FV3004 Fire Investigation - The University of Central Lancashire
Typically, the court will appoint one fire investigator as an expert witness to investigate an incident and provide a report, as opposed to one fire investigator for each party (claimant and defendant).
Discuss, with evidence and examples, the positive and negative aspects of this method.
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Learning outcome 1: Demonstrate the investigation methods for determining causes of fire and fire dynamics and the ability to apply these methods
Learning outcome 2: Identify and interpret char and burn patterns recognising the physical characteristics of arson fires and critically assess the evidence recovered and wanted by different agencies
Learning outcome 3: Demonstrate fire investigation processes including the important roles and evidence associated with different fire safety agencies and personnel participating in fire investigation
Learning outcome 4: Structure and present a valid scientific fact based fire investigation and critique a range of fire investigation reports from minor to major incidents.
Attachment:- Fire Investigation.rar