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Leadership

The NJAAR Leadership consists of a Board of Directors that is made up of four elected officials, the current past president of the association, the elected President of NJPTOA, and up to three Directors appointed by the president of the association.

President – David Benn

David has been an owner of Impact Reconstruction Consultants since November 2004 and specializes in analyzing and reconstructing motor vehicle crashes. He is an Accredited Crash Reconstructionist by Association of Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstructionists (ACTAR 326), an Academic Specialist with Kean University, NJ, and an Adjunct Instructor for the Institute of Police Technology and Management (IPTM) at the University of North Florida. David is a former Detective Sergeant from the Burlington County Prosecutor's Office and was a Road Sergeant with the Eastampton Township Police Department.

Vice-President – Robert Klingen

Bob is a retired Chief of Police with over twenty-five years of experience focused primarily on traffic safety.  He is presently president of Klingen & Associates, a consulting firm conducting accident investigations and reconstructions in both the criminal and civil domains since 1997. He has been fully accredited as an accident reconstructionist by the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR) since 1993 and has qualified as an expert over 40 times in New Jersey, New York and Federal Court.  He has been a member of NJAAR since its inception.

Secretary – Amy Slufik

Treasurer – Robert Clarke

Robert Clarke has been a member of NJAAR since 2001 (Vice President since 2008). Robert retired as a sergeant from the Atlantic City Police Department in September 2010 after 25 years of service. The last twelve years, he was assigned to the Traffic Unit and supervised the Crash Investigators and Motorcycle Officers, and was the lead investigator for the Atlantic County Fatal Response team. Robert is also a court qualified expert in Accident Reconstruction in the New Jersey Superior Court, Civil Division. Robert is an instructor with the NJ basic and advanced Crash Investigations levels of training. Robert is the owner of Clarke’s A.R.E.A., LLC, which is a reconstruction business with laser mapping, “Black Box” Air Bag Module downloads and analysis, CadZone training and other crash analysis capabilities. Robert is a member of ACTAR (#1299), NAPARS, NATARI and PSFM. Robert is married to Lisa of 21 years and has two children, Brielle (17 yoa) and Victoria (14 yoa) and currently resides in Galloway Township, NJ.

Current past president – Frank Volpicella

Director – Christopher Kelley

Chris has been a law enforcement officer since 1998 when he started his career as a uniformed patrol officer with the Washington Township Police Department in Bergen County. He completed IPTM’s Accident Reconstruction course in 2002, and became a member of the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Fatal Accident Investigation Unit (FAIU) Task Force that same year. Chris was then hired full time by the Prosecutor’s Office in 2011 and has since been promoted to Detective Sergeant and is assigned to the Major Crimes Unit. Chris now supervises the FAIU and continues to serve as the lead reconstructionist for the unit. He has been fully accredited as an accident reconstructionist by the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR) since 2010 and a member of NJAAR since 2008.

Director – George Meinschein

George is a graduate of Stevens Institute of Technology and he maintains professional engineering licenses in the States of New Jersey and Connecticut. He is an ACTAR accredited accident reconstructionist in addition to being an ASE Certified Master Auto and Medium/Heavy Truck Technician. His prior work experiences include employment as a Senior Applications Engineer in the temperature measurement and control industry and an owner/operator of a service station and repair shop. George has been a member of NJAAR since 2002.