Chris Daly is a 22-year police veteran, currently serving as a patrol supervisor in West Chester, PA. Chris is an accredited crash reconstructionist (ACTAR #1863) and a lead investigator for the Chester County Serious Crash Assistance Team.
In addition to his police duties, he has served 29 years as both a career and volunteer firefighter, holding numerous positions, including the rank of Assistant Fire Chief. Chris has a master’s degree in Environmental Health Engineering from Johns Hopkins University. He is a contributing author to numerous fire service professional publications including Fire Apparatus & Emergency Equipment and Fire Engineering magazine.
Chris Daly has also developed an emergency vehicle driver training program “Drive to Survive,” which has been presented to over 22,000 firefighters and police officers at over 520 emergency service agencies across the United States. Additional resources concerning emergency vehicle crash reconstruction and seminar scheduling can be found at his website https://courses.drivetosurvive.org/.