Dave Keltner is in his 15th year with the Illinois State Police. He is currently assigned to the Traffic Crash Reconstruction Unit as the Northern Illinois Supervisor. He has been a reconstruction officer since 2002, and is certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement and Training and Standards Board as a Crash Reconstruction Specialist and the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR) #2296.
Dave instructs multiple crash related courses for the Illinois State Police and law enforcement agencies. He has been the primary investigator for over 160 major crash cases and has completed over 2,000 hours of training in the field of crash investigation and related roadway safety. He has been deemed an expert witness in multiple northern Illinois counties for crash reconstruction, forensic mapping and Event Data Recorder (EDR) evidence.
Dave has additional duties including: Control and Arrest Tactics (CAT) Instructor, First Responder/ Basic Life Support CPR Instructor, Motorcycle Officer, Use of Force Instructor and Supervisor, and Juvenile Officer. He also organizes all ISP training, budget planning and case review for the Reconstruction Unit.
8675 Country Side Dr.
Dalton City, IL. 61925
Keith Jackson has been with the Collinsville Police Department since 2009. He has been in law enforcement for over 8 years and is currently assigned to the Investigations Unit. He served in the Street Crime Abatement Team prior to investigations. He is one of two traffic crash reconstruction officers at his department and has been involved with accident reconstruction since 2012. Keith Jackson received certification as an Illinois Certified Traffic Accident Reconstruction Specialist in the summer of 2012 from the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board and is certified by the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR). He is serving his first term as the secretary for the Illinois Association of Technical Accident Investigators. Keith Jackson is a co-founder of Metro East Crash Assistance Team which investigates serious and fatal traffic crashes for three counties of southwest Illinois.
Craig Lundy has been a Decatur, IL police officer since July 1998. In 2001 he was involved with the implementation of the Fatal Accident Investigation Team. In 2011 he became a crash reconstructionist. In 2013 he joined IATAI and was voted in as the treasurer in 2017.
Michael Fannin was elected as Vice President to the IATAI Board in 2017. Michael is in his 19th year with the Springfield Police Department. He is currently assigned to the Crime Scene Unit as a Crime Scene Detective and is a Crash Reconstruction Officer. Michael has been a reconstruction officer since 2011 receiving training through the Northwestern University.
Michael has additional duties including being a squad leader for a Mobile Force Crowd Control team that has been deployed to events such as the G20 Summit in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania in 2009 and Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
Michael has been teaching for the Law Enforcement Training Advisory Commission (LETAC) for approximately four years and teaches classes about crime scene/crash scene management to new police officers involved in the part time police academy.
Michael has for over seven years been involved with several area high schools, middle schools, and grade schools educating children about law enforcement, new technologies law enforcement is using and science used in apprehending criminals.