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405 Sunset Drive | Lodi, WI 53555
Learn from a Traffic Safety Professional
Serving Dane, Dodge, Columbia & Sauk Counties
Kyle Kearney, Owner
Classroom & Behind-the-Wheel Instructor
Kyle Kearney is the Owner of Scenic Valley Driving School. As a Deputy Sheriff and Police Officer for 25 years the investigation of automobile crashes involving property damage, injury and loss of life were among his primary duties. Those experiences had a profound impact on him and led to the opening of Scenic Valley Driving School in 1999. Kyle's experience includes assignments as a Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer, Patrol Sergeant, SWAT Team Member and Training Instructor. He has participated in Boat, Snowmobile and Bicycle Patrol as well as special event security and crowd control.
Kyle has received a significant amount of specialized training in, among other topics, traffic law, traffic crash investigation, OWI detection and enforcement, drug interdiction, basic & advanced SWAT, pursuit intervention technique, professional communications, employee performance evaluation and the trauma of law enforcement death. He was certified as an Instructor in Occupant Protection, a course designed to educate Police Officers about vehicle crash dynamics and how seat belts, child restraints and air bags work to reduce the likelihood of injuries and deaths in car crashes. He was also certified as a Police Cyclist by the International Police Mountain Bike Association and has received advanced, high-speed driver training at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.
Kyle has worked as a Call Staff Instructor in the Wisconsin Technical College System and began working as a Driving Instructor in 1996. He has worked with elementary students while teaching drug and alcohol prevention classes and with adults while teaching a variety of law enforcement training courses. He has provided testimony in numerous Courts of Law, including Expert Witness Testimony in a case involving a bicyclist who was killed after being struck by a motor vehicle. The driver in that case was convicted of Homicide by the Negligent Use of a Motor Vehicle.
Kyle has three daughters and a son. In his free time he enjoys spending time with family, reading, landscaping and sports of all types. He has been a volunter coach for youth basketball, baseball and football and has officiated baseball and basketball games from the youth to high school levels.