FCIU

(redirected from Forensic Collision Investigation Unit)
AcronymDefinition
FCIUForensic Collision Investigation Unit (UK)
FCIUFamily Crisis Intervention Unit
FCIUFibre Channel Interface Unit (EA-18G aircraft)
FCIUFinancial Crimes Investigation Unit
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"Whilst we cannot comment specifically on the collisions themselves, would like to reassure -lies, I reasgations | Chief are with m enqui way the po th ci the public that our investigations continuing many lines of enquiry underway involving roads policing unit, the forensic collision investigation unit and colleagues from the local o licing teams.
Pc Anthony Parker, of the Forensic Collision Investigation Unit, gave evidence at the inquest, having attended the scene of the accident.
Dublin Fire Brigade attended the scene, which was investigated by the Garda Forensic Collision Investigation Unit, and the road was re-opened to traffic a couple of hours later.
PC Chris Street, of the Forensic Collision Investigation Unit with South Wales Police, told the inquest two girls were making their way down Heronston Lane on the pavement before crossing the embankment and onto the road.
PC Nigel Power, based at the forensic collision investigation unit at Aston, studied CCTV images provided by a nearby petrol station which showed the lorry performing the manoeuvre correctly and very slowly.
They can also see how the Forensic Collision Investigation Unit and the Joint Underwater Search Team operate and inspect operational police vehicles and bikes.
PC James Nobbs, from the forensic collision investigation unit, estimated Ieuan was travelling at 44mph but said the accident in May 2014 was "avoidable" with Ieuan having enough time not to commit to the manoeuvre.
PC Chris Street, of the Forensic Collision Investigation Unit at South Wales Police, said that the girls were making their way down the pavement of Heronstone Lane before crossing the embankment and onto the road.
In the aftermath of the crash Sgt Colin Dobbins, head of North Wales Police's Forensic Collision Investigation Unit, attended with PC Brian Grocott to investigate the circumstances of the incident.
A South Wales Police forensic collision investigation unit went to the scene of the accident and are investigating.
Head of the force's Forensic Collision Investigation Unit, Sgt Colm Finn, said he believes bad road surfaces, sight lines and signage are significant factors in accidents.
PC Brian Grovecott from the forensic collision investigation unit ruled that the moped had no mechanical defects and was travelling no faster than 20mph.