Authored by two of the United States' most experienced fire scientists, this book illustrates a totally new systematic approach for reconstructing fire scenes. The approach applies the principles of fire protection engineering along with forensic and behavioral science and uses actual fire cases to illustrate the concepts presented within the book. These examples shed a new insight into the forensic science, fire engineering, and human factor issues. Intended for use by fire and law enforcement investigators, prosecutors, and fire protection professionals, features include: Real world examples that are uniformly illustrated, using the guidelines from NFPA 921-Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations. Self-study questions that help demonstrate and reinforce the principles discussed in each chapter. A apaint by numbersa approach to interpreting fire scenes to determine the origin of the fire. An entire chapter devoted to exploring the new technologies that are helping to improve fire investigation now and into the future.Authored by two of the United Statesa#39; most experienced fire scientists, this book illustrates a totally new systematic approach for reconstructing fire scenes.
|Title||:||Forensic Fire Scene Reconstruction|
|Author||:||David J. Icove, John David DeHaan|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2004|