NJIAAI One-Day Training Course – Identifying and Documenting Fire Protection Systems during Fire/Arson Investigations
The New Jersey Chapter of the International Association of Arson Investigators (NJIAAI) constantly strives to serve our members with the best possible fire investigation training, information, and networking opportunities. This one-day training course will discuss the effective documentation and inspection of fire protections and building systems to assist the fire investigator with their investigation. The systematic documentation of fire protection systems is a critical task as part of any fire scene. Tampering with, or disabling, fire protection equipment is commonly associated with intentionally set fires. Often times to ensure greater damage or property destruction it is often necessary to impair fire protection systems which would otherwise transmit an early alarm or actively begin suppressing the fire. Offenses such as insurance and business fraud, crime concealment, and arson are aided by investigations which do not consider or explore the condition and operating status of fire protection and building systems. Fire investigators need to not only identify the origin and cause of the fire but, also whether tampering or other violations of administrative codes and regulations caused or contributed to the extent of damage or death/injury to occupants or emergency responders.
The course fee is $50.00 for NJIAAI Members and $100 for Non-Members
also includes a light breakfast and lunch.
*Class size is limited to 150 attendees
*Payments must be received no later than the end of business on Monday, April 24, 2023 and students may pay by PayPal/Credit Card and Purchase Order only. FOR FURTHER DETAILS PLEASE SEE THE “REGISTRATION/PAYMENT OPTIONS” TAB.
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