Police EVOC Training

Motor pool costs are the 2nd largest expense for police departments. Dramatically decrease motor pool expenses, collisions and injuries with On Q Police EVOC training. On Q provides training for your entire police fleet!

On Q EVOC provides online training to reinforce critical police driving skills at a fraction of the cost of traditional simulation and on-road driver training.

Immediate return on investment with OnQ Police EVOC driving safety training – expect $100 saved for every $10 spent on training

  • 27% + reduction in workers comp payouts
  • 25% + improvement on training performance
  • 67% + reduction in critical errors

“On Q EVOC teaches our officers to think about EVO principles and decision making skills perhaps forgotten or not thought of before.  We plan to make On Q EVOC an ongoing part of our driver training program.

Sheriff R. Scott
Dekalb County, IL

  • Keeps your entire police fleet safer on the road
  • Decreases injuries and costs resulting from collisions
  • Reduces both your workers comp and general liability insurance costs
  • Counts toward continuing education credits in most states
  • Supplements and/or replaces more expensive live individual and group training
  • Replenishes perishable technical driving skills
  • Requires decision making designed to change driving behavior (not a video lecture)
  • Can be implemented today with no software or system integration
  • Delivered one-on-one online in six, 30-minute modules
  • IADLEST Nationally Certified Training and “2015 Training Innovation Award”


Officer training when you want, where you want

  • Self-paced, accessible 24/7
  • No downloads—cloud-based courses
  • Completion certificate provided
  • Refresh perishable skills
  • Pricing based on drivers to be trained – $75 +/- – contact us for a specific quote

On Q EVOC consists of six core lessons that take 25-30 minutes to complete and feature highly-focused practice scenarios proven to reinforce knowledge, hazard awareness and psychomotor skills for safer driving under the stresses of lights and sirens.


Certification: Meets or exceeds NHTSA, IACP, IADLEST, ALERT and other standards.  IADLEST National Certification for online EVO Course.
OnQ was formally Applied Simulation Technologies (“AST”)

On Q EVOC Police Course Description

Intersection Approach

  • Identify the primary goals of the Approach stage of intersection navigation
  • Label highway travel lanes with corresponding reference numbers
  • List the intersection approach tasks in sequence and link them to appropriate distances
  • Select appropriate methods for maximizing vehicle control when approaching intersections
  • Recognize the risks associated with improper intersection negotiation


Intersection Assessment

  • Describe how the assessment stage and the approach stage work together in intersection analysis
  • Identify all the hazards and potential hazards in a given scenario
  • Categorize the hazards as potential or immediate and prioritize them according to their level of danger
  • Recognize the risks associate with each hazard


Clearing the Intersection: Basics

  • List basic steps for clearing an intersection
  • Select appropriate methods for clearing an intersection
  • Recognize the risks associated with improper intersection clearing


Clearing the Intersection: Advanced Skills

  • Recognize the additional hazards associated with clearing a congested intersection
  • Recognize the importance of slowing down and giving you additional time to recognize and respond to these hazards
  • List the steps for safely clearing a congested intersection
  • Know the methods for clearing an intersection when your lanes are blocked
  • Identify the most common mistakes made when clearing a congested intersection


Intersection Departure & Course Summary

  • List the steps for safely departing an intersection
  • Recognizing the common hazards you might encounter during the departure stage
  • Recall all steps and key concepts in the EVO Intersection Analysis process


Attention and Distraction

  • Recognize negative effects of looking away from the road for more than two seconds
  • Practice strategies for eliminating controllable, internal distractions
  • Making necessary adjustments for minimizing outside distractions

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