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Arson and Juveniles Responding to the Violence: Special Report

Cost: Free
Subject(s): Arson, High-Risk Populations, Public Fire Education 
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Description: The purpose of this report is to document the problem of older children who set fires resulting in serious or potentially serious consequences. 
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Arson Prevention - For America's Churches and Synagogues

Cost: Free
Subject(s): Arson, Fire Prevention & Planning/Code Enforcement 
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Description: This is a tri-fold handout explaining external security, internal security and community awareness and cooperation. 
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Arson Prosecution Issues

Cost: Free
Subject(s): Arson 
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Description: This overview is especially beneficial to arson investigators, prosecutors, law enforcement personnel, and judges. 
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Arson Resource Directory

Cost: Free
Subject(s): Arson 
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Description: Provides a broad spectrum of resources related to arson prevention and control in the public and private sectors. Included are expert opinions, organizations, programs, and written materials that serve as a technical information base. 
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Arson Victims

Cost: Free
Subject(s): Arson 
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Description: This booklet is about the arson victim. It is addressed to those law enforcement and fire officials who are frequently in contact with the arson victim, but who may not fully recognize the potential implications of that contact for the victim. 
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Attacking the Violent Crime of Arson: A Report on America's Fire Investigation Units

Cost: Free
Subject(s): Arson 
Media:  
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Description: This report compiles the best practices and common problems of fire protection and criminal justice agencies in identifying, investigating, prosecuting, and preventing arson. Trends, current challenges, and best practices are discussed. 
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Basic Tools and Resources for Fire Investigators

Cost: Free
Subject(s): Arson 
Media:  
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Description: Basic information about the tools and techniques of fire investigation associated with determining and verifying the origin and cause of fire. 
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Board Up Procedures

Cost: Free
Subject(s): Arson, Fire Prevention & Planning/Code Enforcement 
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Description: Stop the use of empty buildings as targets for arsonists, as crack houses, as hang outs for gangs, as garbage dumps, and as temporary shelters for the homeless. 
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Civil Disturbances (St. Petersburg, FL - October/November 1996)

Cost: Free
Subject(s): Arson, Communications, Fire Prevention & Planning/Code Enforcement, Incident Management 
Media: Technical Report Series 
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Description: This report is intended to provide information regarding the civil disturbances that took place in St. Petersburg, Florida, on the nights of October 24-25 and November 13-14, 1996 and detail how the City's fire and rescue services handled the crises. 
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Danvers Butchery Meat Market and Cold Storage (Danvers, MA - August 2002)

Cost: Free
Subject(s): Arson, Operations & Tactics 
Media: Technical Report Series 
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Description: This report details suppression efforts to control an arson fire at a 100 year old structure. Suppression crews prevented flames from entering connected parts of the complex, but smoke and water damage was significant. Although the structural loss was high, the aggressive attack by the Danvers Fire Department saved a large volume of inventory as well as a large percentage of the equipment and fixtures within the building. 
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