UPCOMING EVENTS

MISSION STATEMENT

To unite for mutual  benefit those public officials and private persons engaged in the control of arson and kindred crimes.


To provide for exchange of technical information and developments.


To cooperate with other law enforcement agencies and associations to further fire prevention and the suppression of crime.


To encourage high professional standards of conduct among members and to continually strive to eliminate all factors which interfere with administration of justice.  


ETHICS STATEMENT
I will conduct both my personal and official life so as to inspire the confidence of the public.


I will not use my profession and my position of trust for personal advantage or profit.


I will regard my fellow investigators with the same standards as I hold for myself.


I will never betray a confidence nor otherwise jeopardize their investigation


I will regard it my duty to know my work thoroughly.  It is my further duty to avail myself of every opportunity to learn more about my profession.


I will avoid alliances with those whose goals are inconsistent with an honest and unbiased investigation.


I will make no claim to professional qualifications which I do not possess.


I will share all publicity equally with my fellow investigators whether such publicity if favorable or unfavorable.


I will be loyal to my superiors, to my subordinates, and to the organization I represent.


I will bear in mind always that I am a truth-seeker not a case maker, that it is more important to protect the innocent than to convict the guilty.


Oregon I.A.A.I. - Chapter 31

International Association of Arson Investigators

FI-210 Wildland Fire Investigation

  • Mon, July 25, 2022
  • 8:00 AM
  • Fri, July 29, 2022
  • 5:00 PM
  • Scappoose Fire District

Cost of class is $495.

Contact: Miguel Bautista, 503 543 5026 or  mbautista@srfd.us

There is pre-coursework and safety/investigation equipment requirements. 

The primary purpose of this course is to provide a consistent knowledge and skill base for the wildland fire investigator (INVF). The concepts taught in this course will help a fire investigator perform at an acceptable level on a national basis without regard to geographic boundaries. The course is presented by lectures, electronic presentations, field exercises, and class discussion.

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