hexagon International User’s Group Conference Forensic Crash Reconstruction and Crash Protocol and Analysis

Las Vegas, Nevada
June 2014

Glen Reuschling, President of TransCon CSI, presented at this year’s Hexagon International Users Conference. This year’s conference offered an exciting lineup of must-see technologies, exclusive presentations by industry experts, hands-on training, and inspiring keynote speakers.


Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations Certification – Maryland Motor Truck Association

Baltimore, Maryland
May 2014


New Jersey Association of Accident Reconstructionists (NJAARS) Conference

Tropicana Hotel
Atlantic City, New Jersey
October 2013

Glen Reuschling attended this 3-day conference with select accident reconstructionists from around the world. This is the industry’s leading conference for accident reconstruction for cases involving injuries, the engineering of human injury reconstruction, basics of momentum, crash testing, DUI – drugs and alcohol, crash avoidance technology, tire composition, COF tire surfaces, and advanced momentum.


Advanced Forensics Competency Training

Leica Geosystems
Annapolis, Maryland
September 2013

Glen Reuschling and Mary Anne Reuschling completed the Advanced Forensics Competency Training Course consisting of twelve hours of training in the use of the Leica ScanStation 3D laser scanning system and the Cyclone Point Cloud Processing software.


Temporary Traffic Work Zone Class

Maryland State Highway Administration
Hanover, Maryland
August 2013

Glen Reuschling completed this class which is certified by the Maryland State Highway Association.


Hexagon-Leica Geosystems

Worldwide User’s Group Conference
Orlando, Florida
June 2013

Glen Reuschling attended the Hexagon-Leica Geosystems Worldwide User’s Group Conference in Orlando, Florida in June 2013. Among the training received was 3D forensic laser scanning for crime scenes and bullet trajectories, as well as scanning for Building Information Modeling (BIM), “As-builts,” documentation of historic structures, and 3D modeling.


ARC-CSI Crash Conference

Palace Station Hotel
Las Vegas, Nevada
May 2013

This 4-day conference included live, fully instrumented crash tests and presentations from leading experts from around the world. This is the industry’s leading conference for private practice crash reconstructionists and law enforcement investigating crashes, crash testing, and presentations from leading experts from around the world. It is the industry’s leading conference for private practice crash reconstructionists and law enforcement agencies investigating crashes.

Where else can you witness fully documented, live, full-scale crash testing and other pertinent demonstrations first hand, attend presentations by recognized leaders in their field, and then leave with all the conference presentations and collected data (photos and video of the testing, copies of presentations for later review, related documents and reference material) at the conclusion of the conference?


OMCA/ABA Tour Operator Summit

Resorts Casino & Hotel
Atlantic City, New Jersey
March 2012

TransCon CSI attended the ABA conference in Atlantic City, New Jersey from March 28 -29, 2012. TransCon CSI has recently become a member of the American Bus Association and is enthusiastic about getting more involved with the ABA.


Hexagon-Leica Geosystems

Worldwide User’s Group Conference
Orlando, Florida
June 2011

Glen and Mary Anne Reuschling attended the Hexagon-Leica Geosystems Worldwide User’s Group Conference in Orlando, Florida from June 5-9, 2011. Among the training received was 3D forensic laser scanning for crime scenes and bullet trajectories, as well as scanning for Building Information Modeling (BIM), “As-builts,” documentation of historic structures, and 3D modeling.


Advanced Collision Reconstruction with CDR Applications course

Millersville, Maryland
March 2011

Glen Reuschling attended a 5-day Advanced Collision Reconstruction with CDR Applications course in Millersville, Maryland, consisting of advanced mathematical solutions for conducting speed and crash pulse evaluations; analyzing CDR data in the context of conventional collision reconstruction; overview of pre-crash data sources and recorded crash pulse data; calculating impulse delta-V, PDOF, and impact & post-impact velocities from CDR Data. CDR, also known as “Crash Data Recorder” is commonly referred to as a vehicle’s “Black Box”.


TransCon CSI completed Leica’s ScanStation C10 Forensic Competency Training

Annapolis, Maryland
December 2010

The TransCon CSI team of experts successfully completed Leica’s Forensic Competency Training Course. Leica’s certified training course included classroom instruction and field training in the deployment and use of the Leica ScanStation C10 3D laser scanning system and the Cyclone Point Cloud processing software.