This best selling book is the leader in arson investigation education. Author John DeHaan uses years of experience as an arson investigator and expert witness to present the basic information of the job of an arson investiagtion and the skills and knowledge required to perform this job on a fire scene.
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Since the first edition of Kirk's Fire Investigation was published in 1969, it has become one of the most widely read and accepted textbooks in the field of fire investigation. Since this book was first written, fire investigation has changed, as has the knowledge essential for investigators to know. There is improved technology to aid both the field investigator and the laboratory scientist, which makes the application of the scientific method and use of the most current information critical to the process. Written by a forensic scientist with extensive experience in all phases of fire and explosion investigation, this book details all the "need-to-know" skills. Topics are presented in a logical order from simple chemistry and physics to scene analysis to complex case analysis. Special topics such as lab analysis, fire deaths, and explosions are also included.Features Include:
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110130604585
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