Dan Rottmueller elected to the IAAI Board of Directors
Dan Rottmueller Elected to the IAAI Board of Directors! FEC Fire Investigator
Mark Sargent joins FEC!
Mark Sargent, of Motor Vehicle Forensic Services, joins FEC!!! For over 25
Chris VanVleet Elected to IAAI Executive Board
FEC's Chris VanVleet is elected 2nd VP of the IAAI! FEC Fire
2 FEC Investigators Win IAAI Investigator of the Year Award!
Bennett and Schockman Named IAAI Fire Investigators of the Year! FEC Investigators
The Truth is Within the Ashes!
The Truth is Within the Ashes! Warren County, OH – On June
FEC adds two more to Investigation Team!
Rick and Seth join the FEC Family! Dayton, OH - Rick Summerfield
IAAI-Evidence Collection Technician Practicum at FEC!
FEC will host a certification practicum for the IAAI-ECT certification in November 2018.
If you are interested in obtaining your IAAI-ECT certification, please visit www.firearson.com.
To become an IAAI-ECT, the applicant must meet the following requirements within the five years preceding the application:
- Have a minimum of 18 months of general experience in a fire investigation related industry
- Have collected 12 items of forensic evidence (must be supported with documentation)
- Complete a minimum of 29 hours of tested training, including the following mandatory classes from CFITrainer.Net®:
- DNA (3 hours)
- Documenting the Event (4 hours)
- Ethics and the Fire Investigator (3 hours)
- Evidence Examination: What Happens at the Lab? (4 hours)
- Introduction to Evidence (4 hours)
- NFPA 1033 and Your Career (2 hours)
- Physical Evidence at the Fire Scene (4 hours)
- The Practical Application of the Relationship Between NFPA 1033 and NFPA 921 (2 hours)
- The Scientific Method for Fire and Explosion Investigation (3 hours)
- Pass all critical elements and achieve a minimum score of 70% on each of the 10 components of a practical exam. Practical examinations are scheduled periodically throughout the year and will be listed on the training page.