Putting the Fire Investigation Case Together for Success
Every agency has a protocol who will be involved in the fire investigation, whether it includes law enforcement, fire service, cross trained investigators, company officers, chiefs etc.
When it becomes necessary for your case to go to grand jury, preliminary hearings, criminal or civil trial there will be questions regarding entry, suppression, scene security, and accountability.
What was each person’s role in the investigation, or in some cases, the fire investigator will handle the investigation by themselves from the beginning to completion.
This Virtual Training will focus on the systematic approach, documentation and multiple key items to document the fire scene in your investigation. Each attendee will receive easy fill forms for documentation.
A successful investigator must be prepared to defend attacks on your investigation. The prosecutor must be assured you have thoroughly investigated and documented the scene to meet the legal challenges and recognized best practices.
It is important the prosecutor, plaintiffs or defense counsel and the court believes you did not engage in a preconceived outcome, bias or premature conclusive ideas till the investigation was complete.
Instructor: Steve Riggs
Date: August 19, 2020
Time: 12-1:00 pm Eastern
PLEASE NOTE: Your registration for this webinar will give you access to the live session, as well as 30 days of access to the recorded version of the webinar once the live session has ended.
Group Viewing Encouraged: As few as just one attendee or a training room full; multiple attendees can view the webinar from one single location and each attendee can receive a certificate