NFA Juvenile Fire Setter Intervention Specialist I : 12 Hours
This class provides the skills and tools necessary to become a Juvenile Fire Setter Intervention Specialist I and covers primary prevention, identification and intake, and who sets fires and why. Students learn to conduct an interview with a fire setter and their family using prepared forms and guidelines and will learn to determine the need for referral for counseling and/or educational intervention strategies. This class is best suited to those professionals from the fire service, law enforcement, and mental health fields who interact with children who are involved in fire setting and/or arson behavior and their families.
This course is part of the following Programs
- nfa-direct delivery
There are no prerequisites to taking this course
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