Mr. Toby L. Gloekler holds a B.Sc. in civil/structural engineering from the University of California at Berkeley, College of Engineering and is a Registered Professional Engineer and Disaster Services Worker in the State of California. He is a retired police officer of fifteen years during which time he concentrated on automobile accident and crime scene investigation/reconstruction and testified as an expert in criminal courts. He has investigated more than 4000 traffic accidents as a law enforcement officer and forensic engineer combined. Mr. Gloekler is the founder of Collision Reconstruction Engineers Inc., where he specializes in forensic consulting services for clients throughout the United States. He has presented “Motorcycle Crash Reconstruction & Case Studies,” for the California Association of Accident Reconstruction Specialists. He has instructed “Low-Speed Impacts: Investigation, Reconstruction and Determination of Injury Mechanisms,” “Speed Determination from Collision Damage,” and “Computer Assisted Traffic Accident Reconstruction” for the University of California Riverside Extension and teaches as an adjunct professor at John F. Kennedy, College of Law, Pleasant Hill, California. Mr. Gloekler has qualified and testified as an expert more than 300 times in cases involving automobiles, motorcycles, bicycles, pedestrians, and commercial vehicles in State and Federal Courts. He has written or contributed to numerous articles and papers focusing on motorcycle accident investigation, traffic collision investigation, commercial vehicle trailer under-ride collisions and low-speed collision investigation. Mr. Gloekler conducts ongoing research in his field, including full-scale motorcycle crash testing, instrumented high-speed crash testing, and instrumented human volunteer low-speed crash testing. Mr. Gloekler has provided volunteer technical support to law enforcement agencies, including the California Highway Patrol MAIT Golden Gate Division, the Arizona Department of Public Safety, the Oakland Police Department Traffic Division, the Walnut Creek Police Department, and the Davis Police Department. Mr. Gloekler is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR) and has instructed ACTAR accreditation exam review courses. He is a member of numerous professional organizations, including National Academy of Forensic Engineers (NAFE), the American Academy of Forensic Scientists (AAFS) the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE), the Structural Engineers Association of Northern California (SEAONC), California Association of Accident Reconstruction Specialists (CAARS), the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA), and is a life member of the University of California at Berkeley Alumni Association.