NFA Rolls Out Juvenile Fire-setting Course

August 2005
Fire Chief;Aug2005, Vol. 49 Issue 8, p15
Trade Publication
The article announces that the National Fire Academy, Maryland, has announced a new one-week resident course designed to meet NFPA 1035, Juvenile Firesetting Intervention Professional Standard, part of the Public Fire and Life-Safety Educator 1035 standard. Juvenile Firesetter Intervention Specialist I and II Leadership class dates are October 2-7, 2005; March 12-17, 2006; June 25-30, 2006; and August 20-25, 2006. Two members of a jurisdiction must apply together. Students could be members of law enforcement, arson investigators, mental health professionals, schools, children's hospitals or social services.


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