We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byBethanie Boone
Modified over 5 years ago
Fire Investigator e-book
Fire Investigators collect and analyze evidence from the scene of a fire.
They use the evidence collected to determine the causes and origins of fires.
They interview witnesses and also testify in court cases involving fires, especially those involving arson.
They prepare reports on fires in cases where the cause may be arson or criminal negligence.
Fire Investigators know the science of fire behavior and how it affects various materials.
They know the procedures used for documenting and preserving the evidence they collect at a scene, including how to use testing equipment.
They use a systematic approach, usually the Scientific Method, to make sure their conclusions match the evidence from the scene.
Fire Investigators use cameras and video equipment to photograph evidence. They also use the internet to communicate with others in their field.
Fire Investigators work both indoors and outdoors, and may be on-call to investigate suspicious fires on evenings and weekends.
Most Fire Investigators have worked as firefighters or police officers to build real-life experience. Some have Associate’s Degrees in Fire Science or Criminal Justice.
The majority of Fire Investigators work for local government agencies (fire and police departments), but a few work for insurance companies, attorneys, or private firms.
Fire investigation pays about $51,000 per year and is expected to see average growth over the next ten years.
Crime Scene Investigator
Psychology of Homicide Unit III Lecture
FORENSIC SEROLOGIST by: Big Willy and Lil’ Birk. Description of Serologist Determination of the type and characteristics of blood, blood testing, bloodstain.
August 12, Crime-scene investigators (police) arrive to find, collect, protect, and transport evidence. (More on this later!)
Criminal Investigations. Investigators should approach the crime scene investigation as if it will be their only opportunity to preserve and recover…
Accident Scene Preservation. Disclaimer This information is for guidance only and does not create additional legal obligation under OSHA regulations.
Crime Scene Investigation Roles 1.0 Describe responsibilities of various personnel involved in crime scene investigations. Examples: police, detectives,
Crime Scene Investigation
OverviewOverview – Preparation – Day in the Life – Earnings – Employment – Career Path Forecast – ResourcesPreparationDay in the LifeEarningsEmploymentCareer.
BY: JONATHAN STEFFEN AND SKYLER HELLER. TAKE MANY PICTURES OF CRIME SCENES DISPLAYING AN ACCURATE VISUAL RECORD OF AN ACCIDENT OR CRIME SCENE. CALLED.
Police Investigator Vlada Aboymova. Table of Contents Slide 3: – What They Do Slide 4: – Similar Jobs Slide 5: – I AM Slide 6: – Skills Needed Slide 7:
Starting a Police Investigation What happens when there is a crime?
BTEC Level 3 Certificate in Applied Science BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Applied Science (Forensic Science) All units are taught in an applied science.
Criminal Justice 2011 Chapter 2: The Crime Scene: Field Notes, Documenting, and Reporting Criminal Investigation The Art and the Science by Michael D.
By: Melissa Robbins OCCUPATIONAL CAREER PROJECT. The general career path I hope to pursue is in the field of forensic science. You may be asking yourself,
Dan Gearhart, Division Chief / Investigator The Arson Investigation Process.
August 2008 SAMSUNG LOSS CONTROL CENTER Samsung Electronics Company 1 FIRE LOSS INVESTIGATION INTRODUCTION SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS.
Careers in Forensic Science Crime Scene Investigator By Allyson Jenkins.
Fire Investigations The purpose of a fire investigation is to determine: What was the origin of the fire? What was the cause of the fire? Was it accidental.
Public Service Education Division Always Prepared
© 2020 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.