Bryan Corb

Accident Reconstruction and Commercial Vehicle Compliance Specialist

Bryan began his accident investigation career in 1994 while in law enforcement and went on to obtain his certifications in accident reconstruction, auto/pedestrian reconstruction, commercial vehicle inspection and investigation.  Bryan has a Master TCOLE License and a TCOLE Instructor Certification.

Bryan began his tenure with A&M Forensics and Engineering in 2018, after a distinguished law enforcement career.  Bryan retired from law enforcement as the Chief of Police with the City of Richwood Police Department.  Bryan also served as the Special Operations/ Training Administrator for the City of La Grange Police Department where he received the Meritorious Conduct Citation in 2011.  Prior to joining the La Grange Police Department, Bryan served with the Sugar Land Police Department, assisting with the drafting of a M.O.U. that was signed by all the agencies of Ft. Bend County and the Ft. Bend County District Attorney’s Office allowing for a county wide DWI task force. Bryan was also assigned to a multi-jurisdictional team who investigated “Staged” motor vehicle crashes related to insurance fraud.

In addition to investigating automobile, commercial vehicle, pedestrian, and bicycle related crashes, Bryan has extensive knowledge in commercial vehicle regulations, inspections, and compliance.  Bryan has established safety programs for commercial vehicle operations related to intermodal, liquid tank, flat bed, and van operations.  Bryan obtained a certification in Motor Fleet Safety Supervision from the Texas Motor Transportation Association.

In 1995, Bryan was awarded the 100 Club Officer of the Year for his work in commercial vehicle safety and enforcement.

Bryan teaches traffic safety courses which include accident avoidance, occupant protection, distracted driving avoidance, impaired driving prevention, and has instructed Operation Lifesaver courses-educational awareness in the area of reducing highway-rail crossing crashes to both law enforcement and the general public.

Bryan has participated in the crash testing of automobiles and commercial vehicles for litigation and training purposes.

Bryan has extensive experience with trial preparation, courtroom and deposition testimony in both criminal and civil cases, testifying approximately 100 times over the course of his law enforcement career.

Bryan obtained a Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice Leadership and Management from Sam Houston State, a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Columbia Southern University, a Public Manager Certification from Sam Houston State and he is a graduate of the Bill Blackwood Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas (LEMIT) – Leadership Command College (LCC) where he is currently serving as President of the Leadership Command College Alumni Association.

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