Course L3AZR3P071 010 (3 Weeks, 2 Days)

Course Information


This course provides instruction in the application of legal aspects of installation traffic offenses, speed measurement devices, employment of drug/alcohol countermeasures, investigative planning, analysis of traffic accident components, determining speed of accident vehicles, employment of accident photography, diagramming a traffic accident, preparation of a traffic accident report, and hit and run investigation.

Prerequisites IAW AR 190-12

Army personnel who possess MOS 31B in grades E-3 through E-7. Prospective student should possess strong organizational skills and self-study habits. Recommend Soldiers take the General Knowledge Mathematics CLEP # 07030 before attending. A passing score is not needed for attendance but will help refresh the student’s math skills that will be used during the course.

Pre Arrival

On base lodging is available, prior to arrival students will make billeting reservations at the Gateway Inn (VAQ) at DSN 473-4277 or COMM (210) 671-4277 Email: Students must have a government travel card or be authorized a travel advance prior to departing from their duty station. D Company, 701st MP Battalion CANNOT request a government travel card for students. Students attending the course TDY enroute to their next duty station will have their losing unit or activity keep their government travel card active until 30 days after projected graduation date. Government transportation is not available. Students are responsible for getting themselves to and from class each day, therefore it is recommended students be authorized a rental vehicle on their travel orders. Students that are billeted off the installation may be required to drive up to 25 miles roundtrip in order to attend class. Government dining facilities are available, however, students are not issued meal cards and are charged a daily surcharge rate. Students must have a completed DD Form 1610 when reporting to Lackland AFB, TX for training. D Company CANNOT generate fund sites for travel or per diem.

Duty Uniform

The uniform for class is ACU's. At a minimum, students will bring 2 sets of ACU's, ACU patrol cap, beret, and two pair of boots. PT is conducted daily, therefore PT gear is also required. Wet weather gear is recommended year round and cold weather gear (Gore-Tex/field jacket, polypropylene undergarments, gloves and warm boots) should be brought between the months of September thru April. In addition to the uniform items listed above, students are required to have the following materials for class: Spiral Ruled Notepad x 1, Yellow Highlighter x 1, Three Ring Binder (1 inch) x 1, 0.5mm lead pencil x 2.


All students will arrive on the course start date at 0600 hours and coordinate with D Company 701st MP Bn for weigh-in and in-processing at Building 9122, 3rd Floor, Room 3102, Telephone Number (201) 671-3981/3982 or DSN 473-3981/3982. The uniform for the first day at 0600 hours will be in Army PT gear. Have your ACU’s available to change after the weigh-in. If you arrive on the weekend check in at the Gateway Inn (VAQ). Located in the lobby of the Gateway Inn is an information system that will provide contact information and directions to D Company.


Contact D Company at (210) 671-3981/3982 or DSN 473-3981/3982 OR report to the Information Center at the main gate for directions.


To get the most up-to-date class schedule for this course follow these easy steps at the ATRRS web site:
1. Find the box that is labeled Course Catalog in the upper right corner of page.
2. Click on the blue Here button in that box.
3. Pick the Fiscal Year you wish to attend.
4. Go down to School Code and pick 884.
5. Click on the “Search the ATRRS Course Catalog” button.
6. Click on the Highlighted Course Number for TMCI Course (ASI Q9).
7. This page will inform you of all the dates for that fiscal year.