This course is designed to meet the levels of mastery established by the National Fire Academy, NFPA 1021 and NFPA 1033. These standards are agreed upon by professionals across the fire service community as the foundational benchmarks that all individuals should know at the completion of this course. This course examines technical, investigative, legal, and managerial approaches to the arson problem, including principles of incendiary fire analysis and detection, environmental and psychological factors of arson, gang-related arson, legal considerations and trial preparations, managing the fire investigation unit, intervention and mitigation strategies, and shaping the future.
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