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Written by a practicing fire professional, Fire Investigation provides the reader with the fundamental knowledge needed to conduct a successful fire investigation. This book walks the firefighter and fire officer through the steps necessary to determine the fire origin and cause, including an emphasis on safety. With clear and concise explanations and illustrative examples, Fire Investigations walks the reader through the logical steps necessary to determine the fire origin and cause – from understanding the roles and responsibilities of the investigator on scene and how the investigator works with other response teams, to information gathering based on clues, interviews and other resources, to the final documentation, conclusion, and report.
Table of Contents
|National Standards for Fire Investigators|
|Role of the First Responder|
|Who is the Investigator|
|Chemistry Science and Methodology|
|Identify Evidence, Collect and Preserve|
|Sources of Ignition|
|Electricity and Fire|
|Patters (Burn and Smoke)|
|Examining the Scene and Finding Origin|
|Fatal Fires and Injuries|
|Documenting the Scene|
|Sources of Information|
|The Expert Witness|
|The Final Report, Testifying in Court and PIO|
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